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There are only a few big hills that I can remember from Denver to Albuquerque. The Raton pass South of Trinidad, North of Santa Fe the Glorieta pass, and then La Posada Hill between Santa Fe and Albuquerque. I-25 is a nice easy drive. Not too much traffic, except between Santa Fe and Albuquerque. I think the only tricky part will be the Raton pass. Just ...


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A friend and I did an across-country drive using a similar size Penske truck, with an attached flat-bed trailer that was carrying a small car (Honda Prelude). Our journey was from Ohio to southern California. He did all the driving (thank Ghu!) and we had heavy rain for the first 2-3 days. We only did about 8 hours a day and paused for bit in Phoenix to ...


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The interstate highway system is designed for trucks, bigger trucks than you will be driving. The maximum grade is limited, as are the minimum curve radius and lane width. Unless you plan to exceed the maximum weight of the truck or trailer, which of course you should not do, you will not exceed the capabilities of the vehicle.


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