how do you drive to hawaii from Connecticut?
- lklLv 71 month ago
It can't be done, the car would need to be shipped via Matson Shipping in Long Beach roughly 3k and you would fly, takes approximately 3 weeks before your car arrives.
- RedstoneLv 63 months ago
Lets see... Drive from east coast to west coast.
Contract a shipping transporter to bring such car to Hawaii.
Costs will be astronomical.Source(s): Resident of Hawaii.
- NavyCrabLv 73 months ago
Just drive into the Atlantic Ocean, to Indian Ocean, then to the Pacific Ocean. Eventually, you will get to Hawaii.
- KateLv 73 months ago
Seriously? Have you ever looked at a map? There is this thing called an ocean n between them.
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- Obi Wan KnievelLv 73 months ago
Make sure you fill up before you hit the Pacific. You won't find many gas stations between the west coast of the mainland and the east coast of Hawaii.
- LynnmarieLv 73 months ago
Take a bus instead.
- StephenWeinsteinLv 73 months ago
You don't, because Hawaii is near the middle of the Pacific Ocean. You have to put the car on a ship or in an airplane.
- Karen LLv 73 months ago
By using a boat
- James BlackleyLv 73 months ago
It would be physically impossible
There's roughly 2500 miles of ocean between Hawaii to California (closest mainland), it's far too long of a distance for ferries to be used to transport people to and from Hawaii/mainland US.
The only way to get from Hawaii to California would be via plane, and even that is a 3-4 hour flight from Honolulu to LAX! From there you would have to rent a car at LAX, and then proceed to drive east all the way to Connecticut, which would be a 2400 mile drive. Give or take all the stops along the way (gas, food, sleep etc), you are looking at roughly 2 solid days of driving.
1- Fly out from Honolulu to LAX
2- Rent a car at LAX
3- Get on the I-105 and go until your reach I-101
3. Take I-101 south until you I-10
4 Go north on I-10 until you reach I-210
5. Go east bound on I-210 until you reach I-15
6. I-10 turns into I-70 once your in Utah, stay on it.
7-I-70 turns into I-80 once you enter Nebreska, stay on it.
8. Its I-80 from Nebraska to CT, stay on it, this is your longest stretch of the drive
- Anonymous3 months ago
better have lots of boat fuel