40: I-45 in Houston
Perhaps you’re going to be driving through Texas this weekend. If so, there’s a highway that you’re going to pass through. The I-45 in Houston is one of the most historic roadways in the country, linking Houston to the rest of the country. The highway is not only one of the most scenic stretches in Texas, it is also one of the deadliest, with 56.5 fatal accidents for every 100 miles of roadway. Although the highway can become very congested toward the rush hour, it is worth taking a drive on.
Houston is no stranger to a wonderful aftermarket car culture and the I-45 highway is evidence of this. You are sure to see the wonderful scenery that makes up the Houston skyline, as well as all of the different vehicles you’re sure to see on this stretch of road. If you are planning on visiting Texas, a trip down I-45 is in order.
39: Highway 1 in Florida
Going for a drive in the state of Florida is unlike anything else in the world Countless ocean views make for a memorable experience. The longest North-South highway in the country is Highway 1 and it just so happens to be in Florida. If you have been looking for that one stretch of highway where you can just open it up and let your car rip, this is it. The bountiful scenic views of the ocean stretch for miles, and on a beautiful day this makes for some breathtaking scenery.
The drive that you’ll experience on Highway 1 is something that you won’t find very often. Florida has put a lot of emphasis on wonderful living experience, and this has to do with the beautiful shorelines and extensive roadways. If you’ve wanted to enjoy some coastal driving, Highway 1 is a must-drive.