Georgia Makes Top Ten Most Road-Trip-able States

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Lots of people will be hitting the road for vacation soon, and just in time for Memorial Day, a new survey (done on behalf of Ford) found that when it comes to travel, most Americans would rather take a road trip. According to survey respondents, 73% feel driving to your destination is a much better experience than flying. In fact, the average American would be willing to add six and a half hours to their travel time if it meant they could avoid the airport and plane and drive instead.

The plus-sides of road-trippin’, according to survey respondents: Scenic views (69%), being able to stop whenever you want (69%) and being able to pack whatever you want (57%).

According to the survey, these are the Top 10 Most “Road-Trip-able” States:

  1. California -- 34%
  2. Florida -- 26%
  3. Colorado -- 25%
  4. Arizona -- 22%
  5. Alaska -- 19%
  6. Texas -- 19%
  7. New York -- 19%
  8. Hawaii -- 17%
  9. Georgia -- 16%
  10. Maine -- 16% (SWNS)

Since GA made the list, I asked my OShow Fam to tell me some good spots to see around the GA:



Otis was born and raised in a small town in Morton, IL between two pumpkin patches. It’s the Pumpkin Capitol of the World, so there’s that. He considers Charlotte, NC his hometown, after spending 10 years there doing radio and meeting his wife... Read more


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