School is out, and summer is in full-swing! Would any summer be complete without one or two of the traditional road trips? Certainly not! To inspire drivers across the nation to hit the open road, below is a list of summer destinations with recommendations on vehicle pairings.
If you’re headed to Route 66, Arizona: Consider a Convertible
With the ability to put the top down and enjoy a 360-degree view, it is only logical that the summer destination for a convertible is Route 66. Known for its scenic views and historical significance, Route 66 gives convertible drivers a diverse trip as they travel through multiple states; spanning across Arizona, New Mexico, Missouri, and Illinois. Besides the breathtaking desert views, drivers can pull over at multiple, quirky roadside attractions. These roadside attractions range from caverns to diners to animal structures; allowing there never to be a dull moment!
If you’re visiting Daytona Beach, Florida: Try a Sports Car
The sports car is large, a ton of horsepower, and has just enough space to pack up all the beach supplies ever needed; making Daytona Beach the perfect summer destination! Home of NASCAR Headquarters, Daytona Beach is every sports car driver or racing enthusiast dream. When a sports car driver is not possibly speeding down the racetrack in a ride-along session at NASCAR, they can take a stylish ride down the 23 miles of compact sand offered by the beach.
For a summer in Shiloh Ridge, Texas: Opt for an “All American” Truck
Trucks and mudding go together like mac n’ cheese. That is why, for summer locations, truck drivers are directed to Shiloh Ridge in Alto, Texas. A park of around 1000 acres with trails of over 36 miles and four mud pits, truck drivers should expect to have an adrenaline-packed time! Additionally, if there are any truck drivers that are true mudding enthusiasts, Shiloh Ridge is the place of the Texas Redneck Games: a four-day event of mudding, contests, and entertainment!
For a family road- trip to Stanley, Idaho: Get comfortable in a Van, Hatchbacks, or Sedan
What do vans, hatchbacks, and sedans all have in common? They are versatile…and so is Stanley, Idaho! In Stanley-the “Trailhead to Idaho Adventure”- activities range from those of the outdoors to those of downtown to those of a spa. With all the variety provided, drivers can pick several activities to create an experience unique to them!