Road trips are a great way to have fun with the family. From sightseeing to important discussions, America has a rich tradition of road trips. One way to pass the time, especially for kids, is to play road trip games. We’ve put together a list of some lesser known games to help you get the most out of your road trip.
According to Edmunds, the most popular games remain classics like I Spy, 20 Questions, and Slug Bug among others. While these are oldies, they can get old real fast. Consider playing the license plate game. Spot license plates beginning with or containing each letter until you get to Z. First person to the end of the alphabet wins.
You could also try Name that Tune. This game has competitors team up and hum or whistle pop songs, TV themes, and classics to their partner. The person who guesses the most correct answers in a short period wins. This game is harder than it might sound.
Geography Lesson is a little more educational. This has you take the last letter of a previous answer, like Florida, and find a new place that begins with that letter. For example, the next answer might be Arizona, followed by Algiers, followed by Siberia. This one is great for geography buffs.