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ItsNotAboutTheMoney

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As at end 11/22/2022. As always assumes current blue dots are built. We've had a couple of sub-125 splitters this week so the 100 mile needed is down to 81.

Max SeparationNeeded12/31/2021
251336n/k
50462531
75203245
10081108
1253142
1501111

For fun, there's the US Numbered Highways:

Max SeparationNeeded12/31/2021
2553785508
5023682475
7513871458
100895969
125623674
150466503

(Remember that US Numbered Highways have quite a lot of concurrencies, or they parallel Interstates, so the actual numbers needed would be much less.)
 
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I admire your dedication with all this, Money.

If you eliminate the unbuilt interstates like 69 (I am 70, and I personally believe that this road will not be completed in its entirety in my remaining years), which are the culprits that are >150 miles?

Guessing without consulting a map: I94 might have one or two. Maybe in west Texas on 10? I think 80 is pretty much all at 100 miles or fewer now. I40 east of Okie City? The long stretches on 40 in the west are all under 150 now, I believe.
 

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I admire your dedication with all this, Money.

If you eliminate the unbuilt interstates like 69 (I am 70, and I personally believe that this road will not be completed in its entirety in my remaining years), which are the culprits that are >150 miles?

Guessing without consulting a map: I94 might have one or two. Maybe in west Texas on 10? I think 80 is pretty much all at 100 miles or fewer now. I40 east of Okie City? The long stretches on 40 in the west are all under 150 now, I believe.
You can look at the chart in the first post of this thread and mentally edit it.
 

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My methodology would be quite a bit more "loose" than yours. I wouldn't count all these "future interstates" and I wouldn't worry so much about the diversions. They are inconvenient, but when you are worrying about ending up on the side of the road vs. diverting 15-20 minutes to an inconveniently located supercharger, the choice is obvious.

So my list would be something like:

1) OKC-Van Buren 194mi
2) Laredo-San Antonio 164mi
3) Sheridan-Evansville* 154mi
4) ABQ-Truth or Consequences 150mi
5) Watertown-Fargo 147mi
6) Kingman-Flagstaff 147mi
7) Gallup-ABQ 145mi
8) Meridian-Birmingham 145mi

Honorable mention goes to Shelby-Fort MacLeod at 215 miles, although obviously a lot of that is in another country.

Sheridan-Evansville is two different interstates, but it's obviously going to be a common route for people in that area.

I didn't bother including Mount Vernon-Louisville because Haubstadt is about to open. I also didn't include Barstow-Needles (which is actually 147 miles) because Yermo is an easy bailout in the uphill direction (which is the only direction that matters) and it cuts the gap to <140 miles.

#2 and #8 are not much of a concern since the climate is favorable and there's no significant elevation change.

#1, #5, and #6 are probably the biggest issues to address.

#1 is really the only one that could be tough to make under certain conditions assuming one is aware of the large gap and actually trying to charge to near full and extend range to the extent possible.
Or you can look at my post #10 from about a year ago. #4 and #8 on this list have been addressed with new superchargers.
 
On the Socorro, NM thread @PLUS EV asked if I had a list of gaps 140 miles or greater.

Of course I do!
I posted there, but I figured I'd create a separate thread for it.

MAJOR EDIT:
Reorganized to::
1) Top 25 regular gaps not yet split
2) Gaps on "Future Interstates" or current fastest route between open segments
3) Open Splitters

