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I don't really think much of the guide. A lot of the information on it is bad info, I think. Heck, I got more than 2000 miles under my belt in the last two months without ever leaving the Northwest US, and that was taking it slow.
 

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i've noticed that most of the time I've ever seen a How-to of hitchhiking or a zine or a book it was always written by someone who had maybe one or two trips equalling up to a 1000 or 2000 miles. They were usually full of information that seemed pretty pointless and advice that made no sense or had no real pertinence.

I always thought hitchhiking was pretty common sense....take bus/walk/bike to on-ramp/edge of town. Stand where people can see you...hold out sign if you wish...get in car.

I am excluding a whole world of variables here but do a couple 4 or 5 thousand mile jaunts and you'll start to get the hang of it.
 

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