Which is the best way?
I need a bit of advice from fellow forumites who have experience of these roads: Which is the better route to take to Brighton from Oxford on a Friday evening - A34, M3, M27, A27. Or - M40, M25, M23?
I haven't travelled either route in a few years so don't know which is likely to have the most evil traffic. I do recognise that in part it will depend on the day and will check the traffic reports before I set off - and of course the traffic gods will be evil and put an accident etc in the way once I've left home!!
The first one, but it will be really bad whatever.
If I was still on the road I would go A34 to Newbury, south east to Basingstoke, then Alton and the A272 east to pick up the A23 Haywards Heath way, all good roads, don't be afraid to go off the motorways.
Hmm, I travel the A34, M27, A27 route regularly but I'd normally be travelling down in the morning and back up in the evening (and rarely a Friday evening, come to that). The Chichester strech won't be fun on a Friday evening, in either direction.
As it happens, I'm travelling down there next Thursday eveing.... not much looking forward to it.
Ha ha, I thought they were keeping the tunnel a secret, it's obviously worked. Will revolutionise travel in the SE.
The best way to drive to Brighton?
let me see........
I would say that the best way to drive there is in a vehicle, because you may have difficulty driving there without one.
Puffin1 wrote (see)
Medals - I'll be the one in the rental van swearing at the other traffic and regretting agreeing to go to Brighton on a Friday after work!!
LOL! Don't swear at the Sandy Picasso. That'll be me!
Of course, once we get to Brighton/Hove then we'll have to find a parking space!
Don Minquez wrote (see)
This is my favourite thread ever.
fat buddha wrote (see)
anyone give me a lift to Silverstone??
Milou - lovely thought but I'm taking a sofa and a fridge - might be difficult on a plane!!
FB - no, can't give a life to Silverstone, as I'm patently going to Brighton!!
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