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I live in Murfreesboro, and I don't get to Nashville very often. There aren't a lot of riders down here, and I'd like to drive Nashville at some point. Where would be the best place to start?
 

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Not to be sarcastic, but I'd suggest heading to Nashville and finding out. I drove into town (on I-40) a few days ago with my app turned on, and I couldn't escape Nashville before I picked up three rides. Although it wasn't on my route, the airport looked very lonely -- showing a wait time of 0-10 minutes, so that might be a good place to start, given your location.
 

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No sarcasm detected, lol. I figured that was really the only way to do it, was to jump right in. I may give Murfreesboro another try tomorrow morning, and if I don't get much then I'll head towards Nashville.
 

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Probably the best time to learn a city is to drive Sunday morning from 6 a.m. for a few hours.

Little traffic then, and you can stop and look at signs. restaurants, stores that you wouldn't notice rushing by with traffic honking if you even dared slow down and try to learn.
 

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Probably the best time to learn a city is to drive Sunday morning from 6 a.m. for a few hours.

Little traffic then, and you can stop and look at signs. restaurants, stores that you wouldn't notice rushing by with traffic honking if you even dared slow down and try to learn.
I went up last Sunday, and there was almost no traffic. Thank you so much for that suggestion, as it was incredibly helpful.
 
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