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Not sure how much of the coast you would really get to see, you really want to avoid interstate I-95 from say Richmond VA to Boston, you could get lucky but most of the time you will hit accidents, construction delays and just plain old traffic in the major east cost cities. I would recommend the inland route and when you get north camp away from the cities and make a day trip if there is something you really want to see. We have traveled a good part of the country over the years and the worst driving by far is always New England never fails. Anyway good luck and have a safe trip


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