2010 Chevrolet Camaro: Where To Drive

May 11, 2010

Even without particularly looking for one on the road, when one passes by, it’s a moment of true excitement, thrill, and overall jealousy. After years of waiting for the reveal, Chevrolet released its 2010 Camaro, and no one would legitimately claim anything less than perfection.

Most muscle cars get slammed for their weak engines and bad turning capabilities, but the Camaro delivers truly outstanding features and specifications along with an affordable price. But if you’re looking for cheap auto insurance for your teens, the Camaro might not be the car for him or her because it can really kick into high gear.

Once you do get your hands on one of these masterpieces, driving 100+ mph down your highway might not be your best bet, and might even land you a big ticket and an auto insurance premium hike. If you want the Camaro’s true capabilities, you have a few options on where to drive it legally.

One of the most common ways to test your cars performance is to take it to a local racetrack or drag strip that allows car enthusiasts to drive on it. By looking online, there are a variety of resources that can help find you a track near you. But if you’re looking for a street-racing environment, many cities are creating legal street races to encourage racers not to take racing to neighborhood streets and endanger citizens. One of the most famous is in San Diego where you can even race cops in street patrol cars.

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