Driving the Pacific Coast Highway (State Route 1) south to North

We are planning a California road trip, and we want to include most of the Pacific Coast Highway (State Route 1). Currently, our plan is to travel in it from south (coming for Los Angeles) all the way to San Francisco.

We are a bit worried that since we will be driving on the side of the road farther from the sea, we will miss out on many scenic stopping points since we might not be able to pull-over/stop the car or cross the road.

Is this a valid concern or should this not be a problem?

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Renting a car on the east coast USA

I am visiting the US later this year. I will arrive in Boston and will spend 1 week travelling down to Virginia for a drag racing event, via Maryland and Washington DC.

On the 2nd week I want to travel back to Boston via Philadelphia and New York City.

I am worried that vehicle will become a hindrance during the NYC portion, and that a “cool car” will be extortionately priced, as I am under 25.

Is this feasible?

Staying on Andros (Greek island): east coast or west cost?

I am planning a trip to Andros for about four or five days in May/June. I intend to hire a motorcycle so that my wife and I can travel around the island (we did this in Santorini and it was very successful). Would it be better to stay on the west coast (e.g. Batsi) or the east coast (Andros town)? We’re more interested in good views than in night life (we’re both in our 60s).

What’s the cheapest way to get from the Sunshine Coast to the Gold Coast without a car, other than hitchhiking?

Normally I actually do hitchhike between these two (-:

But next time I can’t leave until the 14th and have a flight out of the Gold Coast on the morning of the 16th. Hitching is not guaranteed to get me there in time if the weather or luck is unfavourable.

I’m guessing it’s possible via one or more combinations of two buses, changing at Brisbane, but I have no idea which companies or if some other way might be superior.

If it makes any difference I’m leaving from Mooloolaba and going to either Mudgeeraba or Coolangatta.