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Drive I-95: Exit by Exit Info, Maps, History and Trivia
     

Drive I-95: Exit by Exit Info, Maps, History and Trivia

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by Stan Posner
 

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Road trips are back again, because by traveling in the security of your own car and visiting friendly small town America, it brings back the way America used to be and the way we would like it to be again.

To help those who travel up and down the East coast, Drive I-95 is a new style of guidebook. It combines colorful easy-to-follow pictorial maps and fun

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Drive I-95: Exit by Exit Info, Maps, History and Trivia 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
FeatheredQuillBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Surely you've heard the catch-line "don't leave home without it." If you're driving down the east coast of the United States, please take that phrase to heart and don't leave home without a copy of Drive I-95. Husband and wife team Stan Posner and Sandra Phillips-Posner share their love of learning and travel with readers in this highly informative, extremely well-organized travel book that guides drivers on an exit by exit tour down I-95. The first section of the book provides maps of I-95 from exit 12 (where it meets with I-93) in Massachusetts to the very end of the road in Coral Gables, Florida. The maps in Drive I-95 are clear and concise, just right for gleaning quick information at a glance for navigators and drivers. These handy one-page maps (no folding!) supply the reader with the exit number, gas stations, restaurants, lodging, shopping, RV service centers, drug stores, car washes, laundromats as well as nifty places to visit along the way. On these maps, the authors even let you know what the speed limit is at various sections of the road in addition to toll booths and fees, campground/RV sites, golf courses, and possible locations reported or observed as radar traps! Even with all this vital information supplied for drivers, the maps in Drive I-95 are so cleverly designed that they remain impressively easy to read on the fly. For all the usefulness of the maps, it's the tourist information and stories provided in the rest of the book that adds charm to Drive I-95. There are 111 pages of exit-by-exit stories relating to key sites you'll drive by on your excursion. These tales are presented in a companionable style as if a friend had thoughtfully written a travel journal just for you. The authors didn't miss a chance to poke around wonderful stores or sites in order to gather all the information in this book. But I've saved my favorite part of Drive I-95 for last: the flip-out chart of the radio stations you'll find along your drive. For each major city along the way, the authors considerately provide readers with the call numbers to thirteen different types of radio stations, from Jazz/Blues to Top 40, from NPR to Spanish. No more frustrating rounds of flipping through the stations in search of your listening pleasure! Quill says: This book is a MUST HAVE for anybody planning to drive I-95!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Great book. Lets you know whats at each exit. Takes the guess work out of finding places to eat, sleep, and poop. To the stupid face who likes to drive I-95 in PA, they tell you in the beginning of the book that it is easier and faster to just stay on the NJ Turnpike. Who wants to go to PA anyway.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I drove from new jersey to south florida. we did not put this book down the whole 19 hours!!! loved it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The addition I looked at(3rd printing) does not accurately show I-95. This addition ignores the fact that I-95 passes through part of Pennsylvania.