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Old 12-19-2013, 04:07 AM   #1
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Best route out of Vegas to I10

Heading East to Phoenix hauling the toad for the first time. Ultimately heading to the S&B for a pit stop.
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Personally, I use Hy95

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If you really gotta use the I10 then the 95 either CA or AZ side will get you there. Personally I would take Hwy 93 straight east over the new bridge at Boulder City to Kingman. From there take I40 to the Hwy 93 exit. Take 93 to Hwy 60 to the 303 down to I10. All good roads and a direct route. CA hwy95 from Needles to Blyth is really crappy road, AZ 95 you go thru Lake Havasu City which is about 15 miles of lites and traffic. I personally don't mind LHC traffic but many people complain about it and I will never drive CA 95 again.
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If you really gotta use the I10 then the 95 either CA or AZ side will get you there. Personally I would take Hwy 93 straight east over the new bridge at Boulder City to Kingman. From there take I40 to the Hwy 93 exit. Take 93 to Hwy 60 to the 303 down to I10. All good roads and a direct route. .......Glenn
That's the only good way as far as I'm concerned. Have made the Las Vegas to Phoenix portion of the trip from here well over a hundred times while stationed and living in an RV in Phoenix and maintaining our house here until I retired. During that time frame when we'd visit in Texas, we'd drop down on go east on I-10. At one time or another, just for a change in the scenery, we have used the other routes on the the return trip to Las Vegas.
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I 100% agree with Glenn & Mustang
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I10 Baby! Sorry I must still have some of that vegas mojo loose. Thanks all for the sage advice.
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