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Old 07-09-2010, 09:02 PM   #1
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Question Rest areas that don't allow trucks

I see in a rest area POI waypoint file that some rest areas don't allow trucks (marked NT). Are these areas large enough for a pick up towing a travel trailer?

I haven't come across any rest areas in my travels in the US that didn't allow trucks.
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I see in a rest area POI waypoint file that some rest areas don't allow trucks (marked NT). Are these areas large enough for a pick up towing a travel trailer?

I haven't come across any rest areas in my travels in the US that didn't allow trucks.
Wow, thats a new one on me. Which states? I have never seen this in the western states.
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NC, OH, CO, CT, IA, TN, VA,

I think they may be small as I checked the waypoints & the 1 listed in OH is small on US #24 east of Ft. Wayne, IN.
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I think they may be small as I checked the waypoints & the 1 listed in OH is small on US #24 east of Ft. Wayne, IN.
I think your right. Probably just pullouts more than large rest areas. We have a few of them here in this state that are only about big enough for 5 or 6 cars and are just a pull out. Most of them have been dropping by the wayside (no pun intended).
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