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Old 10-16-2012, 07:04 PM
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I drive a lot, most are long distance
in July & August, i drove from San Diego to El Paso & Midland, then i turned North up to Lubbock & Amarillo & caught the I-40 & I-44, up to the I-70, I-71, I-90 into Buffalo & Canada

on the return trip, i took the I-40, I-30, I-20, & I-10, i didn't post all the routes, because i was down in Connecticut too

I carry a First Aid Kit, Flashlight, & plenty of liquid on ice, as well as a few tools
i also carry road flares & safety triangles, but i didn't have to buy them, the job that i do, requires them
i usually do a Oil change, filters, & check my tires before each longer trip,

i try not to buy gas in New York, silly taxes raise the prices, way UP

Have a good trip
El Paso to Texarkana can be done in one day, if you are starting out fresh
new 80 MPH speed limits in some parts of Texas, soon to raise to 85 MPH in some areas
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