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I will be traveling from New York to Texas with someone who has claustrophobia and will need to avoid tunnels. We will take the route N.Y, Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas, etc. Does anyone know how I can check the highways to make sure there are no tunnel once we are out NYC, particularly the highways in the mountainous areas of Virginia and Tennessee.
Any suggestions are welcomed...

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