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Quickest route from Seattle Washington to Miami Florida

* I just want to go from Seattle to Miami ASAP with no interest in stops or tourism. I will be performing this drive with my dad and we will alternate. I just care about speed, nothing else.

Seattle (Washington) Miami (Florida)

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Mary from Leicester
Seattle to Miami using the suggested route below is roughly 3300 miles. It'll take at least 50 hours of driving without issues with road congestion/construction/navigation errors or any stops for fuel, food or rest.
1. From Seattle follow I-90 east, passing through or near SpokaneBozemanRapid Cityand Chamberlain.
2. Leave I-90 in Sioux Falls and take I-29 south, passing through or near Sioux CityOmaha and Saint Joseph (Missouri)
3. Leave I-29 in Kansas City (Kansas) and take I-70 east to and through St. Louis before continuing on I-64 east.
Follow I-64 east to the outskirts of Mount Vernon (Illinois) then continue southwards on I-57.
5.  A few miles after Marion (Illinois) IL take I-24 south-east to Chattanooga where it meets I-75. Take I-75 southwards.
6.  Follow I-75 south, passing through or near DaltonAtlantaValdosta and Gainesville.
7.  Leave I-75 to take US-27 (Florida's Turnpike) east towards and past Orlando.
8. Stay on Florida's Turnpike toll road passing through or near Saint Cloud (Florida)Yeehaw Junction (Florida) and Port St. Lucie .  
9.  Continue southwards on Florida's turnpike, passing through or near West Palm BeachBoca Raton and  Fort Lauderdale  to Miami.  

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Thanks a lot for this!. This is super valuable info to have going in. Do you have any tips / strategies that I could use to improve speed?

What average speed you manage on any journey depends on weather and traffic congestion. Apart from listening to local radio stations you can't do anything about weather or road construction congestion but maybe try to avoid travelling near larger cities during commuter times (?5.30-8.30am and 4-7pm?). Perhaps plan food/rest stops during those periods? And make sure both of you know how to use googlemaps on a phone so you can work out diversions in case of road closures due to accidents or construction.

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