Unforgettable Drives Across America

If you are currently driving a reasonably priced sedan, you may want to consider upgrading to a more expensive model. One of the most captivating changes to the American automotive landscape is the rise of the all-electric vehicle. Tesla Motors, and other companies like Faraday Future, have captured not only the imagination of the public but also several major automakers. At the same time, the future of the American automotive landscape is being defined by the advent, and growth, of autonomous vehicles.

So, here are some unforgettable drives across America.

  • Pacific Coast Highway

If you are a car lover, you may have noticed something new on the Pacific Coast Highway. A new median that runs the entire length of the highway has been installed. The median’s design is actually semi-circular, but its effect on the highway is not to slow traffic but to protect drivers from colliding with the median’s edge and from being hit by a vehicle traveling in the wrong direction.

  • Alaska-Canadian Highway

Traveling down the Alaskan-Canadian highway is as scenic as driving the Pacific Coast Highway in California or the Great Ocean Road in Australia. It offers a different landscape from each side of the border. On the Alaska side, the landscape is a mix of high-elevation Arctic tundra, where the permafrost is so cold that it creates deep cracks in the dirt, and low-lying coastal rain forests, where the coastal waters freeze over in winter.

On the Canadian side, the landscape is mountainous, with winding mountain roads that hug the coast and cross deep fjords-portions of the coastline where the water is deep enough that ships must travel through the land instead of over it.

  • Road to Hana

If you’ve been to the Hawaiian island of Maui, you probably know that the drive from Kahului to Hana is one of the most breathtaking in the islands. And if you haven’t been to Maui yet, then now might be the right time to book a beachside luxury vacation rental on Exceptional Villas or its likes, and begin planning your island road trip! The road is a loop with a few different sections, and travelers who pull off in the town of Hana are well-advised to take a few minutes to explore the town and its lovely little shop that sells fresh fruit and vegetables.

  • Overseas Highway

A trip on the Overseas Highway is a lifetime experience. For many, it’s the first road trip they take. For others, it’s a way to escape the daily grind. Either way, it’s a timeless journey that needs no introduction. The Overseas Highway (US 1 or Route 1) is a major highway in the United States. It’s a vital east-west route across the country, stretching 3,000 miles from Key West, Florida, to the Canadian border in Maine. The highway is officially designated as U.S. Route 1 and is the longest continuous highway in America.

  • Route 66

Route 66 is one of the most iconic roads in America. It stretches from Chicago, Illinois, to Santa Monica, California, and is part of the National Highway System. It was originally part of a series of trails laid out by the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1804. Route 66 was the first highway to be signed in 1926, and many parts of the road have been designated as historic by the state of Illinois. It was also the first highway in the United States to have a speed limit (55 mph in 1929) and was the first to be paved.

  • Great River Road

Just like the name suggests, the Great River Road is a road that goes through the heart of America. A journey through the heart of America means you will have to drive on some of the greatest highways, from the Great Plains to the Blue Ridge Mountains. Just about every vacation spot in the United States has a famous road. Still, for a place that’s not generally known for road trips, there’s one road-the Great River Road in Minnesota-that has developed a reputation for being one of the most scenic and dramatic drives in the country.

One of the prettiest drives in America sits at the top of the Northeast Corridor, right near Washington, D.C. The route is called the Northeast Corridor, and it runs from Washington, D.C., to Boston. The train holds a special place in my heart, and this is one of the most beautiful train rides in the world. The route goes through the beautiful mountains of Virginia, and the countryside is just as beautiful as the train itself. From the mountains to the seashore, you will get a sense of the beauty of America.

 

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