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Bangalore to Indore Via hyderrabad & nagpur


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Hi , 

I am planning to drive in my Honda Janz  from Bangalore to Indore via Nagpur, will it be possible to cross GHAT ZONES in small car (honda Janz )?

Also please suggest what is the best place for night stay in this COVID time.

 

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Viru

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Hi Viru,

Trust all is well at your end.

Honda Jazz is a good car to drive on any roads. I too have the same car and I drive all across irrespective of ghat roads or any terrain except the soft wet roads.

Without any hesitation you can drive to Indore.

When are you planning to travel and which will be your exit point for e-pass as Bengaluru is still under lockdown.

Wishing you a safe n comfortable journey.

Good luck.

Prashant K Mathur

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Thanks Prashant , your comments gives me lot of confidence. I have never drove such long distances anytime before.

I am planning in mid-September. Plan is as follows -

Start 4 am from Bangalore , overnight stay in Nizamabad (not sure if I can find some good hotels there).

I hope with e-pass there should not be any problem to enter Telangana and Maharashtra.

Then start 3 am from Nizamabad and continue till Indore Via Nagpur and Betul.

Actually i don't want to stay overnight because of COVID but it seems there is no other way.

 

Any other suggestion regarding route , hotel stay etc are very much welcome.

 

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Viru

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Hi Viru,

 

I am also thinking to go to Indore in end of September. Is there any reason you chose these route rather than suggested by Google (BLR-SOLAPUR_AURANGABAD-DHULE-INDORE). It is around 200km shorter than the Nagpur route. I am also going for the first time, so also not sure much about road condition.

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On 9/1/2020 at 5:40 PM, pls86 said:

Hi Viru,

 

I am also thinking to go to Indore in end of September. Is there any reason you chose these route rather than suggested by Google (BLR-SOLAPUR_AURANGABAD-DHULE-INDORE). It is around 200km shorter than the Nagpur route. I am also going for the first time, so also not sure much about road condition.

Hi Viru,

I hope you had nice and safe travel to Indore from Bangalore. I'm planning to travel next weekend to Ujjain with my family in Ford Ecosport. Can you please share your experience and following:

- What route did you take to reach indore Via Aurangabad or Via Nagpur / Betul or any other.

- How was the road condition and drive time?

- Where did you have your night stay?

- How about the eat out points through out the route?

- How was the internet connectivity throughout the route (for google maps)

Kindly share your inputs as they will be really helpful and appreciated.

 

Regards,

Abhinav S Jain

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If you are planning to go Via Hyderabad. 
 

Bangalore to Nagpur roads are excellent. 
If you start early in the morning from Bangalore, you can plan your stay at Nizamabad. 
If you can push till Nagpur, it will be an easy drive for you on the next day. 

 

Bangalore to Hyderabad has plenty of food options, Hyderabad to Nagpur has pretty limited options.
Not sure about Nagpur to Indore. 

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Hi All,

I traveled from Bangalore to Ujjain on 18/12/20. Few points to I experienced:

- Food options are very limited on this full stretch (Sply if you are vegetarian). You may see lot of of Dhabas but may not prefer to halt due to conditions of these places.

- till Nagpur you will get 1 or 2 CCDs only. No McD on the full stretch.

- About 150 KMs before Hyderabad (ORR), you will get good Food Court.

- Cross 100 KMPH on ORR and you will have auto challan for your vehicle. there are chances of getting multiple challans as well and each one costs about 1400/-. So have a continuous check on your ODO meter.

- While crossing Andhra, you will get Speed breakers on the highway & some are really bad. So be careful.

- Carry enough water & eatables with you sply with family & Kids.

- Certain stretches will have less petrol pumps, so don't take chances.

- Some places road work is going on which might take some time.

- Can push to Nagpur in a day but will be very tiring for a single driver. Adilabad to Nagpur Road is good but nothing much on this road not even the petrol pumps are available easily. One particular patch of about 100mts is bad. Take your call accordingly.

- No proper place to stay in Nirmal or Adilabad by-pass. You might need to go into the cities to find stay-able lodge / hotel.

- Can take a rest in night on 24-hrs open Petrol pumps (with good lighting).

- Keep your documents up-to-date as you will get MH police on Maharashtra/MP Border stopping almost all vehicles and doing challans.

- Don't take diversion at Betul for Indore / Ujjain as Road till Sihore is very bad (under Construction)

 

Hope these points will be useful for many people.

 

Regards,

Abhinav S Jain

 

 

 

 

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