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    I am relocating from SF bay area to NY City. I am debating whether to drive all the way. My prime motivation in doing so would be to save money on car shipping. I have 4 full days to cover 3000 miles. I was looking at google/yahoo maps and found it would need 44 hours of driving. Is that practical? I have never driven cross country, however I have a good car and have driven long distances. I'd appreciate any insights from anyone has done something like this.


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    Default Suggestion


    Previously on this forum, it has been suggested (many, many, many, times) to approximate 500-550 miles per day of driving. I guess it depends on each person how much you can drive. I found that after 550 miles, I could not drive any more.

    Your plan requires you to drive 750 miles each day! I think that is a little too high. I will let some of the professionals (who have lot more mileage under their belt) provide insight on this.


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    Mar 2005
    Tucson, AZ

    Default I Agree

    You can drive 750 miles in a day once. You'll be bone tired at the end of it. Try to do it twice and you'll be near exhaustion. Trying to do it four days in a row will make you a menace on the roadways. This is NOT recommended. You will need a minimum of five days to make that drive safely.


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