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the Next EXIT 2012 epub ebook

by Mark Watson

the Next EXIT 2012 epub ebook

Author: Mark Watson
Category: Reference
Language: English
Publisher: the Next EXIT, Inc.; 21 edition (January 1, 2012)
Pages: 512 pages
ISBN: 098469210X
ISBN13: 978-0984692101
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 265
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Mark Watson has spent nearly 30 years riding the Interstates to collect information for the Next EXIT. In 1991, he and his wife, Debby decided to publish a unique exit guide, the first, only and most complete of its kind. 20 years later they are starting on their 2nd 20 year stretch.

Mark Watson has spent nearly 30 years riding the Interstates to collect information for the Next EXIT. There are other guides now, but only Watson brings the passion to get it right. Paperback: 512 pages.

Paperback, 509 pages. Published December 31st 2012 by Next Exit (first published 2002). 0984692118 (ISBN13: 9780984692118).

This book is a guide of USA interstate Highway Exit Services. This book is a guide of USA interstate Highway Exit Services. It lists every exit of every interstate in every state. Services it lists include: food options and restaurants, Gas Stations, Lodging, hotels, Campgrounds, Rest stops, and more, such as Hospitals, vet clinics, museums, tire shops, etc. We've used this book a lot as an offline, convenient resource to find stops along our travels.

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Mark Andrew Watson (born 13 February 1980) is a British comedian and novelist. Watson was born in Bristol to a Welsh mother and English father. He has younger twin sisters called Emma and Lucy and a brother, Paul

Mark Andrew Watson (born 13 February 1980) is a British comedian and novelist. He has younger twin sisters called Emma and Lucy and a brother, Paul. He attended Henleaze Junior school and then Bristol Grammar School, an independent day school where he won the prize of 'Gabbler of the Year', before going to Queens' College, Cambridge, where he studied English, graduating with first class honours

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Watson traveled across the US for the first time at the age of 6 weeks and many, many times since. This book concentrates on the National Highways. The listings for the "Next Exit" for an INTERSTATE Highway start at one end of the Highway to the other end of the Highway

Watson traveled across the US for the first time at the age of 6 weeks and many, many times since. As father of a young family, he realized the value of knowing what was ahead on the interstate highways. After tabulating highway services for seven years, he published the Next EXIT in 1991. The listings for the "Next Exit" for an INTERSTATE Highway start at one end of the Highway to the other end of the Highway.

Mark Watson has spent most of his adult life tabulating exits and services along the interstate highway system. the Next EXIT information has found its way into dozens of apps and maps because Watson's dedication to accuracy and completeness simply cannot be duplicated by any other data collection methods. This is the best book if you travel the interstate with a trailer. We have a large 7 horse trailer and a diesel truck so we need to know where the diesel is, if the station is big enough to get the trailer into and what they have to eat (McDs, BK, Arbys, etc) as we don't stop for long.

the Next EXITƒ‚‚ is the most complete and accurate composition of . You'll find a thorough exit-by-exit listing of every service you will need while traveling: gas, food, lodging, camping, shopping, and much more. This "Exit Bible" will enhance your traveling experience.

The most complete USA Interstate Highway guide ever printed. Lists gas, food, lodging, shopping, medical services and much, much more at every USA Interstate Highway exit. Find everything you need or want in the windshield, not the rear view mirror.
Reviews (7)
Grarana
In a recent 3000 mile road trip, we found this guide invaluable. If you make frequent stops or prefer using a particular chain/brand of gas, etc., it's especially helpful. We found the listings through our 11 state journey remarkably up-to-date. I'd say for our travels it turned out to be 95% accurate. Obviously if you're without a navigator to read the listings, the usefulness of this guide is greatly reduced; go with the audio GPS. But my hubby loved flipping through the pages and alerting me miles in advance of where we'd be best off to stop and which direction to turn once exited.. That's right, in this marriage I do all the driving. :-).

