OK, I just returned from our trip to Canada and back to Florida. Let me say this about the roads, they all are terrible! We went up I-77 to I-81, lots of trucks and lots of pot holes in the roads. But, it never got better anywhere we went. we went all the way to Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. The roads in Canada are just as bad as the roads in the U.S.
Coming home we decided to use the US-13 route at the end of the NJ Turnpike. Wow, first of all if you are traveling the NJTP stay in the truck lane as the car lane backs up for ten miles due to the road going from 3 lanes to 2 lanes. Then don't hit US-13 about rush hour. Once you get down US-13 a ways it does move OK, but when you get to Norfolk you are way east of I-95. I don't know, I almost think I would have been better off staying on 95 thru the megalopolis of Baltimore and DC but probably 6 of one half a dozen of the other. The roads suck in the north due to the weather beating and the lack of maintenance. Go the way you want, tighten your seat belt and enjoy your self.
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