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|in = West Sussex
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|highway = {{Mgb|23}}
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|from = [[Clacket Lane Services north]]
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|from direction = [[London]]
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|from1 = [[Cobham Services south]]
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|from direction1 = [[London Heathrow]], [[Guildford]]
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|towards = [[Brighton]]
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|towards direction = [[Brighton]]
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|map = <map lat="51.08418690310821" lng="-0.19926881790165532" zoom="15" view="0" float="right" />
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'''Pease Pottage''' is a town and service station in [[England]].  
 
'''Pease Pottage''' is a town and service station in [[England]].  
  
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== Hitching out ==
 
== Hitching out ==

Revision as of 15:34, 15 July 2012

Service station Pease Pottage
in West Sussex at motorway M 23
← from
towards →
<map lat="51.08418690310821" lng="-0.19926881790165532" zoom="15" view="0" float="right" />
Features
highway crossing {{{crossing}}}
Facilities:
Hitchability:


Pease Pottage is a town and service station in England.


Hitching out

North towards London

The slip road from the Pease Pottage flyover down to the M23 (GB) can be used to hitch rides. It is a dual lane entry with a sharp bend so traffic is slowed.

Asking in the service station is also possible. Flying a sign at the services has also caught Brackers a few lifts even though its technically on the Southbound side.

South towards Brighton

Asking in the service station gets fast lifts to Brighton and the coast. Standing at the entrance of the petrol station and the exit of the services yields the best results and you capture all traffic.

Accommodation and Sleep

Pease Pottage service station is fairly large and it may be possible to find shelter in some of the woodland that surrounds the car park.

User Experiences

--Brackers 17:20, 11 July 2012 (CEST) - Hitched out of here twice, once yesterday. Headed North the other South. Both times picked up within 15 minutes.