Houston (KIAH) – Summer is here! As the pandemic subsides and states open up, NerdWallet has released the annual list of the best states for summer road trips.
According to the report, more than two-thirds of Americans plan to take a vacation this summer, and 59% of American families say they prefer to drive rather than fly. The study evaluated 33 factors in three categories, including cost, safety, and the number of attractions or activities, such as national parks, amusement parks, beaches, lakes, and scenic roads.
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New York topped the list of best states for road trips this summer, followed by Texas and Louisiana. The worst state for summer road trips is Rhode Island. As the smallest state in the United States, you can drive across the region and be home in time for lunch. Followed by Delaware and Connecticut.