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Old 02-15-2014, 07:10 PM   #1
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Looking for advise on where not to travel low bridges tunnels don't go there ect I have been jammed up before. seems always a surprise comes up. Will be leaving Arkansas I have checked maps ect don't see to much but I have found its better to ask than not ask thanks for any advise!
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I would go I-10 to Jacksonville Fl. and follow to I-95 south to Daytona., pretty straight shot. I have tried Orlando then to Daytona, too much turning. JMHO enjoy your stay.
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looking for advise on where not to travel low bridges tunnels don't go there ect i have been jammed up before. Seems always a surprise comes up. Will be leaving arkansas i have checked maps ect don't see to much but i have found its better to ask than not ask thanks for any advise!
all of fla is clear-i do not know of any low bridges or overpasses in fla-on the main routes- ps- we have a rand mcnally gps that tells us where the low bridges & overpasses are-it chased us off some routes in new york last fall
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all of fla is clear-i do not know of any low bridges or overpasses in fla-on the main routes- ps- we have a rand mcnally gps that tells us where the low bridges & overpasses are-it chased us off some routes in new york last fall
I have a McNally as well but like I say can't have to much info thanks for all the input also might need some beads. Lol
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You should not have any problems on Interstate roads. Last timeI traveled I-10 it shook the daylights out of my MH. I would do I-20 to Birmingham then Atlanta then I-17 to Macon then I-16 to Savannah then I-95 to Daytona. Unless you have a greater desire to travel the Gulf coast route on I-10. Just my 2 cents.
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We traveled I-10 as far west as San Antonio and as far east as Jacksonville towing our 5th wheel this year and the road is just fine.
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We traveled I-10 as far west as San Antonio and as far east as Jacksonville towing our 5th wheel this year and the road is just fine.
...and no low bridges.
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