Backup during a roadtrip

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Re: Backup during a roadtrip

Postby naruto100 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:12 pm

Ray1 wrote:@naruto100 I have seen such facilities are increasing in our countries especially at toll ways with number of restaurants and authorized service centers are providing basic and advance facilities to travelers free of cost. For instance if you travel on Mussori Highway from Delhi or Agra from Delhi you will see a different scenario with express ways allowing you to travel at 140/km/ph and providing you all the modern facilities for no extra cost but the rate of toll charge is little bit on the higher side for sure.


That;s interesting because I am yet to find such kind of thing anywhere here. I have traveled to Mussori in past but I didn't find anything like that. But it was too many years back. So I don't know if anything like that recently updated. But that's good that such kind of facilities are getting introduce here. It is welcome move for sure. What kind of free facilities are available?

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Re: Backup during a roadtrip

Postby Ray1 » Tue Mar 14, 2017 11:04 am

I think you must have gone there awhile back since the tollway is there for sometime now with all modern facilities which you can check here
http://www.indiantollways.com/tag/nh-58/
And the one linked here is one of the most favorite of stopover for almost everyone going either to Hardwar, Dehradun or Mussorie as it is almost at halfway from Delhi to any of these places and also known as Halfway at Khatauli. The place is only about 30 km from my house but I still stop here-
https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/ShowUser ... adesh.html

I hope you will visit this place in your next visit.

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Re: Backup during a roadtrip

Postby naruto100 » Tue Mar 14, 2017 3:23 pm

Ray1 wrote:I think you must have gone there awhile back since the tollway is there for sometime now with all modern facilities which you can check here
http://www.indiantollways.com/tag/nh-58/
And the one linked here is one of the most favorite of stopover for almost everyone going either to Hardwar, Dehradun or Mussorie as it is almost at halfway from Delhi to any of these places and also known as Halfway at Khatauli. The place is only about 30 km from my house but I still stop here-
https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/ShowUser ... adesh.html

I hope you will visit this place in your next visit.

This sounds really interesting. Even I don't remember but yes it must be long way back because I don't remember anything like this. I will surely visit all during my next visit. The second one sounds interesting too. I think its long time I haven't visited Hardwar, so I should check it out on my next visit. Though I am not sure about it.

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Re: Backup during a roadtrip

Postby harijobs » Sat Jun 10, 2017 3:20 pm

It is essential to carry extra tires, jack, and other things that you have mentioned during a road trip because even though with the improvement in roadways we don't know when we will encounter a problem. If we get stuck in the middle of nowhere in a highway these things would be helpful.


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