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Old 12-04-2011, 06:53 PM   #1
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I 95 Florida to Maine

Any tips for traveling I95 from Florida to Maine this summer? Anyone use EZ Pass with their motor home? Any tunnel issues?
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Old 12-04-2011, 07:40 PM   #2
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Hello Gil

Have traveled I-95 both ways from PA to FL for several years now with a 5er & class A.
Actually packing now & leaving next Fri for Sarasota.
I’ve been a long time user of Easy Pass. Just wish they accepted it in Fl.
You’re supposed to get a special easy pass for your motorhome. It takes into account your class of vehicle & of course you’re charge accordingly.

You are not allowed through the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel with anything more than those 1 pound propane bottles used for lanterns.
Doesn’t matter if you turn off your tanks. Just not allowed. I-695 is your alternate.

We leapfrog from one flying J to the next.
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x2 on the Baltimore Harbor / McHenry Tunnel. The go around, 695 over the Key Bridge, isn't that bad.
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x2 on the Baltimore Harbor / McHenry Tunnel. The go around, 695 over the Key Bridge, isn't that bad.
I-695 east over the Key Bridge is shorter. West bound is more scenic & adds about 20 mins to your trip (off rush hour).
However crossing the bridge in a class A can be a little un-nerving for some folks especially in high winds.
The one time we went that direction when we had the class A the DW went into the back while we crossed.
Rumor has it a class A was sent overboard in high winds a couple years ago.
I canít find any records of it though.
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Thanks for the information. Any suggestions around NYC?
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