Don't mean to dampen anyone's spirits. We're just speaking from our experience and it sounds like the conditions are still much the same. We got a couple of rock chips, but didn't crack the windshield; however, we had multiple rock chips and dents on the front of our pickup and trailer AND we blew a tire twice on the trailer -- one which tore out the fiberglass skirt. We had a spare the first time and the second time the tire had to be replaced. We stopped at a gas station and were given two options: wait for one to be delivered (flown in, as he didn't stock anything but heavy equipment tires) or go to the back of the building and pick out one from the huge pile of tires for a mere $75! Mind you, this was back in 1989/1992! Also, be prepared to spend $$ for food, snacks, etc. Plenty of logging trucks, too, that won't give you an inch and they are in high gear! We saw several rigs with screens and even plexi-glass attached to the fronts of their rigs. Completely understandable!
2014 Forester 3051S
2013 Ford Focus