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Best Roads in America for Driving Your Audi

Pacific Coast Highway - Audi Mission Viejo

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There are a lot of roads in the country, but some are just better than others to drive on. On top of this, some roads are perfect for driving on with a sports car. When you need to get out on the road and live it up, check out some of the best roads in the country.

Pacific Coast Highway

Head to California for some of the best driving you’ll find. The Pacific Coast Highway, also known as Highway 1, is one of the most amazing and beautiful drives you can take in your Audi. There are tons of curves and breathtaking views. On top of this, the Pacific Coast Highway takes you through so many different types of areas you may forget where you are for a while. From Redwood forests to cliff edges and even meadows, you’ll see some amazing sights.

Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway

In Washington, you need to head to the Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway. This is a trip that is worth mentioning no matter what car you drive. You’ll be able to drive parallel to the Pacific Ocean, offering a view unlike any you’ve seen before. Be careful about high winds. This is a beautiful long drive that will give your Audi a fun spin.

The Loneliest Road

There is a stretch of U.S. Highway 50 that goes through a large part of Nevada. This stretch of road is known as the Loneliest Road. While you won’t see anyone for miles, you’re sure to see dirt, scrub brush, and maybe a few desert animals. This area is why before the 1970s there was no speed limit in the state of Nevada. Today, you should probably stick to the speed limit so you don’t get pulled over. However, if you step on the gas a little, we won’t tell anyone.

MS-587

In Mississippi, outside of Monticello, there is a stretch of road that is perfect for anyone with a sports car and a wish for an awesome drive. The road zips back and forth in beautiful curves that will have any driver clutching the wheel. Along the route of this road you’ll see Red Bluff, which is also called Mississippi’s Grand Canyon.

Pennsylvania State Route 44

If you go from Coudersport, PA to Jersey Shore, PA you’ll be driving about some of the best sports car road there is. The road is over 60 miles, and most of it is completely secluded. You don’t have to worry about stop signs or lights, and there is even very little cross traffic to consider. You’ll be going around corners and up and down hills on this road. Don’t forget to take some time to look at the trees and wildlife you pass.

With so many great roads around the country, it’s hard to narrow them down. Great views and awesome drives go perfectly together when you’re driving a sports car. Whether you want a long stretch of nothing or you’re looking for hairpin curves, there are many options out there.