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Hyderabad to Vijayawada road trip guide   

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  1. 1. Food option between Hyderabad to Vijayawada

    • Village Aharam : Malkapur
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    • Highway 9 Restaurant : Nalgonda
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    • Hotel Vivera : Nalgonda
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    • Maa palle ruchulu : before suryapet
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    • Hotel 7 : suryapet
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    • Numerous hotel in Suryapet.(local options)
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    • G-hotel : Suryapet
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    • Once you cross Suryapet, you won't find any proper hotels, though you can find many road side dhabas.
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  2. 2. Hyderabad to Vijayawada Toll details

    • Toll gates : 4
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    • Toll price : 295/-
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Guest SRK HYDERABAD

Hi Can someone give the present road situation on the Hyderabad to Vijayawada route. I am planning to do it this weekend. Any help is welcome. Is the NH65 a good option as it saves a lot of time and distance. Please reply. Thank you.

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Guest Anoop

Are two wheelers allowed on this road? Or do we have to opt some other route?

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On 10/3/2017 at 7:01 PM, Guest Anoop said:

 two wheelers allowed on this road? 


Yes, they are allowed.

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Driven Hyderbad to Vijayawada last weekend.

Road condition is excellent (as usual).

Fast tag is working fine at all the toll booths.

 

No speed guns this time.

 

Food is excellent at Hotel 7, thought over priced.

 

Hotel: N-Grill Resto

A new hotel constructed between choutupall and Narketpalli, it is similar to Hotel 7.

 

Toll price : Hyderbad to Vijayawada: 295/-

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On 2/3/2017 at 10:45 AM, Ranger said:

Speed limit:

Official speed limit of the highway is 80 kilometers per hour. 

100 km/hr could have been more realistic.

I never realized this .. i thought it was always 100km/hr and off late it was made 120..

I had ignored this limit when i used to travel in celerio so many times.. :(

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We all know that it is not possible to drive at 80km/hr on 4-lane elevated roads.

It is tough to point a single car that is under 80kmph.

National govt changed most of the four lane roads to 120kmph.

Not sure about latest updates.

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We all know that it is not possible to drive at 80km/hr on 4-lane elevated roads.

It is tough to point a single car that is under 80kmph.

National govt changed most of the four lane roads to 120kmph.

Not sure about latest updates.



The speed limit is still 80 kmph on this highway. A friend of mine has been fined for cruising at 110 kmph last month near suryapet.

I feel this has be changed to atleast 100 kmph. 80 kmph on this 4 lane track is a way too difficult ..
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2 hours ago, sagar said:

The speed limit is still 80 kmph on this highway. A friend of mine has been fined for cruising at 110 kmph last month near suryapet. 

Really!!! My ignorance led me to drive at 120 in my celerio last year .. no challans though for me ... I guess the challan link and the speeding ticket link are one and the same ..

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5 hours ago, Ranger said:

It is tough to point a single car that is under 80kmph.

National govt changed most of the four lane roads to 120kmph.

When I was out there at around 90-120... I have seen bigger vehicles zoom past  me... we should have things like how Germany has.. there are expressways where there is no speed limit ( us desis may not be able to digest such roads in India as we don’t follow lane discipline ) 

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7 hours ago, ksa171983 said:

When I was out there at around 90-120... I have seen bigger vehicles zoom past  me... we should have things like how Germany has.. there are expressways where there is no speed limit ( us desis may not be able to digest such roads in India as we don’t follow lane discipline ) 

 

I feel it is very much unfair to compare AUTOBAHN to India roads 😆 Speed limits are a must in India considering the population and all the senseless and irresponsible drivers and the infrastructure in the country.

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In my recent drive, i have seen many new hotels.

I'm planning to list down all the hotels on this route. 

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Driven Hyderbad to Vijayawada last weekend.
Road condition is excellent (as usual).
Fast tag is working fine at all the toll booths.
 
No speed guns this time.
 
Food is excellent at Hotel 7, thought over priced.
 
Hotel: N-Grill Resto
A new hotel constructed between choutupall and Narketpalli, it is similar to Hotel 7.
 
Toll price : Hyderbad to Vijayawada: 295/-
Screenshot_20171115-101622_01.jpg.dcd6485c5a6842466fab6adeefc1a06d.jpg
No speed guns?

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9 hours ago, Sridhar Tandra said:

No speed guns?

 

May be the time or day must have mattered to be lucky or unlucky in this case :P 

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I drive regularly on this road , never found any speed guns


Food Plaza is my favourite place for BreakFast , near Jaggayapet

Food Plaza
NH-65,, Jaggayyapet, Andhra Pradesh 521175
098483 67235
https://goo.gl/maps/BJdL6MTHYvj

Raju Gari Thota near Suryapet is also a nice place , but I feel it’s over priced

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No speed guns?


Now Kesara Toll Charging 55/- one way , so that makes total 300/- for one side

Except for Kesara , you can pay rest of 3 tolls at a time
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Now Kesara Toll Charging 55/- one way , so that makes total 300/- for one side

Except for Kesara , you can pay rest of 3 tolls at a time
How the Fastag works incase if I return on the same route within 24hrs?
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How the Fastag works incase if I return on the same route within 24hrs?


Only the difference amount will be debited from your account , if you return with 24 hours
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