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Don't like driving mountains and bridges

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I am going to be taking a family trip with mom and 3 kids from Joplin, MO to Tuscaloosa, AL.
Driving is our only means of getting there that we can afford. I don't like driving on hilly, windy roads with shoulder drop offs. I am OK with some bridges as long as they are not too long.
I have kind of mapped out Joplin to Springfield to West Plains to Jonesboro to Memphis to Tupelo, then either south and east or east then south to Tuscaloosa. It is estimated about 13 hr drive time.
I don't want to be much longer, but want to feel safe driving. Any thoughts, or better roads to travel? I know 63S is not my favorite north of West Plains, but never been south of there.
Thank you for your input.

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