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Don't leave home without Drive I-95
on September 30, 2003
The authors of this great guidebook have obviously spent a great deal of time on Interstate 95. They've checked out all 420 exits from Massachusetts to Florida from both directions. The maps in the book are easy to read, and include detailed, color-coded info about services and attractions at every exit. Speed limits are indicated in varying shades of gray. You can tell at a glance how fast you should be going on any stretch.
One of the best features of Drive I-95 is the information about offbeat attractions not far off the road. If visiting the supposed birthplace of the hamburger is not exactly a destination, it can sure reduce the tedium of a long drive. So might the amazing laundromat in Maryland the Posners describe, where you can play pool while your shorts dry.
I-95 is one of the most heavily traveled roadways in North America. Thanks to the Posners' book, it can now also be one of the most enjoyable ones.