1. In the US, a road trip means something exciting like travelling cross-country to see the Grand Canyon.
In the UK, it means you're taking your brother to uni in Sheffield.
2. In the US, there's the wide open roads of the iconic highway Route 66.
In the UK, we have...the M25?
3. In the US, you can drive a convertible and live the road trip dream.
In the UK...don't even think about it.
4. In the US, you can take take a detour like this:
In the UK, you might take a detour but probably not by choice.
5. In the US, you can stop off for a bite at somewhere like this:
...which should really include some of these:
6. In the UK, your best bet is stopping at one of these...
...for a meal deal.
7. Early morning road trip snaps in the US:
Early morning road trip snaps in the UK:
8. Famous landmarks in the US:
Famous landmarks in the UK:
9. Being alone with your thoughts as you cruise through the Californian desert:
Being alone with your thoughts while stuck in a traffic jam on the M1:
10. Arriving at your destination in the US:
Arriving at your destination in the UK:
11. Travelling with friends in the US:
Travelling with friends in the UK:
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