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Old 12-01-2015, 01:48 PM   #1
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Trip down south

We are planning to go from Vancouver ,bc to Arizona,down Yuma way.Can anyone suggest a safe way to travel in January. And a good place to stay once we arrive in Yuma.

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Old 12-01-2015, 05:58 PM   #2
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The first thing my phone shows is dropping down through California and staying along the coast the whole way. That would certainly be a route that would be more clear as far as snow is concerned. The downside to California is trying to stay at their 55 mph speed limit (heavily enforced, from what I've read. Gotta get that revenue, er, keep people safe) and it seems the fuel is about $1 more per gallon than its neighboring states. We just took I-15 through Utah last weekend to get to AZ and ran into some weather. This in itself wasn't terrible, (however growing up in Utah I can tell you that the roads get pretty bad in the winter) but the fiver, truck, and Jeep are completely covered in that nasty salt Utah uses on their roads.

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