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Highway Travel Just Got a Whole Lot Better at www.TravMatix.com

Highway Travel Just Got a Whole Lot Better at www.TravMatix.com

ASHLAND, Ky., March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the Travel Industry Association, Americans will drive over 1.1 billion miles during the calendar year. That means increased traffic on web-based map sites. An estimated 95 million will go to these sites looking for the safest most convenient routes to their destinations.

These millions of American travelers will not be fully satisfied with the Internet mapping information they find on their favorite site. Because what they desire most, their favorite web site doesn't offer -- customized highway exit information.

According to a 2005 national study by Strategic Insight, a marketing & research firm, there is nothing more important to the American automobile traveler than exit information. Knowing what to expect on unfamiliar highways increases safety and security and imparts peace of mind. Highway exit information is even more important to travelers than weather or traffic conditions.

Yet, there is only one place on the web that offers customized information for each highway exit along the traveler's route -- http://www.travmatix.com/.

This unique website has detailed information for every exit on every Interstate highway across the USA. Information such as hospitals, ATM's, baby changing tables, RV service centers, pay-at-pump locations, restaurants with buffets, gas stations with mechanics, plus all your favorite restaurants and hotels. It's all there.

Think of it. If you want to know where along your route you could find a hotel that allows pets while also offering an exercise room, covered pool, and complimentary breakfast -- you can easily do it.

This FREE web site is already gathering positive consumer responses:

"Just a note to say that TravMatix has to be the most informative, totally compiled site on the net. As far as I am concerned, there is no other. Great job people. I will recommend your site to all of my friends." (F. Koester, WA)

"On a recent trip the exit plan was invaluable. My mother became ill and we had to make an emergency hospital stop. I consulted the trip plan and found a hospital a few miles from where we were. I can't thank you enough for providing this information." (J. Orren, FL)

With customized exit information available FREE from TravMatix.com, highway travel just got a whole lot better.

Interstate Data

CONTACT: Mr. Randy Carpenter of Interstate Data, +1-606-324-0048, or
[email protected]

Web site: http://www.travmatix.com/

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