I'm getting ready to drive from DC to Denver - tomorrow! I've made the drive before, but never in the winter and never in a rear-wheel drive sports car like I am this time. In the past, I've taken I-70 nearly the whole way out there, which was fine (Pennsylvania-Columbus, OH-Dayton, OH-Indianapolis, IN-St. Louis, MO-Denver). However, since this time I'm driving a vehicle that is horrible in the snow, I'm a little concerned at taking such a northern route. I was thinking instead of taking I-64 (through W. Virginia, Lexington, KY) and joining up with I-70 near St. Louis. I'm not really interested in scenery or sites - I'll be doing the drive as quickly as I can. I'm just looking for the safest route. Has anyone ever taken I-64 this way? I'm curious what the drive will be like and if it might be worth it to avoid I-70 for that portion. Any insight is greatly appreciated!