Hello! We just returned from a trip from FL to TX over Christmas and noticed there are no longer signs entering the I-10 Alabama tunnel stating "No Propane
, use alternate route". Have they changed that to now allow RV's with propane
? We did see a truck camper going through at the same time as us but couldnt tell if he had propane
or not. I've often wondered if propane would be ok to go through tunnels if safely secured inside the trailer as oposed to hooked up on the tongue. Anybody know if this is ok in areas that dont allow propane to travel through? I figure folks re-filling their BBQ tanks aren't necessarily going to go the long way home every time. So does a tank in a trunk, pickup bed, inside a trailer or SUV still have to stay away from tunnels or does that rule only apply to tanks hooked up?