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Posted: 9/27/2013 7:44:10 AM
My bff and I are talking about taking a road trip to the Mall of America with her daughter (whom I refer to as my niece here) sometime next year. Its about 20 hours, plus pit stops. We are debating whether to drive 10 hours each day or 12 the first and 8 the second.

I'm just looking for opinions, since I haven't done any long term driving in quite a few years. And I've pretty much blocked that trip out since it involved a funeral and almost abandoning my brother at a Walmart in West Virginia.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 7:49:05 AM
We drive 12 hours straight through to visit my family. It's tiring but we take enough breaks that it's doable. I personally couldn't handle much more than that.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 7:51:03 AM
We just did a 12 hour trip in August. It made for a long day, but doable. We took breaks about every 4 hours or so.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 7:51:54 AM
I've driven from MI to MD in one day - about 12 hours, inculding pit stops. It was easy to do that alone as I could go longer between bathroom breaks and stop when I needed to instead of stopping because someone else in the car needed to. I've also driven from MI to Tulsa, OK in 12 hours.

I think 10-12 hours is my limit as long as it's daylight out. Once it starts getting dark, my eyes don't do well in night driving and I get drowsy quicker.



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Posted: 9/27/2013 7:55:08 AM
I routinely drive 12 hours between my home in KCMO to ABQ. I used to say that a "one day drive" was around 15 hours -- San Antonio to KC, Atlanta to KC. That time was established on a return trip, but I am a "get it done" type when heading home.
In August I established a new maximum -- 17.5 hours from South Padre to KCMO. As I said .... get it done.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:00:26 AM
My personal limit is around 10 hrs.
But if you are sharing the driving, we have done up to 16 hrs


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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:01:04 AM
We did MA to OH in one day...about 11-12 hours. It wasn't all that bad because we made plenty of stops along the way. I don't think I'd want to do much more than that, though.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:01:19 AM
I would do it in one trip. But I love to drive and have been know to drive long distances with out a problem.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:02:47 AM
I do 12 to my sister's in one day but that'd be as far as I'd be willing to go in a day.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:09:33 AM
I would drive at least 12 hours the first day to make the 2nd day a much shorter drive. I don't like long car rides to begin with a two days in a row of 10 hours each day, I would really hate. My preference would be to get on a plane and rent a car on the other end.





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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:11:24 AM
We tend to drive long and hard the first day (12-16 hours) and then finish the trip the 2nd day (4-8 hours). Of course it depends on whether I have another experienced adult driver. With my girls, I still had to stay very alert so it was more tiring than when I drive it with DH.

If I were by myself, I could probably do 8-9 hours per day. And would split them more evenly.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:12:01 AM

We drive 950 miles away twice a year. It's about a 15.5 hour drive not including stops to gas up and eat. My husband and I share the driving and just do it straight through. Can't say it's fun, but it is doable.








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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:16:23 AM
we do 10 - 12 regularly and easily. we have done 20 a few times. not so easy.

10 - 12 in one day is plenty.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:17:51 AM
All of my super long trips have been by myself. (1000+ miles from LA to southern Colo, 3x 600 miles from central Iowa to western Nebraska) At least then, I'm not worried about maintaining other people, and I can stop and power nap when I need to. My last trip from western Neb to central Iowa started at 3:30 in the morning. DD needed me home to get her gaming horse to her at a horse show that evening, so I didn't stop much at all. I made it home, dropped three horses, loaded the speed horse and got to the fair grounds in about 11 hours. I was fried.

If I were to do a trip like yours with other people, I'd drive farther the first day...10-12 hours, so the second day was more restful and you had more time at your destination.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:18:28 AM
When we adopted our twins we drove 15 hours straight to their birth state. On the way home with 10 day old twins we drove 19 hours straight through but we stopped every 3 hours to feed and change them. They were AWESOME. We had less than 20 min of crying from one of them and that was when were about an hour from home.

When we went back to visit their birth parents when they were 13 months old we did 12 hours the first day and 4 or 5 the second day. On the way home we did 19 hours straight with breaks for food etc.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:19:11 AM
I'm with Luvspaper: I drive from Syracuse, NY to Myrtle Beach in 1.5 days. I make it to just over the NC border on day 1 in about 10 hourse (with a few potty breaks) and finish a pretty short drive on day 2.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:19:19 AM
I've driven 8 hrs. many times, and as long as the trip isn't awful, I have no issue with that.

So I think (again, if the traveling isn't too bad on that day/those roads) that I could do 10-12 if need be.

In a 2 day trip situation, I would like to drive as much as possible the first day, just so that I could tell myself that "tomorrow should be so much easier!" and so we'd have a shorter time to wait the day we were to actually arrive at our destination.

So I think I'd like to try for the 12/8.



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Posted: 9/27/2013 9:03:15 AM

When I am the sole driver I try to keep the driving to 8-10 hours/day. Any more than that and I'm just too tired.

