Best car to travel across america

Best utility vehicle for travel


At Autología we know that one of the points in which Mexicans most pay attention to when buying a new car is the interior space and versatility to accommodate all passengers in an environment of comfort and, to a certain extent, also of luxury. Highway trips can be long and if we are going to be in a car for a few hours, we better be able to arrive at our destination relaxed and having enjoyed the long drive, especially if we consider the beautiful landscapes that our Mexico has and the breathtaking views that we encounter when we travel on its highways.

We chose 350,000 pesos as the maximum price because it seems sensible in a highway car, for a lower range you can also access great deals, however, we believe that many of them may have more of an urban focus.

Vehicles for travel in the Americas

We are lovers of car routes, that’s right, and the truth is that I don’t know how we had not done before a content like this compiling what are for us the best car routes in the world.

If you are a regular reader of this blog you will know that if there is a type of trip that characterizes us are the routes by car. We have done them of all kinds and colors. And not only by car, also in caravan or camper.

What happens if your camera or your luggage is stolen? What happens if you get sick and have to do quarantine? What happens if you have to go to the hospital because of appendicitis or a sprained ankle? What if the airline loses your luggage and you are left without clothes? Who is going to pay for all this? I’m telling you: travel insurance

What are we going to tell you about this wonderful trip if it was our honeymoon? Route 66 is undoubtedly one of the best driving routes in the world. And be careful! We are not the only ones who say so. In any listing you look for, you will find it. In fact, some people call it ‘The ultimate road trip’.

Best car for traveling in South America

It was created in 1935 and designed to link 11 provinces and connect three regions of the country: Patagonia, Cuyo and Northwest. Route 40 goes along the Andes Mountain Range, and winding, reaches 5,000 meters above sea level, crosses 236 bridges, crosses 18 major rivers, borders 13 large lakes and salt flats, connects with 27 mountain passes.

Route 40 is the key to access the most magical places in the country. It is the route that gives access to five of Argentina’s nine World Heritage Sites. It passes 70 km from Quebrada de Humahuaca; 50 km from Ischigualasto and 70 km from Talampaya; 50 km from Cueva de las Manos and 100 km from Los Glaciares National Park. It also makes it possible to reach 132 of the 135 Argentine wineries open to tourism on the Wine Route, from Chubut to Salta. On its banks, 60 towns are waiting to be visited, from villages with only a few houses to large cities such as Mendoza, Salta or Neuquén.

It is important to know that the traffic on this road is very low, with an average of less than 1000 vehicles per day. The busiest stretches are: the tourist road between El Bolsón and San Carlos de Bariloche, in the Province of Río Negro, and between Pareditas, in the Province of Mendoza and the City of San Juan.

Van to travel around the world

This is another post that was not in the plans to write during the month but it comes out of necessity and urgency. The previous one was the article that explains the issue of SOAT (Automobile Insurance) for travelers who leave to travel America by car.

If you are not Argentinean don’t worry, this is a problem that all Argentinean travelers have when we want to travel abroad in our own vehicle patented in Argentina and for more than 6 months, whether it is an old car, a 4×4, motorhome or motorhome.

If you are a foreigner and you are reading this, you can take a look at my photo gallery on Instagram or watch my travel videos on YouTube, sorry for this short article.

A traveler who is arriving to Ecuador just wrote me with the same doubt of many travelers when returning to the country, but she just found out about the problem, I found out when I was in Panama. Many travelers do not find out until they are back at the border trying to enter Argentina again and others who are planning their departure have NO IDEA ABOUT THE ISSUE and this I am writing you now may save you all the headache this means and even save you a lot of money.

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