SeqHwyFromStateToStateGapSplitterStateToFromNote
1I-44Start (Wichita FallsTX)CatoosaOK255.6+findus Tulsa, OK; Diversion: Oklahoma City, OK 10.5/18
2I-55GrenadaMSMinerMO239.4findus Southaven, MS Q1 2023; Diversion: Memphis, TN 23/27
3I-40Oklahoma CityOKVan BurenAR194.3findus Henryetta, OK 2023
4I-40OzarkARBrinkleyAR181.6
5I-35LaredoTXSchertzTX173.1San Antonio - E Basse RdTX160.116.5
6I-35ArdmoreOKPerryOK155.2Diversion: Oklahoma City, OK 19.8/27.5
7I-40KingmanAZFlagstaffAZ147
8I-40GallupNMAlbuquerqueNM144findus Grants, NM Q1 2023
9I-29WatertownSDFargoND143.1SissetonSD57.988.8+findus Sisseton, SD Q3 2022
10I-40Start (I-15 BarstowCA)NeedlesCA141
11I-26Asheville - Thetford StNCColumbia - Harbison BlvdSC138.3findus Spartanburg, SC Q1 2023
12I-94Start (I-90 near LockwoodMT)Miles CityMT137.3
13I-90BillingsMTSheridanWY135
14I-10WillcoxAZDemingNM134
15I-65GreenvilleALBirminghamAL133Diversion: Montgomery, AL 20.4/26
16I-30TexarkanaTXLittle RockAR132
17I-10El PasoTXVan HornTX131
18I-39Madison - East Towne MallWIEnd (US51/WI29 near WausauWI)130.9
19I-22TupeloMSBirminghamAL129
20I-90MitchellSDWorthingtonMN126.9Diversion: Sioux Falls, SD 14.3/17.5
21I-84WBoiseIDTwin FallsID126.5findus Mountain Home, ID 2023
22I-29St. JosephMOCouncil BluffsIA125.8
23I-80WinnemuccaNVElkoNV125.1CarlinNV104.520.9+findus Carlin, NV
24I-25Las VegasNMTrinidadCO124
24I-27Start (LubbockTX)End (AmarilloTX)124

Future:
SeqHwyFromStateToStateGapSplitterStateToFromNote
1I-69BrinkleyARKuttawaKY280.1Future Not;findus Blytheville, AR 2023
2I-49TexarkanaTXLowellAR250.3Future
6I-69WLaredo at MexicoTXVictoriaTX184Future
9I-69RichmondTXNacogdochesTX170Future
6I-74West CincinnatiOHHuntingtonWV158.7Future Not
15I-69NacogdochesTXTexarkanaAR145.9Future Not
25I-69TexarkanaARLittle RockTX132Future Not findus Arkadelphia, AR 2023
30I-11WickenburgAZKingmanAZ129.9Future
52I-11Las Vegas - Bridger AveNVBeattyNV118.4Las Vegas - W Tropical PkwyNV61.9107Future;