If there is more than one driver we switch off about every 3 hours and will drive up to 15 hours.

With a car trip of 20 hours and (assuming) 2 drivers, I'd break it into 2 days. Depending on where the stop would be I'd try to make it about 10-12 hours the first day.



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Posted: 9/27/2013 9:08:40 AM
I drove from northern IN to just south of Atlanta in a little under 12 hours. I left at 8pm and drove straight through. It was not a fun trip especially about 2-3 in the morning.

My BF and I drove from northern OH to cocoa beach FL in about 18 or so hours, only drove about 5 the first night because we were already tired when we started and finished the drive the next day.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 9:14:45 AM
Good, I really wanted to do the 12/8 combo, but wanted some opinions. We could do more but 15 hours puts us in Chicago and we were hoping to get a less pricey hotel room for the travel portion.

Plus the 12 mark puts us at Gary, Indiana, which warms my musical theater loving heart.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 9:27:56 AM
of course you have to stay in Gary! Don't forget to sing while you're there.

We do from here to southern California in one day which is a 17 hour drive. We share the driving, which means I drive for an hour and a half and DH does the rest.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 9:30:33 AM
12-13 hours. But it has to be where we leave really early in the morning and drive all day. I can't drive all night anymore.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 9:34:47 AM
I drive up to 14 hours by myself...as a young adult, I once drove from salt lake city to seattle in one day.

but I often drive from sf to sun valley idaho. easy freeway driving...not in the winter though.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 9:34:52 AM
I drive up to 14 hours by myself...as a young adult, I once drove from salt lake city to seattle in one day.

but I often drive from sf to sun valley idaho. easy freeway driving...not in the winter though.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 9:57:32 AM
For my nephews wedding in St. Augustine, I left my home at 7:30 am Friday monring, in one town, picked my sister up in hers, then back tracked past mine to Valdosta, GA. That's 15 hours straight driving. Of course we stopped a couple of times for gas and bathroom breaks so it took more like 16 or so.

We slept 6 hours and got to St. Augustine with a few hours to look around before the wedding. We left the reception early and headed back home because her husband had to go out of town for work bright an early Monday morning so we had to the same trip back to back.

It's doable but exhausting.



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Posted: 9/27/2013 10:06:24 AM
I couldn't drive too far alone, I get too sleepy.

DH and I drive to Billings from Minneapolis in one day, 13 hours, and I hate it. I like to break it up more.

I would probably do 12 the first day and 8 the second on the way there. Then you won't be as tired when you arrive.

on the way home, 10/10.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 10:41:57 AM
I've driven from the foothills of NC to almost Detroit, Michigan in one day. That trip was a little over 11 hours, as I stopped to fill up my tank everytime it got down to half. Also, drove to Camden NJ for an Iron Maiden show several years ago. That was about a 12 hour trip.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 10:46:26 AM
We drive to Minneapolis every summer. We're military, so the beginning point can be different. Right now, we are in the DC area and its 20 driving hours.

We drive 14 hours the first day and 6 the next. We stop in Bloomington-Normal on the way to MN and Columbus on the way back home. The hotels are fine, but nothing to write home about. We are only there for 10 hours tops. But they take big dogs and have a breakfast.

We don't go through Chicago because for our route, it would be during the evening rush hour. We go around through Bloomington-Normal. Getting out of DC takes planning and we are usually off the beltway by 6 am.

We also stop at the Cheese Chalet in DeForest, Wisconsin. They have great cheese curds and a huge cow there. I have a picture of the kids taken by this cow from a ten year time span. It's dorky, but it's something to look forward to after that mind numbing first day!


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Posted: 9/27/2013 10:52:01 AM
In August we drove 14 hours in one day, splitting the driving between 3 of us.

(Because of my right knee, my personal driving limit is about 7 hours a day WITH cruise control. Without cruise control, it's considerably less.)

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Posted: 9/27/2013 10:53:44 AM
I agree with the 10-12 by myself, a little more splitting the driving.



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Posted: 9/27/2013 10:55:58 AM
Usually 8, but we've done 10, we would just rather do 8. The only reason we'd do more is if it will make the second day that much easier and we get to spend more day time that next day doing something we want to do.




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Posted: 9/27/2013 11:29:35 AM
Do not try to stay in Gary! Actually, I doubt there are any open hotels there, anyway. My kids call it "Scary Gary". Just south of Gary is Merrillville which has lots of motels on Route 30.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 11:38:32 AM
With two drivers a 12 hour day is totally doable. If I am driving alone I try to keep it under 10.

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Posted: 9/27/2013 12:32:37 PM
I like to drive and come from a road tripping family so take this with a grain of salt...

Two drivers - 18 hours.
One Driver - 12 hours.

With 3 drivers I would go straight through.

