Discussion in 'Experienced Truckers' Advice' started by Canadianhauler21, May 25, 2021.
Ouray, CO to Silverton. Beautiful drive in a car but not so enjoyable in a semi.
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That's 'The Million Dollar Highway'. I think it's because that's what it will cost you if you run it too fast.
The state game lands i hunt on is nick named that. Rumor was a surveyor did it wrong where I-81 was supposed to go and the screw up costed that much
Off topic yeah i know Lol
I-35 between Dallas and San Antonio
270 miles of dense urban traffic
I-75 north of Toledo. I don't know if they've fixed it but a couple of years ago driving that road felt like riding a mechanical bull.
I-78 in jersey. Always packed to the brim. I'll run 80 to nj 31 instead and grab a few dirty water dogs from Johnny's hotdogs if it's not packed
I hear you. But I grew up shortly off that interstate and now live half the country away. On the infrequent occasions I get to travel that road, it’s a trip down memory lane. Takes the bite off it.
Any roads east of the Mississippi River
The Beltway around DC is a ball-breaker for me. I always try to go through DC after 11pm. During the day it's like a death race.
I-5 from Redding to Eugene. Just takes forever especially if you're heavy. Same with I-80 between Sacramento and Reno and I-70 west of Denver.