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The I-4 Exit Information Guide has been around since 2005. It’s a sister publication to the very popular I-95 Exit Information Guide. Just about every feature is duplicated with the I-4 Guide… and it’s recently been updated with mew information.
You’ll find very detailed, exit-by-exit listings for restaurants, diners, fast food, lodging, camping, and shopping for every I-4 exit from Daytona to Tampa. Additionally, the I-4 Exit Guide lists rest areas and welcome centers, and nearby attractions. If you’re looking for gas prices… they have that too! There’s plenty of travel …
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This is the iphone app version of the popular printed publication, “The I-95 Exit Information Guide”
This application lists exit services and travel information for the entire length of USA Interstate 95 from it’s beginning in Houlton, Maine to it’s terminus in Miami, Florida.
Listings include food, lodging, gasoline, campgrounds, shopping, medical facilities, rest areas, welcome centers, attractions, and other traveler services. The easily scrollable exit listing format allows users to see all services for a particular exit at a glance.
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If you travel the eastern United States you’ve probably used Interstate 95 for a portion of your trip. I-95 is considered to be the most heavily traveled Interstate in the country, running from the Canadian border and Maine to southern Florida. With those kind of numbers, why not have a website devoted to I-95 travelers?
That’s where The I-95 Exit Information Guide OnLine comes in. As websites go, it’s a granddaddy! This site has been around a long time… since 1994! The guide has an impressive amount of content for the I-95 traveler. The “bread and butter” for this website are the exit service listings. You’ll find detailed listings for every exit from end to end. Lodging, restaurants, campgrounds, and rest areas are just a few of the services listed.