(Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Long Island to be exact)...but in a 26' Penskee rental truck. So we had to deliver some big sort bins from South Philadelphia to Brooklyn and another trip out to Long Island. I figured no big deal, grabbed the Ez-Pass and the GPS out of my work van. This was my first mistake, as the GPS is for a regular passenger car. Drove up 95 on the NJ Turnpike and crossed into NY via the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. After crossing my first hint I was going to be in for some fun when the GPS wants me to get off an exit (parkway) that is 10' 8". No biggie, I followed the sign for truck route detour, but my flaw was not paying attention to the signs and assumed the GPS would catch on. Nope, turned on a side road and a barrage of horns followed. You guessed it, almost went up the Parkway ramp. Ugh! Ok Tom-Tom GPS, you're useless, Google Maps on my phone. Found a truck route 27, but the only thing was it went strait down the heart of Brooklyn, oh joy. Double parkers, jay-walkers, other trucks, and narrow streets, what the heck did my boss get me into? Nobody would let you in, I just had to use the brute size of the truck. My co-worker riding shotgun was pretty much mortified. We finally found the place, unloaded and backtracked. I live in a town of about 1500-2000 people, I was severely out of my element! I've never seen so many cars and people. I've driven the 26' trucks before, but never in that much traffic. You basically have to barge your way through (air horn style BTW, lol). Got back to Philly in one piece and reloaded for next days trip to Long Island. This time I was prepared and mapped out a route, because I knew it was going to try and take me down the Parkway again. Crossed the George Washington bridge ($15, really NYC? The view of that part of the city from up there was pretty cool though) to 295 down across to 495. Traffic was TERRIBLE, but other than that uneventful. I will never drive a truck through NYC again, and I made my boss well aware of that. We're supposed to have a couple jobs to do there, but I'll be glad to be in my small Transit Connect! TL;DR: Take a country boy into the city in a big box truck with a car GPS and shenanigans ensue.