Interstate 75 is an important highway (1,786-mile road or 2,875 km) that runs north/south from Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, to Hialeah, Florida, and is an important north-south Interstate Highway in the United States that runs generally north-south across the Great Lakes and Southeastern areas.
The I-75 passes through six distinct states in the United States: Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee.
The Interstate 75 connects several major cities along its journey, including Atlanta, Cincinnati, Dayton, Detroit, Flint, Knoxville, Lexington, Tampa, and Toledo, to mention a few.
I-75 Rest Areas by State
The I-75 begins at the Canada/US border between the US states of Michigan and the Canadian province of Ontario. I-75 ends at the western portion of the metro Miami Florida area.
Choose a state from the list below to get a list of I-75 rest areas located inside that state.
See the I-75 rest areas map.
D.O.T maintains about 19 rest areas and 16 welcome centers across the Tennessee state. Tennessee rest areas and service plazas along I-75 which are listed here. These rest areas run north to south.
For most drivers, the maximum is 3 hours, while for operators of commercial vehicles, it is 10 hours.
The answer is that you can sleep in a vehicle, truck, or RV. Sleeping in your car is not prohibited by any laws or rules but it is not permitted to set up a tent.