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To: Wright is right!
Exactly when is the traffic light enough that you can actually exceed the feed limit?

Touche'! One should definitely stay away during high traffic periods (6:00 - 10:00a & 5:00 - 8:00p). But, most other times, it's smooth sailing. I would never, ever, consider taking an RV through the city. There will always bee too many cars in Atlanta for an RV to cruise easily through the city. My advice: drive through at night!

44 posted on 11/24/2003 2:25:31 PM PST by T.Smith
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To: T.Smith
"Touche'! One should definitely stay away during high traffic periods (6:00 - 10:00a & 5:00 - 8:00p). But, most other times, it's smooth sailing. I would never, ever, consider taking an RV through the city. There will always bee too many cars in Atlanta for an RV to cruise easily through the city. My advice: drive through at night!"

Well, I cannot go thru town on I-75 at all, because of the narrow lanes and the fact that it's a cars-only deal. The lanes are only 10 feet wide, and the motorhome is 102 inches wide. That gives me a clearance of only 9 inches on either side. So I have to take the loop, with its standard 12-foot driving lanes. The restriction also puts all heavy trucks on the loop as well, so it's a very unpleasant trip around the city. The last trip to FL (from Nashville) I purposely added a stop in the FL panhandle so I could come back home thru Alabammer. I'll do ANYTHING to avoid Et-Lanta.

Michael

46 posted on 11/24/2003 2:33:41 PM PST by Wright is right! (Never get excited about ANYTHING by the way it looks from behind.)
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