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When heading to Belgium highway number 4 is a decent option. There are no comfortable ways (other than luck) to get on the highway to Kassel [[A38_(Germany)|A38]]. Though if there's somebody taking you to the A38 make sure you get a long lift. There is only one [ service station] before reaching the [[A7_(Germany)|A7]] near [[Göttingen]]/[[Kassel]].
You can take bus 131 from Main Station (Leipzig Hauptbahnhof) or Merseburgerstrasse that will take you all the way close to the A9 (alight at B131B181/Dölzig). At the bus stop you can easily get a lift in all directions. All day long heavy traffic yay ;-) [[User:Halt, Stop! Reudnitz kommt.|Craig]]'s waiting times average at 15 mins for direction [[Cologne]] (West) or [[Nuremberg]] (South), 20 mins direction [[Berlin]] (North).
First you have to go south on the A9, use a sign "A9 Süd", there's a gas station on the highway 30 km south from Leipzig, there you can find a ride going West - the on-ramp on the side away from Leipzig is slightly more spacious (but not spacious) and there was a little more traffic when [[User:Guaka|guaka]] was hitching from there on Thursday around noon.