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I always hear about Autobahn's but I never knew what they were but that is cool, do they have one in the U.S.?

 

Almost every car is designed to go 120+ mph and shouldn't be restricted to 65-75 mph, especially cars like Lamborghini's.

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U.S. Route 22 (especially through Hillside in Union County).

 

U.S. 1 and 9 north of the Charlotte Circle (aka Tonnele Avenue) through The Heights and North Bergen in Hudson County.

 

New Jersey Turnpike (especially through Elizabeth in Union County).

 

U.S. 322 through Southern New Jersey.

 

U.S. 66 "The Main Street Of America".

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I always hear about Autobahn's but I never knew what they were but that is cool, do they have one in the U.S.?

 

Almost every car is designed to go 120+ mph and shouldn't be restricted to 65-75 mph, especially cars like Lamborghini's.

 

 

Hell no the USA dont have a autobahn like highway. I highest speed limit i seen here is 75 on 95 further south below SC.

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I always hear about Autobahn's but I never knew what they were but that is cool, do they have one in the U.S.?

 

Almost every car is designed to go 120+ mph and shouldn't be restricted to 65-75 mph, especially cars like Lamborghini's.

 

Autobahn

 

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US-1 through the Keys, I-4, I-95, some Hawaiian Interstate too (goes through the mountains).

 

The Garden State Parkway, The Pacific Coast Highway, etc.

 

One of my favs is I-78 for some reason, I think I traveled the whole thing (or most of it).

 

I-80 is cute but it's sooooooo boring (nice scenery though).

 

There's more but that's all I can think of right now.

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Damn l0l I was expecting you to say 42/76/95/676 or The Blue Route.

 

I was born and raised in southern Virginia. And to this day I still miss those highways...especially that part of i-95, I-295 and I-64...with their long scenic bridges, and the smaller bridges with their BOUNCY joints!!! I loved those!:cool:

 

in PA, I like I-476 (Blue Route and NE Extension), 309, I-95, I-81 and 422

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I don't drive...but..

 

I like the NJ Turnpike for its shear size. It's like 6 lanes one way in many places and 12 lines both ways. Riding on it gives the appearence of flowing on a super wide flowing river.

 

I also like I-70 (Columbus, OH pride). In most parts, its only two lanes one way/four both ways, but it covers many scenery, from the Alleganies/Appalachians of PA, to the farmlands and cornfields of OH and ID, to the Rocky Mnts of CO... I only took it as far as Illinois on a class trip though. Some parts the speed is a typical 65 and some are 70-75, I think. I enjoyed hurtling on it when I rode the Greyhound during break to get home. There's so many semi on this road, I would be scared if I was driving. ...but lately I've been really missing Ohio and would like to learn how to drive just to visit.

 

The Autobahn sounds crazy! I would like to see it in person. If a car can go 150mph on it, it will be going as fast as the Shinkansen (high speed rail) in Japan!

 

Thinking about highways brings me back to my travels to and from school. Boy, I miss it.

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I was born and raised in southern Virginia. And to this day I still miss those highways...especially that part of i-95, I-295 and I-64...with their long scenic bridges, and the smaller bridges with their BOUNCY joints!!! I loved those!:cool:

 

in PA, I like I-476 (Blue Route and NE Extension), 309, I-95, I-81 and 422

 

I love the 'high' highways on I95 around the Richmond area. Now that's cool.

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