Open:
SeqHwyFromStateToStateGapSplitterStateToFromNote
2I-26AshevilleNCNorth CharlestonSC253.8Asheville - Thetford StNC5.7248.5
2I-26Asheville - Thetford StNCNorth CharlestonSC248.5OrangeburgSC180.469
2I-29Sioux FallsSDFargoND241.6WatertownSD102.6143.1
3I-69KuttawaKYBloomingtonIN212Haubstadt - Ruffian WayIN108.9103.5
3I-64Mount VernonILLouisvilleKY195.1Haubstadt - Ruffian WayIN81.4112.6
5I-26Asheville - Thetford StSCOrangeburgSC180.4Columbia - Harbison BlvdSC138.342.9
7I-25Truth or ConsequencesNMAlbuquerqueNM150.2SocorroNM138.342.9
8I-69CStart (I-2/US-83 PharrTX)End (George WestTX)149.5AliceTX108.841.1Future and current
9I-49JoplinMOEnd (I-435 near Kansas CityMO)148.3NevadaMO41.482.2
10I-59MeridianMSBirminghamAL144.8CottondaleAL49.249.2
10I-20MeridianMSBirminghamAL144.8CottondaleAL96.649.2
13I-5Grants PassORSpringfieldOR138.4Myrtle CreekOR46.992.4
16I-84WThe DallesORPendletonOR134BoardmanOR81.852.4
15I-95AugustaMEMedwayME133.1WatervilleME19.1114.4
19I-55MinerMOMehlvilleMO132Cape GirardeauMO33.198.8
18I-25TrinidadCOColorado SpringsCO131.7PuebloCO88.144.6
23I-76ECarlislePAEnd (I-295 near CamdenNJ)130Denver E OnlyPA66.140.2
23I-77Charlotte - Northlake Centre PkwyNCWythevilleVA129MooresvilleNC19.2112.7
23I-11Start (NogalesAZ)Casa GrandeAZ129Tucson - W River RdAZ73.956.2
24I-74ArchdaleNCEnd (NC41 at LumbertonNC)128.8RockinghamNC75.249.9
20I-65MobileALGreenvilleAL128.3EvergreenAL94.234.7
25I-10ChannelviewTXLake CharlesLA127.6BaytownTX9118.8
25I-69IndianapolisINFort WayneIN127.3Fort Wayne - Illinois RdIN121.17.3
27I-40CaryNCWallaceNC126GarnerNC34.953.3
25I-43Start (I-39 near BeloitWI)SheboyganWI125.8GlendaleWI7749.4
33I-20LithoniaGAAugusta - Belair Frontage RdGA123MadisonGA44.180
37I-15Las Vegas - Central ParkwayNVSt. GeorgeUT121.9MesquiteNV80.142.9
37I-49AlexandriaLAShreveportLA121.3NatchitochesLA42.968.5
41I-57MinerMOMount VernonIL119.8MarionIL78.941.9
40I-10BaytownTXLake CharlesLA118.7Beaumont - Walden RdTX57.461.9
43I-20MonroeLAPearlMS118.4VicksburgMS71.248.8
41I-40AlbuquerqueNMSanta RosaNM116.8Albuquerque - Louisiana Blvd NENM3.7114.5
51I-85BufordGAGreenvilleSC115.9Fair PlaySC69.147
51I-64Start (I-70 at WentzvilleMO)Mount VernonIL115.5BrentwoodMO31.784.8
51I-88WStart (I-80 near MolineIL)North AuroraIL116RochelleIL77.740.9
54I-74ChampaignILSpeedwayIN114.4VeedersburgIN56.959.4
57I-80Chicago O’HareILMishawakaIN113.7Rolling Prairie - S Knute Rockne Plaza EIN88.225.5
53I-77MooresvilleNCWythevilleVA112.7Mt Airy - Graceland LnNC66.747.4
63I-70IndependenceMOColumbia - W BroadwayMO111.9ConcordiaMO44.767.7
63I-10SlidellLAMobileAL111.2D’IbervilleMS57.155.8
57I-91West LebanonNHEnd (Canada @ Derby LineNH)109.7St. JohnsburyVT65.945.8
65I-35OlatheKSBethanyMO109.6LibertyMO33.876.7
66I-44RollaMOEnd (I-70 St LouisMO)109.3St. LouisMO103.56.4
67I-75TiftonGAMacon - Tom Hill Sr RdGA109CordeleGA40.570.4
71I-55NormalILBolingbrookIL108DwightIL53.755
73I-10MobileALCrestviewFL107.4RobertsdaleAL34.274
77I-65Bowling GreenKYLouisville - Preston HwyKY105.9ElizabethtownKY70.136.5
78I-80MaumeeOHStrongsvilleOH105Genoa - Wyandot Service Plaza EOH18.786.8
67I-70SalinaKSTopekaKS104.5AbileneKS23.581.7
75I-20ShreveportLAMonroeLA104.4RustonLA70.334.6
74I-16Start (I-75 at MaconGA)MetterGA103.1DublinGA50.653.2
83I-94Eau ClaireWIMaustonWI102.7TomahWI74.529
86I-80GothenburgNEGrand IslandNE102KearneyNE62.441.9
85I-20ArlingtonTXLindaleTX101Dallas - S Riverfront BlvdTX16.888.7
92I-69VictoriaTXRichmondTX100.9WhartonTX68.933.2
thanks for the info.

Regarding the line for Carlisle, Pa item in the chart,
there is a Supercharger in Denver , Pa on I76/PA-turnpike eastbound that I have used.
This is between the 266 and 326 mile markers, but I can't recall the exact place.
There is a west-bound charger at milemarker 305.
 

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thanks for the info.

Regarding the line for Carlisle, Pa item in the chart,
there is a Supercharger in Denver , Pa on I76/PA-turnpike eastbound that I have used.
This is between the 266 and 326 mile markers, but I can't recall the exact place.
There is a west-bound charger at milemarker 305.

Yes, I already had Denver as the splitter after Carlisle, PA.
The distances given all following the standard numbering directions, I-odd south to north and I-even west to east, so the westbound travel plazas are ignored.
 
