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RE: Midwest to GA - avoid steep grades?

Kansas City -> St Louis, MO via I-70 St Louis, MO -> Mt Vernon, IL via I-64 Mt Vernon, IL -> Nashville, TN via I-24 Nashville, TN -> Birmingham, AL via I-65 Birmingham, AL -> Atlanta, GA via I-20 Atlanta, GA -> Savannah, GA via I-75/16 any thoughts you may have would be appreciated! Thanks in advance. With the exception of starting from Chicago (taking I-57 to Mt. Vernon), we just completed this trip. No mountains to speak of and very good roads once you're out of IL. There also was minimal construction along the way. We went thru Atlanta on a Sunday afternoon and traffic was minimal. Not sure why people are telling you about mountains around Chattanooga.
Romer1 10/30/14 09:01am Roads and Routes
RE: Ford Edge, Honda CRV or Jeep Cherokee, which to tow?

I do not believe the new Jeep Cherokee (Fiat!) is 4 down towable in any configuration It is if you get Active Drive II. As long as it has transfer case with Neutral, you can tow it.
Romer1 10/27/14 11:13am Dinghy Towing
RE: Complaint about a dealer

Where do you live? PM me.
Romer1 10/24/14 07:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Complaint about a dealer

Have you tried contacting oldusedbear? Roger (aka Old Used Bear)'s e-mail. He IS, repeat IS the guru on auto park and a great guy to work with. oldusedbear@gmail.com Roger probably knows more about Autopark than anybody else. Contact him before tossing any more money at this.
Romer1 10/24/14 07:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Walmart Straight Talk Phone Plan

Also depends on whether it's GSM or CDMA. I think the CDMA uses Verizon and GSM AT&T
Romer1 09/25/14 11:51am Technology Corner
RE: Walmart Straight Talk Phone Plan

Did you look here? Straight Talk I think Straight Talk work the same as TracFone for carrier, depends on location and phone
Romer1 09/25/14 05:59am Technology Corner
RE: HELP! Insurance expiring Oct 1st

Just got our Progressive renewal today.$250,0000 coverage, $500 deduct, Actual cash Value on 2000 Suncruiser is $416. Been with them since 2008 and premium keeps dropping. Of course we also have auto, home and umbrella with them, which does make a difference. We just bought the Suncruiser in June to replace a 94 Adventurer and premium still dropped.
Romer1 09/24/14 07:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: Birmingham to savannah - best route around Atlanta

Was thinking along lines of Walmart, don't need any hookups, and will probably be time to give them some of our money:)
Romer1 09/24/14 04:29pm Roads and Routes
RE: Birmingham to savannah - best route around Atlanta

Thanks all. Will probably go I20 - I75 - to I16. Planning on overnighting around Locust Grove or Forsyth.
Romer1 09/24/14 07:26am Roads and Routes
RE: Birmingham to savannah - best route around Atlanta

Before you come into Atlanta get off I-20 at Thornton Rd./Camp Creek Parkway. Go right (south). This will take you to the Southern end of I-285. Then take I-285 around to I-75 South. Thanks, will look at that. Is it shorter/less traffic?
Romer1 09/22/14 07:23pm Roads and Routes
RE: Birmingham to savannah - best route around Atlanta

You know that GA-407 is I-285 right? And yes I-75 and I-85 will be running together where I-20 joins. 5 miles south I-85 splits off to the right, Left lanes go south on I-75. Get fuel in Macon, I-16 doesn't have a lot of choices. Dublin and Metter have the best choices of food and fuel in the middle. Thought they were the same, but my maps showed it as 407. Planning on overnighting around Locust Grove/Forsyth before going on to Savannah. Thanks for info.
Romer1 09/22/14 07:23pm Roads and Routes
RE: Birmingham to savannah - best route around Atlanta

I prefer taking the route through the black hills to avoid Atlanta :) Sorry, good luck (but I'm not kidding) What black hills???
Romer1 09/22/14 03:50pm Roads and Routes
RE: Birmingham to savannah - best route around Atlanta

That's also 85 correct, right thru the center of Atlanta? How would traffic be around 5PM?
Romer1 09/22/14 12:21pm Roads and Routes
RE: Good places for Overnight btw Milford and New London CT?

Mohegan Sun Casino about 15 minutes off 95 on 395????? Free parking with roaming security.
Romer1 09/22/14 12:16pm Roads and Routes
Birmingham to savannah - best route around Atlanta

Will be going to Savannah 10/5 and looking for way to avoid central Atlanta. Was thinking 285 to 407 to 75. Any suggestions?
Romer1 09/22/14 12:02pm Roads and Routes
RE: Now why cant Winnebago make a motorhome like this - in a 25'

The 26 foot Winnebago is 26' 11". True, but the 1996 Storm the OP mentioned is 25'6". Don't think there's a MH available that is exact on length.
Romer1 09/07/14 02:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Now why cant Winnebago make a motorhome like this - in a 25'

How about 26' 26 foot Winnebago
Romer1 09/07/14 11:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Skidaway Island Labor Day Weekend

How are the bugs early October?? Going to be there Oct 6 - 11.
Romer1 09/04/14 11:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: gas price ripoff

We have 2 Shell stations on same intersection. NW corner is $3.63, SE corner is $3.44. Amazingly, people still go to NW corner.
Romer1 09/04/14 05:55am General RVing Issues
RE: Manufactures & Subsidiaries.

There's also Sunnybrook Raven FW Sunnybrook
Romer1 09/02/14 05:49am General RVing Issues
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