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dot.ca.gov — The list below is for special restrictions on routes, e.g. for weight, number of axles, or carrying of hazardous materials. For routine length limitations, see the "STAA" and "California Legal" length requirements on the web page:Truck Lengths & Routes - Step 2 
1091 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
RussianRiverTravel.com — Northwestern California ••  The Russian River is located a short drive from the San Francisco bay area and Sacramento. For over a 100 years it has been the preferred getaway for these cities. Come for the wine, river, redwoods and coast. Come to relax in the grandness of nature. There is no better…
1093 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
dot.ca.gov — The Department of Transportation's Rest Areas are a stopping place for your relaxation. Please help us keep them pleasant by using them as they are intended and by being considerate of others. Remember, by staying too long, you will be in the way of someone else who needs to stop. Thank you for you…
1093 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
DiscoverAmerica.com — Discover America, Brand USA inspires travellers to explore America's boundless possibilities. To encourage travellers from all over the world to visit the United States of America.
1093 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
Parks.ca.gov — California Department of Parks and Recreation manages 279 park units, which contain the finest and most diverse collection of natural, cultural, and recreational resources to be found within California. These treasures are as diverse as California: From the last stands of primeval redwood forests …
1105 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
VisitCalifornia.com — Imagine 70 miles of sun-drenched coast, an inviting ocean, and a year-round daily forecast of 70°F. See a movie star. Sip a cocktail on a rooftop bar at sunset. Slip on a pair of designer shoes in an ultra-luxurious boutique in Beverly Hills. A crimson bridge, cable cars, a sparkling bay, and stre…
1108 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy

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