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ddepaoli

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I am going to be heading from Mass to Myrtle Beach on Saturday going the 84 to 81 to 66 to 17 to 95 route.
I know that there are still power outage problems in parts of that area.
Am I going to run into any gas stations that do not have power on that route?

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Be realistic, A tank of fuel should last you at least 300 to 400 miles, and during that time you will find dozens of fuel stops that are in operation. So fill up, and put your worries behind yo.


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ddepaoli wrote:

I am going to be heading from Mass to Myrtle Beach on Saturday going the 84 to 81 to 66 to 17 to 95 route.
I know that there are still power outage problems in parts of that area.
Am I going to run into any gas stations that do not have power on that route?


Just got back from MB yesterday.....you won't even know a storm went thru there on your route..we came back that way ...enjoy...Chuck


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mpfireman wrote:

Be realistic, A tank of fuel should last you at least 300 to 400 miles, and during that time you will find dozens of fuel stops that are in operation. So fill up, and put your worries behind yo.


Who are you kidding!! It depends on what you are driving and the mpg you get. We sure don't get close to the distance you quote!!

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No fuel or power problems on I-81 around Carlisle, PA.


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