Surface streets are one thing. Freeways with road caves are another thing altogether.
Just drove around the US and the conditions on I-70 in parts of Indiana and Ohio were shameful.
Between the deep, wheel destroying holes and the endless supply of tractor trailers hogging the fast lane, I abandoned I-70 at Dayton (after seeing the spectacular USAF Museum there) and ended up crossing Ohio on US 50 and US 35 to I-79 in West Virginia and I-68 in WV and Maryland to then link up with I-70 in Maryland. Dramatically better roads with almost mo trucks or road caves whatsoever. Highly recommended.
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