- The Long Road Just Got Shorter
Easy to use and saves you time and money when you are on the road.
And its FREE for the traveler to use!

Just access your mobile phone browser (95% of phone's have one) and type in (no www required) to start milesurfing and start saving money and travel time!


The interface.
Its Free!
Just type in your cell phone browser.
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US Interstate Highway Road Signs

US Interstate Highway Road Signs


Typical Mile Marker signs. Found along US Interstate Highways.

The layout takes into consideration the way US Interstate Highways are designed and therefore is obvious to the traveler.
Its easy to find whats "up the road"

Step 1. Find the state you are driving in from the drop down box.
Step 2. Choose the direction you are traveling in from the drop down box
Step 3. Enter the Interstate Highway you are driving on
Step 4. Look to the right side of the road for the next mile marker - Enter it in
Press Search

The system will display the next set of road exit services by category available with the exit and road mile marker displayed for easy location finding. The system also has the ability to look ahead for hundreds of miles for services that are available 'up the road'. (See the Demo now)
Once a user selects a category (example - restaurants) they will see a list of restaurants to choose from located off that exit. Selecting from the list they will receive detailed information about that service like detailed directions to a service, hours of operation, telephone numbers, specials, coupons, menu items etc.
It’s that easy!

Find Fuel Services - Restaurants - Lodging - Campgrounds RV Parks
Tourist Attractions - Rest Areas - Food / Fuel Stop - Antique Shops
Shopping - Motorcycle Services -Tow & Repair - Truck stops

Some of the travel information you can find in the portal

gas types available
gas prices
hours of operation
clean rest rooms
restaurant specials
phone numbers
in a hurry? phone in a pick up
order to save time
local events
campground capacity
RV dump areas
parking areas
shopping areas / antique shops
tow services truck or car repair
motorcycle shops / repair
alternative fuels
and more...
Hotel Specials
vacancy status
internet access
kids play area
rest areas
pet friendly areas
daily menus
mechanic on duty
stacks_image_EE2A9B51-E560-4F27-B701-09145BF2CC0A was designed for mobile phones and to be easy and fun to use.
Text based so there's no confusing maps to follow.
Just quick, simple, useful highway service information.

More Cool Features

Until now, most cell phones were just one form of communication device. From now on they can be used by the 1.5 billion cell phone users throughout the world today as a powerful road traveler information platform as well.

Three Advanced Search Filters

On the Home
page there are 2 filters or advanced search fields for your searching convenience.
And a Fuel Type Search field in the fuels category area.

Once a user inputs their desired location parameters (State - Direction - Highway - Mile Marker) a user has the option to search by Category or Business Name.

Category Search
For a Category Search once a user inputs their location a user simply selects a category from the drop down box of listed categories then Selects Search. The system will display a list of business services from that category with mile marker and Exit the business is located.
Select a business and fresh information about that business will display showing specials, pricing and other useful information they can use. Saving a traveler time and money.

Business Name Search
For a Business Name search a user just inputs the name of the business they want to find and the system will search the data for that business name and will return the results with the business name, mile marker and exit the business is located.
Select a business and fresh information about that business will display showing specials, pricing and other useful information. Saving a traveler time and money.
A traveler can look further ahead and find services they may desire hundreds of miles ahead along their route.

Fuel Type Search
After a user inputs their desired location parameters (State - Direction - Highway - Mile Marker) a user looking for a specific fuel type just selects Search and chooses the Fuel Services Category. Once in the Fuel Services Category a input field will give the user the option to input their fuel type desired. (gas, diesel,CNG etc.) Select the “Search by Fuel Type” button and the data will display a list of fuel stations with that type of fuel available.

For a live online demo

Thank You for using! We know you will enjoy and find our application useful in your travels.

With SM
The Long Road Just Got Shorter!


Interstate Highway Road Travel Navigation Tips

Here are a few tips you may not know that will help you become a better navigator. When you're traveling in unfamiliar territory, Interstate numbers give you valuable clues to your location and direction, if you know how to read them.

Here's the key:

One or two digit even numbered Interstates are always east-west routes. The numbers increase from south (I-10) to north (I-94).

One or two digit odd-numbered Interstates are always north - south routes. Numbers increase from the West Coast (I-5) to the East Coast (I-95).

TIP: Since not all Interstates run due east-west or north-south, the closest cardinal direction that applies to most of the road is used. So, even if a stretch of an east-west Interstate shifts to the south for a while, it is still considered an east-west highway.

Three-Digit Interstates

Interstate highways with three-digit numbers connect to other major highways. If the first of the three digits is an even number, the highway usually connects to another Interstate at both ends - often in a circular "beltway" or loop.

If the first of the three digits is an odd number, the highway is usually a "spur" route that connects with an Interstate at only one end, sometimes going into a city center.

Counting Mile Markers

Have you noticed those small markers along the side of Interstate highways and some other roads? They are usually green or white and have the word MILE along with a number; some just have the number.

These "mile markers" show the number of miles from where the Interstate route entered the state in which you are traveling. The counting always begins at the state line in the south (for north-south routes) and in the west (for east-west routes). So, mile marker numbers always get larger as you travel east or north.

For example, if you enter North Carolina from South Carolina traveling on I-95, the mile markers will begin with "Mile 1" and get larger as you drive north through the state. When you cross the state line into Virginia, you will see "Mile 1" again.

TIP: When a major highway or Interstate originates inside a state, the numbering begins (south-to-north or west-to-east) from the junction where the road begins.

Knowing how to read mile markers can help you:

Know exactly where you are.
Determine how far it is to your destination.
Do your planning before a trip.
Give an exact location if you have to call for roadside assistance.

Interchanges and Mile Markers
Each state uses one of these systems for numbering its Interstate interchanges:

Some states link Interstate interchange numbers to mile markers, so that the number on the mile marker is the same as the number of the Interstate exit or interchange.

Exit 40 will be at or very close to Mile 40. This is a real aid to navigation and trip planning. For example, if your destination is Exit 50, you know it's only 10 miles away.

Some states number their Interstate interchanges consecutively, without linking them to mile markers. Exit 40 may be at Mile 140, and Exit 50 at Mile 240 - so don't make the mistake of thinking the next exits are only 10 miles apart.

Look at a map to figure out which system is being used. Also watch the exit and mile marker numbers to see if they match. But, remember:

If you enter a state from the south or west, the mile markers will begin with Mile 1. If you enter a state from the east or north, the first numbers you see will be large and they will get smaller as you travel.

There may be an Exit 1 immediately at Mile 1, but check the numbers further along the highway to see if they continue to match.

You may also see mile markers on roads off the Interstate system, but the markers and the numbering systems may be different from state to state - or even county to county. Watching these numbers will still be useful if you have to call for assistance.

Please obey all traffic laws for the use of cell phones / mobile phones with moving vehicles. We highly recommend pulling over or having passenger assistance when using a cell phone and a moving vehicle