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Old 07-25-2011, 09:27 PM   #15
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I have not had any problems in our travels going through toll booths. A very tight one was entering the U.S. at Sarnia/Port Huron. I had to maneuver my mirror around a stanchion, and when I exited the booth My mirrors were about 1" from the farther side booth. Tight, but doable.
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The Mass. pike lanes are the worst. Every time we go that way the stress level is almost at the max. The issue is you can't see the signage . So now if we are at one of the major entrances I just slow wwwway down until I can find the "any vehicle " sign.
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Far right lane, whenever possible. Often means there is extra room on the right side, because there isn't another toll booth there.
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