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George Washington Bridge
or Lincoln Tunnel to Route 3 West,
or Garden State Parkway to I-280W to:
I-80 West to Exit 34B, Sparta NJ. Route 15 North to Route 206 North to Milford. At toll bridge, bear right. At first traffic light, GO STRAIGHT on Route 6 West for 12 miles. At the Exxon, turn right on Route 434 North for 2 miles. Bear left on Route 590 West for five miles. Cross railroad tracks and go 1/8th mile.
Newark Airport: Take I-78 West to Route 24 West to I-287 North to I-80 West then as above.
New York State Thruway: North from NYC to Exit 16. Route 17 West (I-86) to Exit 123, Port Jervis. Route 17M to I-84 West to Exit 1, Port Jervis. Left on Route 6 West/Main Street. At the 7th light (blinker), bear right on Route 97 North for 24 miles.Turn left to cross the Roebling Bridge into PA.
I-95 & Philadelphia: I-95 North to I-476 North to Route 22 East to Route 33 North to I-80 East. Take the Marshalls Creek Exit and Route 209 North (not business 209) to Milford PA. Straight thru light at Dimmick Inn onto Route 6 West for 12 miles. At Exxon, turn right on Route 434 North for 2 miles. Bear left on Route 590 West for five miles. Cross railroad tracks and go 1/8th mile.
Wilkes-Barre: I-81 North to I-84 East to Exit 34, Lords Valley. Left onto Route 739 for 1 mile to first crossroad. At 84 Lumber, turn right on Well Road/Route 434 North for 6 miles to stop sign at Route 6. Go straight across the Route 6 intersection and continue on Route 434 North for 2 more miles. Bear left on Route 590 West for five miles.Cross railroad tracks and go 1/8th mile.
By Air: The closest airports are Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AVP), Stewart-Newburgh (SWF), and Newark NJ (EWR). The nearest fly-in airport (6000' asphalt runway) is Sullivan County International (KMSV) near Monticello NY, phone 845.583.6600.
Fuel Saving Tips
- Slow down
One of the best ways to save gas is to simply reduce your speed
- Check your tire pressure
Under-inflated tires are one of the most commonly ignored causes of bad mileage.
- Check your air filter
A dirty air filter impedes the flow of air into the engine, this can also hurt your gas mileage.
- Accelerate with care
Quick starts are an obvious fuel-waster.
- Consider shutting off the air conditioner
- Clean out your car
Periodically go through your car it doesn't take much to acquire an extra 40 or 50 lbs. of stuff. The more weight your car has to lug around, the more gas it will burn.
If you're looking for a new car,
start thinking smaller.