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Old 07-28-2008, 08:43 PM   #1
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Anyone driven CA 1 between Cambria and Monterey with a motor home and tow car? The posted length limit is 45 feet, and I will right at that limit. Is driving that road advisable or should I stick to boring (and hot) 101?

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Anyone driven CA 1 between Cambria and Monterey with a motor home and tow car? The posted length limit is 45 feet, and I will right at that limit. Is driving that road advisable or should I stick to boring (and hot) 101?

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Old 07-29-2008, 04:01 AM   #3
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Go for it Steve, I have driven it several times in both directions. Its a nice drive, lots of curves, not a road to try and make time on. Relax enjoy the ride.

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I've driven it many times, over the years, and it's a blast. On a motorcycle. I wouldn't take my 35' MH on it, Not towing. I saw a motorcyclist get killed because he took a curve too fast. If you are going to do it, take it South to North. That way you will be on the inside. But I'm old.
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I have done it recently in both directions. It is not as challenging as you may think. Stay within your driving capabilities and take your time. The hardest part is not being distracted by the scenery.......

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