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Old 10-17-2011, 02:41 PM   #1
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TN Route 411

I'm thinking about taking TN-411 from Sevierville, TN south to where it adjoins I-75. Do I need to be concerned with a 43-foot MH and TOAD?

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People do it all the time, but I would not. Your most difficult drive will be between Sevierville and Maryville. That section is sorta narrow with a lot of curves, but it's not bad. After that it's an easy drive through the small towns. Watch the speed limits around Benton Tennessee.

But why? Unless you have a stop in mind I would probably just hit the interstate out of Sevierville and stay on it. It will not save much time on 411 and my choice is cruise control on the interstate, especially with that kind of rig.
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Thanks for the feedback. I was considering 441 over I-75 just for scenery and a better view of the local towns.
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We just made that drive last week. The driver will not see much except the road. The road is very narrow and curvacious in many places. But the drive is pretty and the colors were good last week and should be better now.

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