Western Tennessee

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Western Tennessee is a region of Tennessee.

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There are many roads that lead in and out of the region. The to main interstates that come into West Tennessee is I-40 through Nashville, I-155 into Dyersburg from Missouri, and I-40 and I-55 into Memphis from Arkansas and Mississippi, respectively.

Get around[edit]

The only way plausible way to get around West Tennessee is to drive.

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While you're in West Tennessee, or the South in general, you should try sweet tea.

Stay safe[edit]

If driving, with the exception of the interstate in most cases, at dusk or night, keep an eye out for deer. West Tennessee has a large population of deer and they will cross the road. Deer are usually the most active between 6-10PM If a deer does try to cross while you are driving, aim your car to where the deer is at, not where the animal is going.

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