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They've taken hundreds to jail for violating the stay at home orders. If I were you I wouldn't chance it. Bypass Delaware and any other state that will confine you for being out and about. Better yet, stay in Florida.




Where is that?
Not here in NJ.
Today I went to the bank, stopped at the post office, stopped at the drug store, and then did some grocery shopping.
If you want to store your RV in NJ call ahead to make sure the place is open.

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I wouldn't go to New York period... The are one of the hardest hit and one of the silliest states with their anti-freedom laws.. They'll arrest you for farting in your own vehicle with the windows open...

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azdryheat wrote:

They've taken hundreds to jail for violating the stay at home orders. If I were you I wouldn't chance it. Bypass Delaware and any other state that will confine you for being out and about. Better yet, stay in Florida.

Who are “they” and where, in the US, have they arrested hundreds for violating stay at home orders?

As to the OP, I think I’d avoid ny right now.

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azdryheat wrote:

They've taken hundreds to jail for violating the stay at home orders. If I were you I wouldn't chance it. Bypass Delaware and any other state that will confine you for being out and about. Better yet, stay in Florida.

can you back that up with supporting links or references?


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I think I would stay away from NY too.
Most of the cases in NJ, up to 2,844 today, are in north Jersey which is just a suburb of NY really.

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“I saw a ton of them on the highway heading north here.“

That’s a terrible way to decide your actions OP...”i saw a ton of them...” no matter the law, emergency declarations, medical advice, the health of others, your health etc.


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Yeah, I’m not very excited about going there, but I can pretty much go there without having any contact with other people. We can get all of our supplies down here that we need on the boat, and takeoff on the boat. The only human contact I would have is dropping the RV off into storage in Northern New Jersey and taking an Uber back to the boat. After that, literally no human contact. So that is maybe two or three people. Total.

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NJRVer wrote:

I think I would stay away from NY too.
Most of the cases in NJ, up to 2,844 today, are in north Jersey which is just a suburb of NY really.


That’s where the boat is. North Jersey. Just across the river from the city.

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as of now... DE, SE PA, ( Philly and lemon its surrounding areas) NJ, NY are all " shelter in place" . . I am sure you can travel through, as the highways are still open. BUT the question is, will anything be open once yi get there.. The part of NJ your speaking of has been hit real hard . . .


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And good call about making sure my RV storage place is open. I was so focused on all of the other logistics that I wasn’t really thinking about that part.

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