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Old 08-23-2012, 11:14 AM   #1
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US-17 from Williamsburg, VA to Charleston, SC?

Is US-17 a good road from Willamsburg to Charleston? I really don't want to take boring old I-95. We're in a 37' Diesel Pusher, pulling a Toad.
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We are currently just off of Hwy 17 north of Wilmington and we are fairly familiar with 17 from Jacksonville to South of Wilmington. That part is mostly divided 4 lane. Expect some congestion around Wilmington, the most is just south of Wilmington near the battle ship USS NC. Not horrible. After you exit I140 where it ends, stay in the right lane as 17 exits to the right just past the battle shop.
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How's US-17 from Williamsburg to Wilmington?

RVNYORKIE gives us the lowdown on US-17 from Jacksonville,NC south. How is it from Williamsburg south ?
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I can't answer that one, perhaps someone else can. Sorry
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Traveled from J'Ville to Camp Lejeune last year on 17. Typical US Highway. I'd do it again. Some towns to go thorough but I like going through towns as it wakes my mind up (lol). I was in a 40ft pusher with TOAD. Go for it.
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