Class A motorhome with toad as I calculate is $29.00 Anyone
have anything different or had any problems traveling the
bridge and tunnel in a motorhome. I know they have some
propane restrictions, but we can deal with that. Any advice
appreciated--thanks in advance!
No problems, 13' 6" max height and propane off. Call ahead on a real windy day as they may have restrictions and not alow high profile vehicles to cross. If so, north side has a large parking area to wait it out. South side has local CG's in Virginia Beach. Enjoy the view.
Toll lanes are quite narrow. We made it through with about 1" clearance on each mirror, but it did go through. If you have a choice, use the far right lane in each direction, as these are wider. That lane on the above trip was closed. Otherwise a fine trip.
One additional note on the Delmarva towns. Lots of speed limit drops when going through the small towns on the peninsula. Just slow down or your overall toll may be higher than you planned.
Pigman & Piglady
2013 Tiffin Allegro Bus 43' QGP
2011 Chevy Silverado 1500
BlueOx Aventa LX Tow Bar
SMI Air Force One toad brake
Street Atlas USA Plus
No problem with size of rig but hubby almost passed out behind the wheel because of the strobe effect created inside the tunnels. They can be a bit unnerving because you've got oncoming traffic fairly close with no barrier.
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RV-less for now but our spirits are still on the open road. And missing it more every day!
The pull-off at the pier (midway point) is not set-up for large vehicles, if parking lot is full, u're not able to turn around. We had to get Law Enforcement to block traffic for us to get out. Also, note, unless changed in last year, no signs advising not to enter area with large vehicles.