Route advice

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by greetys, Apr 25, 2009.

  1. greetys

    greetys Read Only Funster

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    Hope there is someone that can help,in July we will be in Scotland staying at Braemar we then move onto Nairn.
    Having looked at route planners AA suggest using the A939 (71 miles),the RAC says to use the A9 going back into Perth (142 miles)
    Our question is really is the A939 suitable to use in a motorhome?

    Thanks dont want to rip side out of narrow roads.:BigGrin:
     
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    DESCO Read Only Funster

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    Hi Greetys:welcome: I notice this is your first post.

    Have used the A939 many times you should have no problems. I think that you will enjoy the ride through to Nairn.


    Dave
     
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    greetys Read Only Funster

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    Hi dave
    thanks for the quick reply looks like it will be that route.
    I be ok as long as other half keeps his eyes on the road if it a scenic drive never been in that area before looking forward to it.

    greetys.
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    Google earth routing says take the A939.:thumb:

    distance 69.1 miles:thumb:

    RAC routing is generally rubbish and can send you many, many miles out of your way to get to the same place.:Angry:
     
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