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Old 12-05-2016, 05:59 AM
 
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I took I 75 to Chattanooga Tennessee and had a panic attack because of the hills I was just wondering if there was an easier way to go without getting into the hills from Daytona Florida to Lapeer Michigan I would rather my trip take a little longer than having panic attacks
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Old 12-05-2016, 06:09 AM
 
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Trying to get from Daytona Florida to Lapeer Michigan without going to the hills I took I 75 last time through Chattanooga Tennessee had a panic attack wondering if there is another way to go without going to the hills my car does not do very well with the hills just asking for help don't care if the trip take a little longer just can't do the panic attacks
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Old 12-05-2016, 06:11 AM
 
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Just asking for help please
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Old 12-05-2016, 09:50 AM
 
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Trying to get from Daytona Florida to Lapeer Michigan without going to the hills I took I 75 last time through Chattanooga Tennessee had a panic attack wondering if there is another way to go without going to the hills my car does not do very well with the hills just asking for help don't care if the trip take a little longer just can't do the panic attacks
From Daytona take I-95 North to I-10 west. Then I-75 North all the way to Atlanta. Then go I-20 west to Birmingham, then I-65 North all the way up to Indianapolis. Then I-69 North the rest of the way to Lapeer.

North Alabama and Southern Tennessee do have some hills. Nothing like the mountains on I-24 in southern Tennessee, but you will still get a little bit of elevation and see foothills. If you are looking for absolutely flat with no mountains or hills whatsoever, you're adding a ridiculous amount of time. You'd probably have to take I-10 all the way west to Louisiana and go I-55 north until I-57 north in Missouri. Take that up to South Chicago and then I-90 east, to I-69 north ending in Lapeer.
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