All car enthusiasts dream about cruising in the hot sun, roof off on a long stretch of road with an endless speed limit. Others dream of driving on some of the world’s best scenic roads, today I’ll be sharing some of the most iconic and famous roads where driving would be almost too perfect.
Snake Pass Road – United Kingdom
The Snake Pass located in the United Kingdom is a scenic route for drivers travelling between Manchester and Sheffield. Opened in 1821, this iconic set of roads is 510m above sea level and offers drivers a view of the hill side and mountain view. Although closed in the winter season, in the summer months the pass is often used by professional bicycle touring racing to tourists. The road is highly notable of the low accident rate it has compared to other roads in the United Kingdom.
Pacific coast highway – California
State Route 1 is a highway located in California and runs mostly among the pacific Coastline. Opened in mid 1930’s, this scenic roads offers drivers and passengers the view of the ocean, side cliffs and beyond.
The road infrastructure is stretched out over 600 miles in length and include all the amenities needed for such a long drive such as food stations, petroleum stations and hotels for overnight stays. The duration for the whole path can take around 10 to 12 hours of driving time.
Fairy Meadows Track – Pakistan
The Fairy Meadows Track is a dangerous mountain road that offers drivers the thrill of driving at such a dangerous location. This dirt mountain road was carved by villagers more than 200 years ago and is almost 10 miles driving distance.
This scary road is scenic of all the mountain area but the location could put people off from enjoying the view. Ranked the 2nd most dangerous road in the world, it offers no side wall protection or barriers to help you stay on the road if your car slips over the side of the road.
Autobahn – Germany
Germany is known for creating and manufacturing some of the world’s best selling vehicles, from BMW to Mercedes.
The roads in Germany can attract those from around the world that wish to get their pedal to hit the metal all the way.
The Autobahn has a state recommended speed limit of 80mph respectively, but there are some parts where drivers can drive as fast as they possibly want. First opened in the mid 1930, this stretch of roads offer driving to get the feel for a world without speed limits.
If driving on the roads, wear a seat belt and make sure your car is working as it should be. Double checking your brakes, lights and car overall is up to standard should be done on every journey to prevent further problems.