Hello RTA folks
I will moving to dayton for school at the end of Dec (may be early Jan). I may use I-70 for most of the trip instead of I-80, I thought the chance of snow on I-70 is lower than I-80 since the latitude.
I plan overnight at Denver, Salina, Kansas, St Louis during the trip. I may stay 2 days each at Denver and St Louis for visiting friends and city tour (not must, if I-80 is better than I-70, I may visit next time).
For SLC to Denver, I have two options, I-80 via WY, then turn to I-25 or I-15, US-6, I-70. I have experience on early January from SLC to Arches National Park, all most half way to the Denver. I never driving on I-80 to WY before.
I see a lot of pervious reports, some people may skip Eisenhower Tunnel by detour to Loveland Pass via US-6. I don't understand the reason.
I will driving 2010 Jetta with new all season tire installed on March (4000 miles), I have AutoSock also the snow chain.
Any comments or suggestion for my plan?
Thanks a lot
(English is not my mother tongue, sorry for the grammar error)