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Old 08-11-2014, 03:01 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by mark0224 View Post
Sounds like you will be traveling mostly in Southern Ontario guessing rt 401, ...
Originally Posted by mark0224 View Post
Can teach a few swear words in french, as to the roads never had a problem on the 401 which changes to the #2 in Quebec and it will take you right to Montreal, ...
They probably won't be on the 401 coming from the Soo, unless it's just for the stretch from Toronto to the Quebec border. The 401 runs from down here @ Windsor up to Toronto and onwards. More likely they'll be on the Trans-Can the majority of the way.

I don't know of any overpass restrictions on the Trans-Can, but I haven't run on it yet with my trailer, and my trailer is only 11' tall. You shouldn't have any issues with it though as it's designed for big rigs the whole way. Your bigger concern's going to be wildlife. Lots of opportunities to hit a deer, moose, bear, etc... when you're up in that neck of the woods.

Another thing. Fill up right before you cross from Michigan. Fuel prices here (for gas at least) work out to at least $1.00/Gallon more than what you'll see in Michigan. For instance, the current average in ontario as I type this was reported as 1.314/litre (4.57/gallon at the current exchange rate of 1.09.) On Saturday the gas prices in Michigan I saw were around 3.49/gallon.

There's no use crying over spilt milk, unless it's on your keyboard.
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