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Posted: 05/26/21 11:22am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are in a 37' ft gas MH towing.

How is SR 19 vs going I79 to I77 in Charleston?

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You will have enough pucker on the interstate in WV. No way I would drive a car that route just to avoid the tolls.

I lived there for five years so my comments are not based on looking at a map. I on e thought i would take that scenic route in a Class B. In 15 miles I bailed and went back to the interstate


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I assume you're talking about US 19, looks fine to me, it's generally a 4 lane rd, with cross traffic and stop lights, and probably lower speed limits, but then it's not an interstate so you would expect that sort of thing, many people enjoy using the old US routes vs Interstates, given that you have plenty of time and not in a big hurry.


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It's doable, it will be you and some cars and plenty of coal trucks. The road is not in the best of condition in some areas, but that is most of WVA's roads.


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I’ve been doing it for decades, multiple times a year in passenger vehicles, trucks and both C & A motorhomes.

Never thought it was any worse than dozens of other roads I run all the time.

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Thank you everyone, hubby decided to stick to the highways. We did 77 when we headed up to MI so we know what we're getting to there [emoticon]

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