Driving Interstate Highway 10

Interstate 10Interstate 10 (I-10) is the southernmost cross-country interstate highway in the American Interstate Highway System.

It stretches from the Pacific Ocean at State RouteĀ 1 (Pacific Coast Highway) in Santa Monica, California, to I-95 in Jacksonville, Florida.

This freeway is part of the originally planned Interstate Highway network that was laid out in 1956, and its last section was completed in 1990.

I-10 is the fourth-longest Interstate Highway in the United States, following I-90, I-80, and I-40. About one-third of its length is within the state of Texas, where the freeway spans the state at its widest breadth.

Source: Wikipedia


The articles below contain video of driving somewhere on Interstate Highway 10.

Houston, TX to Greenville, SC – Day 3 Crossing Mississippi and Alabama [Video]

Today we'll continue our trek across the southern States of Mississippi and Alabama on our way to Greenville, South Carolina. Having previously lived in both Mississippi and Alabama, I'll share a little personal history about those times in this video. If you haven't watched the previous videos in this series, I recommend you watch them first: Day 1: Hooking the Loaded Trailer in Houston Day 2: Crossing Louisiana on … [Read more...]

Houston, TX to Greenville, SC – Day 2 Crossing Louisiana on I-10 [Video]

Yesterday we picked up this load to Greenville, South Carolina in Houston, Texas and made it as far as the Flying J in Baytown, Texas after dealing with road construction and rush hour Houston traffic. If you haven't watched that video yet, I recommend you watch that video first: Hooking the Loaded Trailer in Houston Today, we'll only cover 290 miles to the Petro Travel Center in Hammond, Louisiana after slow downs due to a couple … [Read more...]

Houston, TX to Greenville, SC – Day 1 Hooking the Loaded Trailer [Video]

After making the five deliveries to Kroger grocery stores in the Houston area, I logged on to the load board to find a new load. I settled on a load that was ready to go and already sitting in Schneider's Houston drop yard. This load delivers in Greenville, South Carolina Wednesday night at 10 pm. It's about 3:30 pm on Monday; so, with about 950 miles with the deadhead to the yard and then on to Greenville, it'll be an easy two … [Read more...]