If it is a laid back trip though you may want to split it up and find someplace fun to stop and relax to break up the drive.




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Posted: 9/27/2013 12:42:03 PM
I've driven 14 hours straight through, with only potty & gas breaks (getting food at quick places so we could get back on the road). We try to do it overnight, like 9pm-11am, so the kids sleep through a big chunk of the drive. I've actually done it more than several times. Sometimes we switch off drivers, but most of the time I drive the whole way... much easier for me to pull an all nighter since I have insomnia and am used to being up all night.








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Posted: 9/27/2013 3:39:31 PM
I agree with pp, Gary isn't a great place to stay. We stopped to get gas there on a drive from Minnesota to Michigan. It was pretty scary. I would look into it before deciding to stop there. JMO


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Posted: 9/27/2013 6:03:40 PM
4 hours is my personal limit. It doesn't matter how much sleep I've had before the drive, anything more than 4 hours behind the wheel and I start nodding off. DSO could drive a lot longer than that, so I'd make him do most of the driving!

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Posted: 9/27/2013 7:25:05 PM
18, but it needs to start around 5 or 6am and end at midnight. Can not drive between 2 and 4am no matter what.




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Posted: 9/27/2013 7:54:36 PM
The longest we have driven is 16 hours from Montgomery AL to McAllen TX. We are early risers and fresh from a good night's sleep in our own bed and try to leave by 3:30. The trick is to get through Houston with the least amount of resistance! DH and I swap up every 3-4 hours. Coming home (we always visited DD, SIL and kids) we would leave late morning so we could visit with kids a little more. We would stop about 9 hours later.

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12/8 split sounds good to be rested for shopping.



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Posted: 9/27/2013 7:54:39 PM
The longest we have driven is 16 hours from Montgomery AL to McAllen TX. We are early risers and fresh from a good night's sleep in our own bed and try to leave by 3:30. The trick is to get through Houston with the least amount of resistance! DH and I swap up every 3-4 hours. Coming home (we always visited DD, SIL and kids) we would leave late morning so we could visit with kids a little more. We would stop about 9 hours later.

They have now moved to Louisville KY - YEAH!

12/8 split sounds good to be rested for shopping.



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Posted: 9/27/2013 8:20:58 PM
Most I've driven is 8 or 9 hours. I personally would not want to have to drive even the interstate in the dark if I'd never driven it before, particularly the stretches between big cities, where there might not be much lighting.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 9:49:59 PM
I'm about to drive 12 hours to Kansas from Indiana by myself. I'll admit though that I'm a bit nervous. I have chronic pain in my neck/head so I'm not sure I can do it in one trip like I normally would.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 10:27:50 PM
We drive from Houston to Lexington, KY several times a year. It's about 16 hours. Much easier to do with a couple drivers but I have done it straight through by myself plenty of times. 16 hours is really stretching it for me and every time I do it I tell myself it's the last time and the next time I'll break it into two days but then I never do. Paranoid about bed bugs and would rather just get the trip over with. When our boys were younger, we drove it overnight. Everyone slept while I drove. I still would rather drive through the night- less traffic and trucks.


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Posted: 9/27/2013 10:34:01 PM
I've driven from Murfreesboro, TN to Sudbury, MA (18+ hours) in one stretch. It wasn't fun & I dont know if I could do it now I'm older, but I have done it (more than once).

ETA: I think now I'd stick to 12 at most. I easily drive a 5 hour trip at least twice a year.



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Posted: 9/27/2013 10:51:02 PM
The most I've ever driven by myself in a day was 10 hours. That's probably as much as I want to do straight through. If I had another driver to spell me, I could do more.

We drive to Florida a few times a year, and it's a 20+ hour drive. DH does all the driving. He doesn't split it up evenly - he'll do 15/5 or 13/7, with the bulk of the driving done on the first day. It's much nicer to start Day 2 with a smaller amount of driving left.

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Posted: 9/28/2013 6:38:42 AM
I have never had to drive further than 10 hours but I am sure I could go up to 12 but that would probably be my max

If I were you, I would do 12 the first day and 8 the second day


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Posted: 9/28/2013 6:43:55 AM
Thank you all so much for all your responses. I will have to look into the Gary Ghetto thing.

We would be leaving between 3:30 and 4:00 AM as we have to get through NYC before 6 or we would have to tack an extra hour or to onto the time.





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Posted: 9/28/2013 7:02:30 AM
We did 13 hours last summer. Two pit stops15 min at the most. We had a few snacks in the car to munch on and a couple of sodas. It was ok. I would do it again.


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Posted: 9/28/2013 7:18:56 AM
Depends, I have night vision problems, so I tend to go as long as I have daylight when by myself, or the sole driver.

With another driver, like DH, can push a little more.

Without the dogs, I can get up, dressed, have some coffee and drive 60 or more miles before breakfast at sun-up!


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