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Resting Tired Travellers vs Free Campers Roadside rest areas are intended for tired travellers and not for campers. Indeed most of them are signposted with "no camping" signs, as are most urban and suburban parking areas. Some rest areas allow overnight stays, and the longest one can stay is 24-hours. The thin line between a tired traveller and a camper ...


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Unless there is a sign , usually placed by the local council or national parks, that specifically states no camping its highly unlikely any one will care how long you camp in a road side stop .


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In the Rocky Mountain and Plains states, it is possible to have heavy snowstorms in March. It's also possible to have very warm, late spring-like weather. What's more, the weather can change dramatically over just a few days. You will need to keep an eye on weather forecasts as your planned departure date approaches, to learn where it is likely to snow and ...


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Massachusetts has these, though they are rare and being phased out. They indicate a crosswalk with a signal that can be controlled by pedestrians. They are intended to warn drivers to be prepared to stop/yield for pedestrians. They are generally used at unusual crossings: diagonal, 3-way intersections, 5-way intersections, and are often combined with a ...


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Even better, it is the Pan-American Highway so it is the road and historically the best maintained in Ecuador. It is about an 8-9 hour drive, limited stops by private car. I did it at night once and it was stressful. Ill do it of days from now on. I would take the executive bus from Quitumbe as it leaves very regularly and enjoy the views. Be sure to sit on ...



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