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RE: Driving from North Jersey to Denver and back

Hi guy's. Haven't posted here in a while but now I have a question that maybe some of you guys could answer..... In February I will be driving from North Jersey to Denver, Colorado and back Driving out to Denver I will NOT be Towing anything Driving from the Denver area to North Jersey I will be towing a 5x8 or 6x12 U Haul cargo trailer My truck is a 2016 RAM 2500 6.4L, It's more than capable for the task :) Useing Google Maps I basically have 2 route options, 1 hour difference between the two going out and coming home...... Option #1. I80 all the way to I76 in Nebraska just before the Colorado state line to Denver, Same route going home Option #2. I78 to the PA tpk to I70 all the way to to Denver, Same route going home I'm thinking Option #2 might be better..... any thoughts or opinions on this? I am aware the it's winter and I will have to watch the weather for any storms Thanks in advance Think your choice is the right one - Avoids Chicago - Tolls - Will still have a good bit of truck traffic - We have used RT 36 often as the road is good and traffic is less - For pure speed IMHO I-70 is your route. Not towing makes it not to bad a drive - done it a few times in two days - 80 mph will cover a lot of ground, out West, in a hurry :)Thisside of the Mississippi you are lucky to Average 60 mph as traffic is just heavy. Weather will be critical - Look for the good window for travel as that would be my only concern. Best of Luck,
Busskipper 01/27/22 07:49am Roads and Routes
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