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GreyGord

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Posted: 01/07/18 11:47am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We're also coming from Southern Ontario in the next couple of weeks. I'm wondering if we should stay on 401 to the Windsor/Detroit crossing, or use our usual 402 to Sarnia/Port Huron? 402 is pretty bad at times in the winter.
We'd be heading across to I69 and down to Auburn IN the first night.

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We cross at Windsor, I75 southbound is closed for a year or two so you will detour to 475 if you go across the toll road from Toledo to 69 south. The bridges in Detroit can ice with lake effect snow.





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Thanks almcc. Sounds like we should stick with the 402 route that we know.

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