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Old 02-25-2016, 01:09 PM   #1
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How is rt17 from 81 to 95
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Old 02-25-2016, 01:25 PM   #2
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I assume you are heading south on 81? If so take I-66 to Marshall, then 17/15 south past Warrenton to Opal then 17 to Fredericksburg. It is 4 lanes and traffic isn't an issue until you get close to Fredericksburg.
You could also take I-66 to Gainesville then Rt. 234 to Dumfries then I-95 south. Both are routes I've towed on many times. Both are good for towing and both are worse during rush hour.
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Need a little more info. Are you talking US-17/I-81 at Binghamton to I-95 in NYC area?
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Old 02-25-2016, 02:19 PM   #4
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Looking at others ways to stay away from beltway rt 270 / 495 guess it comes down to time of day.
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Looking at others ways to stay away from beltway rt 270 / 495 guess it comes down to time of day.
Hey, rush hour in Fredericksburg t'ain't nuttin' compared to the beltway. Don't hesitate a minute to use US 17S to I-95. I do it every time I go north.
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Need a little more info. Are you talking US-17/I-81 at Binghamton to I-95 in NYC area?
LOL! I never thought he might be up there. And I just went thataway last fall.
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Old 02-25-2016, 07:35 PM   #7
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Think I like the 66 retro 234 is that all highway 234 looks like around 30 miles thanks. I do live up here by the other 17 NY
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Just came home 17 was nice. Came home up 26 to 77 and 81 I liked 95 to 17 much better
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