If you can find me the actual start and end points of the Interstates I'll record them.
They're unsigned, not on OSM or Google Maps and Wikipedia doesn't have the details, unlike other Interstates and US Numbered Highways..
For example A-1 goes from somewhere in Anchorage to Alcan Border, with a route on AK-1 and then some AK-2 east from Tok.
A-2 is Tok to Fairbanks, so is probably just part of AK-2, although it could be some of
A-3 is Soldotna to Anchorage, which is a chunk of AK-1.
A-4 is Gateway (near Palmer), AK to Fairbanks, AK and seems to match with AK-3.

I think it's just easier to deal with them as numbered state highways.
Short version: A-3 begins 3/4 mile before the Soldotna supercharger and ends at 6th Avenue in Anchorage where A-1 begins. Interstate A-1 continues to the Canadian Border. The supercharger in Chugiak is along A-1. A-1 joins briefly with Interstate A-2 along the way, between Glennallen and Gakona. Details below, and info on the roads in Canada necessary to make the trip between the superchargers in Chugiak, AK and Prince George, BC. There are two main routes of interest: sticking to the famous Alcan, and the shortest route.

It is confusing: I was driving home to Homer, AK from Anchorage, AK the other day and the car's navigator voice told me to "bear right to stay on the Seward Highway", when actually going straight would keep me on the Seward Highway and bearing right would put me on the Sterling Highway.... Up here, for better or worse, we refer to the highways by name; few residents could tell you which (Alaska) route number any particular highway is. No-one gives directions by route number...and nobody in Alaska besides me and a handful of bureaucrats knows anything about the interstate highway system numbers here. And, aside from a 40 mile stretch between Anchorage and Palmer, no-one driving on them would mistake any of these roads for an interstate highway!

Heading from Alaska to the Lower 48, Alaska Route 1 (different than Interstate A-1) begins as the Sterling Highway in Homer, AK at the junction of Pioneer Ave, and continues under a variety of names to Tok, AK. Alaska 1 becomes Interstate A-3 at the jct of the Kenai Spur Highway, 3/4 mile before the supercharger on Kleeb Loop in Soldotna, AK. The Sterling Hwy changes to the Seward Highway at an intersection about 30 miles N of Seward, but remains Alaska 1. Interstate A-3 proceeds to Anchorage where it ends at Interstate A-1 (and the Glenn Highway- still Alaska 1) at a right-hand turn at 6th Avenue. Interstate A-1 continues as the Glenn Hwy. past the last supercharger you'll see for 1852 miles, in Chugiak/Birchwood, through Palmer to Glennallen, AK where A-1 joins the Richardson Highway (Alaska 4, Interstate A-2) for a few miles to Gakona, where A-1 continues alone as the Tok Cut-off to Tok, AK where Alaska 1 ends at the Alaska Highway, which is Alaska Route 2, but still Interstate A-1, to the Canadian border. (The northern terminus of the Alaska Highway is in Fairbanks, AK)

Helpfully, in Canada Interstate A-1 continues as Yukon Territory Route 1 (YT1), where it is named the Al(aska-)Can(ada Highway), to Contact Creek, where the Alcan becomes British Columbia Route 97 (BC97) to Dawson Creek and the rest of civilization (there are actually two or three remote segments where YT1 enters BC, and then swings back into the Yukon, where I think technically YT1 changes back to BC97, then back to YT1...). Along the Alcan, it's a shorter distance to the next supercharger if you leave the Alcan and bypass Dawson Creek (mile 0 of the Alcan) by taking BC Route 29 at Ft St John, then back onto BC 97 at Chetwynd, and on to Prince George and the next supercharger after Chugiak/Birchwood. However, most travelers might be interested in the gap sticking to the famous Alcan.

HOWEVER, THE shortest route between the superchargers, which is probably of greater interest here, follows BC Route 37, the Cassiar Highway, which, heading from Alaska, leaves YT1 about 10 miles west of Watson Lake, YT (well before Contact Creek) and continues south to the junction with BC Route 16, the Yellowhead Highway, which leads east to the supercharger in Prince George, 1852 miles from the supercharger at Chugiak/Birchwood.

