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What's the farthest distance you've driven, and what did you think of it?

  1. L a d y f a c e profile image78
    L a d y f a c eposted 7 years ago

    What's the farthest distance you've driven, and what did you think of it?

    Did you wish you had flown? Did you enjoy it 100%? Was there anything you would change?

  2. subscribing profile image60
    subscribingposted 7 years ago

    I drove for 3 hours and a half straight from Orlando to Jacksonville non stop. Man it was tiresome. I felt almost like I was gonna fell apart.

  3. Donna Janelle profile image73
    Donna Janelleposted 7 years ago

    My husband and I visited my grandma in Florida...it took us over 21 hours to get there and we drove it straight through. (Although he did most of the driving) It was VERY long, but I did still enjoy it, and I prefer it to flying so that I can take as much stuff with me as I want (which doesn't always end up being a good thing!) and I honestly just love road trips!

  4. Vicki.Pierce profile image71
    Vicki.Pierceposted 7 years ago

    We drove from Michigan to Portland Oregon.  If we would have flown we would have missed all the beautiful scenery along the way.

  5. lilibees profile image60
    lilibeesposted 7 years ago

    I have driven from New York to Anchorage Alaska, with three children lol. It was okay, I have well mannered children and they were all at the time anyway easily entertained. We drove partial way there through the Yukon which was amazing and made a long long trip worth while.

  6. akhil alphonse profile image58
    akhil alphonseposted 7 years ago

    My Longest Drive in a Bike... Its approximately 800 kms....  its from Bangalore to Kerala (in India) smile

  7. freecampingaussie profile image60
    freecampingaussieposted 7 years ago


    We drove across Australia with our caravan & loved it ! Soon we will go up north to the Kimberleys then across the top !
    It is better than flying !
    Love flying tho !

  8. ross670daw profile image70
    ross670dawposted 7 years ago

    I love driving, especially when it's on the spur of the moment. The furthest I've driven was from Sydney to Perth in Australia ( a distance of about 4500km or 3000 miles) on more than one occasion,  on my own twice, and just loved the experience, the open road, changing scenery and meeting some strange characters along the way. I'm not all that keen on flying, or travelling on buses or trains for that matter, I'd rather the freedom of the car. The only thing I would change is probably the passenger.

  9. JMattingly profile image32
    JMattinglyposted 7 years ago

    What's that old saying?  "It's more about the journey than the destination"...or something like that.  I love road trips and have been on plenty.  The longest one though, was probably from northeast Indiana to Key West, Florida.  4 of us stuffed into a Mustang, cruising 1500 miles driving straight through took about 24 hours.  Nothing better than the journey of driving from cold, gloomy winter, to near paradise.  Pretty uncomfortable and some quiet points in the car, but you really get to develop a bond with those you're with (if you don't kill them first), and see a ton of the country you would have missed by flying.  The drive back, on the other hand...I'd replace that with a flight ticket if I had the option.

  10. brittd80 profile image53
    brittd80posted 7 years ago

    23 Hours, straight through it was brutal.  We were on all each others nerves.  To this day have not driven anywhere close to that time in one road session.

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    OrangeBlitzposted 7 years ago

    I go to mississippi every year and i have to drive 18 hours!! it drives me bonkers!! and yes...i wish i could fly..but im not gonna pay over 500 dollars just for travel.

  12. Gordon F. profile image64
    Gordon F.posted 7 years ago

    I drove all the way from NYC to Montreal in Canada. Back then it was a College road trip. We had so much fun there and the annual trip became a tradition with my family.

    But trust me it is a long road, but going true the Vermont's mountains really helps to breaks the road monotony.

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  14. saesha profile image57
    saeshaposted 7 years ago

    I drove alone two years ago from Southern California to Salt Lake City and back, just spending one night there before coming back.  I only got my license the year before and my car isn't exactly reliable. A snow storm started on the way back and I was hysterically afraid that I would die. I could hardly see through the snow, and I passed a truck that had turned over shortly before my car did a 360 and ended up stuck in a pile of snow on the side of the freeway.
    Luckily, someone came to help shovel the snow out of my tires, only to show me that one of my tires was broken. I spent the early morning ours waiting for the car shop to open, so I could hurry up and get home.
    But for the most part, as long as you have radio you're set.

  15. zippot profile image60
    zippotposted 7 years ago

    I drove from melbourne to cape york then down to townsville across to tennant ceek the map said this section was the longest straightest in the world about 2500kms that streech was very testing it took 20 minutes for my vest to be soaking wet and 1 minute for it to completly dry held out of the window we drove down to alice then back up to darwin before selling the van then bussed  down to perth it was a little boring on the straight section and i would definatley go for cruise control