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'''Virginia''' is one of the hardest states of the [[USA]] to hitch in, particularly the Southern part of it.  Nobody will stop for you, and the cops will be very nasty if you get on the freeway.
 
'''Virginia''' is one of the hardest states of the [[USA]] to hitch in, particularly the Southern part of it.  Nobody will stop for you, and the cops will be very nasty if you get on the freeway.
  
Not so difficult but definitely stay off the interstate freeways. It is legal to hitchhike on other roads. Good state for train hopping. Almost all trains lead in or out of Roanoke.  
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Not so difficult but definitely stay off the interstate freeways. It is legal to hitchhike on other roads. Good state for train hopping. Almost all trains lead in or out of Roanoke.
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The Appalachian Mountain region of Western Virginia makes for the easiest hitching in the state, particularly near the Appalachian Trail where hikers regularly hitch to and from nearby towns.
  
 
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Revision as of 07:01, 20 March 2009

Virginia is one of the hardest states of the USA to hitch in, particularly the Southern part of it. Nobody will stop for you, and the cops will be very nasty if you get on the freeway.

Not so difficult but definitely stay off the interstate freeways. It is legal to hitchhike on other roads. Good state for train hopping. Almost all trains lead in or out of Roanoke.

The Appalachian Mountain region of Western Virginia makes for the easiest hitching in the state, particularly near the Appalachian Trail where hikers regularly hitch to and from nearby towns.

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