Most tourists drive the Alcan from milepost 0 at Dawson Creek to get to AK, because that's the thing to do, and because the Cassiar is very remote, without many services, and probably still carries a reputation for being rougher, although it was paved more than 25 years ago. It is narrower and has few lane markings. Probably the majority of Alaskans heading south also take the Alcan to either Dawson Creek, or they bypass Dawson Creek though Chetwynd to Prince George, depending on where in the Lower 48 they are headed. BC37, the Cassiar, is 89 miles shorter between superchargers, but the Alcan is only 36 minutes longer to Prince George, according to Google Maps (taking the BC29 cutoff). The route is not a straightforward interstate connection, but these are the only roads connecting Alaska to the rest of the N American Highway system. I hope this helps.
 
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Splitter! On I-69 Washington, IN splits 103.5 miles, 47.7 miles from Haubstadt - Ruffian Way, IN, 57.7 miles to Bloomington, IN.
It's also a significant hole-filler, being a splitter on US-50 or US-150.


And Washington,IN is now open and added to the open splitters table..
 
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Short version: A-3 begins 3/4 mile before the Soldotna supercharger and ends at 6th Avenue in Anchorage where A-1 begins. Interstate A-1 continues to the Canadian Border. The supercharger in Chugiak is along A-1. A-1 joins briefly with Interstate A-2 along the way, between Glennallen and Gakona. Details below, and info on the roads in Canada necessary to make the trip between the superchargers in Chugiak, AK and Prince George, BC. There are two main routes of interest: sticking to the famous Alcan, and the shortest route.

It is confusing: I was driving home to Homer, AK from Anchorage, AK the other day and the car's navigator voice told me to "bear right to stay on the Seward Highway", when actually going straight would keep me on the Seward Highway and bearing right would put me on the Sterling Highway.... Up here, for better or worse, we refer to the highways by name; few residents could tell you which (Alaska) route number any particular highway is. No-one gives directions by route number...and nobody in Alaska besides me and a handful of bureaucrats knows anything about the interstate highway system numbers here. And, aside from a 40 mile stretch between Anchorage and Palmer, no-one driving on them would mistake any of these roads for an interstate highway!

Heading from Alaska to the Lower 48, Alaska Route 1 (different than Interstate A-1) begins as the Sterling Highway in Homer, AK at the junction of Pioneer Ave, and continues under a variety of names to Tok, AK. Alaska 1 becomes Interstate A-3 at the jct of the Kenai Spur Highway, 3/4 mile before the supercharger on Kleeb Loop in Soldotna, AK. The Sterling Hwy changes to the Seward Highway at an intersection about 30 miles N of Seward, but remains Alaska 1. Interstate A-3 proceeds to Anchorage where it ends at Interstate A-1 (and the Glenn Highway- still Alaska 1) at a right-hand turn at 6th Avenue. Interstate A-1 continues as the Glenn Hwy. past the last supercharger you'll see for 1852 miles, in Chugiak/Birchwood, through Palmer to Glennallen, AK where A-1 joins the Richardson Highway (Alaska 4, Interstate A-2) for a few miles to Gakona, where A-1 continues alone as the Tok Cut-off to Tok, AK where Alaska 1 ends at the Alaska Highway, which is Alaska Route 2, but still Interstate A-1, to the Canadian border. (The northern terminus of the Alaska Highway is in Fairbanks, AK)

Helpfully, in Canada Interstate A-1 continues as Yukon Territory Route 1 (YT1), where it is named the Al(aska-)Can(ada Highway), to Contact Creek, where the Alcan becomes British Columbia Route 97 (BC97) to Dawson Creek and the rest of civilization (there are actually two or three remote segments where YT1 enters BC, and then swings back into the Yukon, where I think technically YT1 changes back to BC97, then back to YT1...). Along the Alcan, it's a shorter distance to the next supercharger if you leave the Alcan and bypass Dawson Creek (mile 0 of the Alcan) by taking BC Route 29 at Ft St John, then back onto BC 97 at Chetwynd, and on to Prince George and the next supercharger after Chugiak/Birchwood. However, most travelers might be interested in the gap sticking to the famous Alcan.

