Discussion in 'Experienced Truckers' Advice' started by Mohtrucker, Mar 22, 2023.
WY is fine if the weather (snow or winds) are OK.
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He's going to be in BOTH Colorado and Utah.
Yea I would like to avoid Wyoming all together, although my load coming from Kent might be going to NJ
No reason to go thru WY between Kent and NJ....back across 90
key word "if", that if is like 1% of the time
Here is the best way to describe the winds of WY
And that is an even more beautiful trip across 90 than 80/90 to Seattle.
Drive tanker, wind is just a number.
Here's a scenic route I love to take:
287..40 to Kingman, 93 through Las Vegas then 318..US 6 east toward Ely hookup with 93 again all the way to Idaho and 84.
You're right. I have run an empty tanker across Wyoming several times when they have it posted for no light vehicles. Take it slower than normal and you shouldn't have any issues.