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Old 07-23-2008, 10:13 PM
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I know 75 is a no no how is 275 to 696 over to 94?
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Old 07-23-2008, 10:19 PM
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275 to 696 to 94 sounds good...

Should be no problem....

I'll check it out over on the internet for any traffic construction for you.

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Last week I did 75 to 275 to 94 .. easy ... traffic wasnt bad but coming home, the exit from 94 onto 275 was ROUGH. I had friends ahead of me that had called and warned me so I took the exit at close to the recommended speed, 35 mph or so, and that was WAY too fast. I thought I was going to lose a tire Big bad holes ....
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75 to 275 to 94 thru Detroit up to St Clair if you are coming thru Ohio.

275 north of 94 has construction all the way up to 696, thru detroit is just as quick. 45 minutes from airport to Mt Clemons, last weekend..
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75, 275, 74 is best
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Thanks for all the help. Leaving in am and I remember the roads around detroit being horrible. Especialy towing
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Haven't been up there for awhile but 75N to M39 (Southfield Fwy) to 94 is another option. Or you could take M39 all the way up to 696 then over to 94. Detroit roads suck, they all do.
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A little different from the route we took last year. Where on 75 do we pick up 275? Don't have a MI map, and I don't see it on Mapquest. That says something about Schaeffer Hwy.

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275 starts off of 75 just north of Monroe. Take 275 north to 94 (Romulus) then east to St. Clair.

Easier than the detours on 75 around Detroit.
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Originally Posted by DTD View Post
275 starts off of 75 just north of Monroe. Take 275 north to 94 (Romulus) then east to St. Clair.

Easier than the detours on 75 around Detroit.


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