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"Reverse Direction" is still a puzzle to us.
"Wait! Text stop in 5 Miles" were in NY and were just little areas for maybe 3-4 cars to pull off. The sign was repeated every mile and the pull offs were paved so how much $$$.
65mph on the divided freeways was the speed limit in NY! Slowest on our trip.
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