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Old 01-26-2020, 05:25 PM   #113
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Never, ever drive through Salt Lake City via I-15. Just don't do it.
What about at 8am on a Sunday morning?

I donít have a choice, I have to travel through SLC heading north in March, so trying to time it for a Sunday morning.
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Two-million miles of accident-free commercial driving, including tour motorcoach (bus), go where you need / want to go. Drive according to how you feel safe. Don't hurry and don't let fellow drivers hurry you. YOU know YOUR machine and YOU. Don't detour and perhaps miss the time or place of your life out of anxiety. Enjoy SAFELY!
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cities to avoid

We live in Massachusetts and try not to go into Boston even in a car. The 93/128 belt around stinks also.

Go outside to the 495 loop, much quieter and gets to the same places.

Driven through all the cities mentioned in the answers. YUP, they all suck !!
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Driven through all the cities mentioned in the answers. YUP, they all suck !!
Pretty much.
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Old 01-26-2020, 11:37 PM   #117
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We drove through SLC mid morning, don't remember which day but I think it was a weekday. Traffic ranged from light to quite heavy, but it flowed reasonably well. As with heavy traffic anywhere, you have to be on your toes and looking ahead so you can anticipate problems and lane changes.

I suggest GuyG has it right. If you're confident in your driving abilities, press on, whenever and wherever. If you're not confident, avoid it. Simple as that.
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Montreal and the province of Quebec. I fill up before entering and run through the province without stopping. Easier that way. The elevated hiway in the city is narrow and crazy. The city itself is interesting to visit but I hate driving through it.

The Orlando corridor can be nothing more than a parking lot. Lol.

The New York Washington bridge route, even on a Sunday afternoon it is jammed solid.
I don't mind traffic but there are times.
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