I’ve made 4 round trips between Florida and Massachusetts, 7 times on 95, once on 81.
The first trip, northbound, i got confused when exiting Delaware, because i thought the NJ Turnpike was 95. I ended up taking 95 into Philly during rush hour, yechh. Just pay attention to signs for the NJTP, which eventually turns into 95 again, and you should be all set.
On my last trip, southbound, i got confused by the tollbooths at the beginning of the Jersey Turnpike. I thought the signs said that Fast Lane was all the way to the right, but it ended up being the right 3 lanes. By the time i realised i was in the Fast Lane, it was too late to switch because there was a concrete barrier between the Fast Lane and the normal tollbooths. Fortunately, you don’t need a ticket if you’re driving the entire turnpike, because you’ll be charged the maximum amount whether you have one or not.
Roll up your windows in northern New Jersey.
Pay close attention to signs in New York. You don’t want to be fighting for the correct lane at the last moment.