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After years of decline, American drivers are getting back on the road in record numbers.

Road tripping is one of the best and most affordable ways to see the country.


Only a German company would come up with such a specific and carefully planned way to stay alert on road trips.

Driving cross country is a fun and exciting way to spend vacation time, especially when traveling with family.

It’s true: summertime is fast approaching and gas prices are at a low that parts of the country haven’t seen for a decade.

If Jed Clampett had included a couple of bored kids when he loaded up the truck, he would have never made it to Beverly Hills.

Being stuck in traffic, at a red light, or on a long drive can be trying for your body and your mind.

There’s nothing better than packing up the car or SUV and heading off down the road.

According to the Federal Highway Administration, there are currently more than 8 million lane-miles of roads throughout the US, with over 6 million of those in rural areas.

Pets are loved ones who rely on you for their daily needs and many people now travel with their pets in tow.

New Hampshire is a state known for its scenic beauty, especially with the changing colors of the leaves in autumn.

North Dakota doesn’t get a lot of attention as a vacation spot, which is a shame with as much as this state has to offer.

Nevada is comprised primarily of desert terrain, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing to see.

While Tennessee is known for its mountains, forests, and music history, these things are only the tip of the proverbial iceberg for what this region has to offer.

West Virginia is a particularly beautiful region of the United States being situated within the Appalachians and home to rolling hills and sweeping valleys full of fertile soil.

Wyoming has a more diverse landscape than non-natives often think from prairielands to mountain ranges to lush forest regions.

The Midwestern state of Oklahoma is known for its prairielands, mesas, minor mountain ranges, and blend of cultures.

Home of buckeye trees and the Ohio River, the state of Ohio has much to offer in the way of scenic views.

The state of Nebraska is the epitome of America’s Midwest with historical markers and scenery that evokes memories of the Old West.

With a state name derived from the Spanish word for “mountain” (montaña), Montana certainly delivers a plethora of mountain views.

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