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After some time with Google, I believe the answer is no. There is no problem going inland via Sacramento, either by bus or train. I don't know Greyhound's stop-off policy. I believe with advance notice, Amtrak allows one. There are a great number of fine tourist attractions on that route, but it isn't what the OP asked for. Greyhound runs a service up 101 ...


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For the first part of your journey, I'd suggest using the train. The Amtrak Cascades service runs between Vancouver and Eugene in Oregon: You can find their timetable on their website, but a few of the services are actually buses. I'd suggest trying for the train rather than the bus, as the views can be better! You can save some money by booking in ...


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You can certainly rent from private parties their Relay Rides is the site that allows you to do exactly that. Insurance is something else entirely. Normally insurers in the US want to cover the driver long term 6+ months. I have been in a situation like this looking for a short term insurance for someone and I've not had much luck. Relay Rides doesn't ...


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What the law says In California, as in most jurisdictions, exceeding any posted speed limit is considered speeding. You can be ticketed for going 1 MPH above, and I've seen it happen. You can also be cited for speeding if you are driving faster than a reasonable speed for the conditions, even if it's slower than the posted speed limit. In practice It's ...


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If the speed limit is 55, you shouldn't drive more than 7 below or they can ticket you. Its the same with going over. Technically they can pull you for going 56 in a 55 but not many police officers are that picky. If you are obviously standing out, not going with the flow of traffic, they can pull you because if everyone around you is going 60 and you are ...


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Rome2Rio suggests various options including public transport, taking a taxi, and driving. All in all the hassle-free option would be the taxi. Rome2Rio quotes approximately 30USD for the journey. It's a bit steep, but you're talking about ~13km. If not you can always rent a car and travel at your own schedule. I doubt that will be cheaper than 60USD though ...



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