Are We There Yet?

Rest stops are a comforting staple of the American highway system, but sometimes when you need one—really need one—in the midst of a long road trip, the closet exit to relieved bladders and stretched legs can seem miles away. How far apart are rest stops supposed to be placed on the interstate?

According to federal policy, about every half-hour of driving or so there should be a place to take a break. This includes state-run rest stops, commercial rest stops, and regular city exits—in...

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