Open Roads to Consider Closed
Most of us are so accustomed to using our phones for driving directions that we often don't put much thought into the route suggested by our map apps. "It is ill advised to do this with an RV," says Jennifer Young, co-founder of the site Outdoorsy, a marketplace for recreational vehicles. "There are winding, narrow roads leading to and from highways that need extra precaution. There are many low-clearance bridges and tunnels, as well as roads that suddenly have weight limits with no warning." With avoiding an RV nightmare in mind, we asked RV and travel industry experts to identify some of the roads across America that you want to avoid driving in a recreational vehicle.
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