HOWEVER, THE shortest route between the superchargers, which is probably of greater interest here, follows BC Route 37, the Cassiar Highway, which, heading from Alaska, leaves YT1 about 10 miles west of Watson Lake, YT (well before Contact Creek) and continues south to the junction with BC Route 16, the Yellowhead Highway, which leads east to the supercharger in Prince George, 1852 miles from the supercharger at Chugiak/Birchwood.

Most tourists drive the Alcan from milepost 0 at Dawson Creek to get to AK, because that's the thing to do, and because the Cassiar is very remote, without many services, and probably still carries a reputation for being rougher, although it was paved more than 25 years ago. It is narrower and has few lane markings. Probably the majority of Alaskans heading south also take the Alcan to either Dawson Creek, or they bypass Dawson Creek though Chetwynd to Prince George, depending on where in the Lower 48 they are headed. BC37, the Cassiar, is 89 miles shorter between superchargers, but the Alcan is only 36 minutes longer to Prince George, according to Google Maps (taking the BC29 cutoff). The route is not a straightforward interstate connection, but these are the only roads connecting Alaska to the rest of the N American Highway system. I hope this helps.
Thank you so much for all the details. Was wondering if I could see Alaska in my MX. May be worth a try!
 
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Thank you so much for all the details. Was wondering if I could see Alaska in my MX. May be worth a try!
Oh yeah- get a CCS adapter if enabled, if not a chademo. It's a lot easier in summer, and a lot easier than when I did it in my Refresh S last October! Just plan on spending plenty of time, I spent 9 days, but that was extraordinary due to the pandemic restrictions and RV parks being closed in autumn...
 
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Just pathetic splitter!

On I-10 El Paso - Eastlake Blvd, TX will split 130.5 miles, 28 miles from El Paso, TX, 103.3 miles to Van Horn, TX.
That's #18 in the table of largest gaps. The pathetic split will create a new gap way further down my list of gaps greater than 100 miles.

 

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Just pathetic splitter!

On I-10 El Paso - Eastlake Blvd, TX will split 130.5 miles, 28 miles from El Paso, TX, 103.3 miles to Van Horn, TX.
That's #18 in the table of largest gaps. The pathetic split will create a new gap way further down my list of gaps greater than 100 miles.

That's not really a splitter. It's more of a capacity booster in east El Paso.
Remember that there are 3 reasons to put in Supercharger sites: Coverage, Capacity, and Convenience, with overlap between these reasons.
Splitters are more for convenience so that one does not need to time ones's travel so precisely.
Capacity adds are because existing ones are overcrowded, either from local use or high-traffic areas
Coverage ones are because, without them, there would be no way to get somewhere (ALCAN Highway or Thedford, NE would be places that need these)
 
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Just pathetic splitter!

On I-10 El Paso - Eastlake Blvd, TX will split 130.5 miles, 28 miles from El Paso, TX, 103.3 miles to Van Horn, TX.
That's #18 in the table of largest gaps. The pathetic split will create a new gap way further down my list of gaps greater than 100 miles.

Not that pathetic imo. This one will be quite useful. 130 miles is a long gap with 80mph speed limits. And when Las Cruces opens, it will be much easier for people doing short charges to go Van Horn-new El Paso supercharger-Las Cruces than it was using the old El Paso supercharger.
 

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Not that pathetic imo. This one will be quite useful. 130 miles is a long gap with 80mph speed limits. And when Las Cruces opens, it will be much easier for people doing short charges to go Van Horn-new El Paso supercharger-Las Cruces than it was using the old El Paso supercharger.

I know it'll be of real world use, but I have arbitrary targets I want them to hit!
 
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It might be a while before that gap gets smaller than 100 miles. There isn't much between El Paso and Van Horn. Not even sure if there is a proper truck stop. I think just a couple exits with crappy gas stations.
Yeah, I didn’t even realize there was a Van Horn when we first headed west past Fort Stockton on I-10, ha ha.
 
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It might be a while before that gap gets smaller than 100 miles. There isn't much between El Paso and Van Horn. Not even sure if there is a proper truck stop. I think just a couple exits with crappy gas stations.

I think the only place of any size between may be Fort Hancock. Oh, no, also Sierra Blanca.
Both very small, but more than a gas station.
 
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