QUOTE(edcornflake @ Mar 29 2012, 08:39 AM)
Make sure you keep to the posted speed limit (as you stated you would), and watch for sudden changes in the speed limit. It's been a while but when I lived in Wilmington NC, I took the trip to Myrtle quite a bit, and that road was crawling with State Troopers, more in NC than SC, but plenty of radar traps on both sides of the border.
Have been following your forum chat, since we are traveling part of this route in July, from Charleston, SC up through Myrtle Beach, Cape Hatteras, and then in to Williamsburg. Our rig is 38 ft. + tow, so we appreciated the suggestions from others about circumventing traffic in Myrtle Beach and the difficulty with following road signs on Hwy. 17. And also about the speed traps.
Have any of you taken your rig on the ferry from Cedar Island to Ocracoke?