The pages are flimsy- think phone book quality. Ours was pretty beat up just a few hundred miles into the trip. The layout may confuse a few folks at first, but once you understand how truly easily laid out it really is, you'll be looking up exits just for the heck of it, even if you've no intention of stopping! Remember, this is NOT a map, it's a companion. And it's patently useless unless you're traveling US Interstates. (For the newbies to cross country travel, those are the big highways with an I in front of the number). We were traveling by auto and tho it would be great for RVers, there are other guides more RV specific.

We'll be purchasing these as gifts for family members as so many people we've told about Next Exit had never heard of such a concept. From now on, we won't leave the state without it!

Realistic
I have been using The Next Exit book for at least 8 years now. I usually get a new book every other year as my travels are mainly up & down I-95, that's why I'm giving it four stars vs. five. It has been great to know what is available ahead of each exit. All the hotels, restaurants, gas stations an even noting if there is diesel . Rest areas are noted and advises what is available there. RV camping is indicated and will note if there is a distance to travel . Recently they have added additional info such as Petsmart, Lowes, CVS and some grocery stores information. They will indicated an exit where a hospital is nearby if not right off the exit. I find it so helpful to know what kind of eating places are available and to know that some exits have nothing and that you better get gas now because the next exit is a good distance away.I like the the design of the book because it is easy to fold over and flip back if necessary not stiff at all. Very easy to find the right interstate by going to the state you are in, everything is in alphabetically order . It really is a handy book to have when you are out on a interstate and even give as a gift to someone that might travel a lot. There has only been a couple of times that a particular gas station "Exxon" was listed as being off the exit and wasn't. I think that was because Exxon was shutting down a lot of their stations at one time and other stations were taking over their spot. We always looked for the Exxon because we use their creditcard. Everything else has always been there as the book stated.. Great buy!

Ironfire
The Next Exit was recommended to me by a friend several years ago when she heard I was moving cross country. I have bought the new volume every year since then!
The format is simple and wonderful: for every interstate road in the country, the authors have listed the amenities at every single exit (and rest stop). You can use this book to look ahead and know just what you will find in the next 10 miles, 25 miles, 50 miles, 200 miles. Gas stations, medical facilities, hotels, camp grounds, and restaurants -- both chains and independents -- are all listed. Repair shops, drugstores, grocery stores and marts (like K Mart) also appear. It is perfect for traveling with children and the elderly. Or anyone who may have special needs. 24 hour services are highlighted in red.
The book does not contain tourist attractions (use AAA or a similar book for that), but as a practical guide to avoid lengthy scouting trips off the highway, it is invaluable. I won't travel again without it.

Kiutondyl
We purchased a "Next Exit" book when we did some rving a few years ago. It was helpful on long trips so when we decided to hit the road again, I purchased this latest version.

A bit disappointing. I don't remember the paper quality of the pages being so cheap. The symbols are in a lighter print than I remember. Since we are mainly looking for camping places to stop for the night, that makes them less easy to find on the page. A darker bolder ink on the symbols would make it so much more helpful. I would think that would be better no matter what feature you were looking for.

We purchased a Trailor Life at the same time. A much larger book, but more helpful if you are an rver interested in finding camping sites.

We haven't used this on a long trip as yet. If I think it should have a higher or lower rating after using it more, I will revise this review.

Ytli
I drove over the road for 15 years before I was taken out of work due to being
diagnosed with type 1 Diabetes.During that time I missed a lot of great stops
due to not knowing exactly what would have been a very beneficial stop for me
in terms of food, supplies, and even a nice place to spend the night. I bought
one of these through curiosity just wanting to see what I had missed all those year's of not knowing exactly what I had missed.Boy was I surprised. I'd have given any
thing if I had've had one of these on board of my rig with me. This wonderful
companion will greatly in-hance the travel of any one, over the road driver,
or simply the vacationer in search of what I missed out on all those years .
Buy it!! you will never regret it ................................Danny in Alabama

Obong
By simply pushing a button or two on the GPS one can ascertain fuel, food, lodging, attractions and emergency services at the next intersection. The information in this book is more detailed and probably more helpful in an emergency or when looking for something unusal, but how often does that happen? On one cross country trip we consulted it once. I don't mean to demean the author's effort, which obviously was considerable; I just wonder about the utility of the final product.

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