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Devil's Tower National Monument

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#1: Wyoming
Finding Wyoming at the top of the NMA's list of driver-friendly states isn't really a surprise: when we think of blue sky and open road, we often remember college road trips down the long, sun-dappled stretches of I-80. For pure peace and beauty, nothing compares to Devil's Tower National Monument. It's a stunning geological structure, and movie buffs will immediately recognize it from Spielberg's early classic Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Or, if you're up for a little spa-style pampering, head over to Jackson Hole, one of the premier resort towns in the western U.S. A few days at the Hotel Terra or the Four Seasons will be more than enough to recharge your batteries -- over the 4th of July weekend or anytime.

[Motorists.org via MSN]


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  1. Trapster is a free mobile phone application that alerts drivers to red light cameras, speed cameras, live police, road hazards, etc. It's helpful not only preventing tickets but also getting drivers to slow down and hopefully make them more aware of upcoming ticketing cameras. To get Trapster for free just visit www.trapster.com where you can find your specific download link for you mobile device.
     
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  2. As a Montana native and one currently living in Wyoming, I was proud to see my two states make the top 5 in this list! If you're cruising through Wyoming, consider the incredible amount of family-friendly activity available, including horseback riding, wildlife safaris through two national parks, whitewater rafting, hiking, aerial tram rides and more: http://www.jacksonholewy.com/summer-activities.php
     
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  3. Time for some civil disobedience in celebration of Independence Day!
     
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  4. awwwwwriiiiiiiiiiiiiight! For once, USEFUL trip planning info! Hot dawg. Honey, polish up yer helmet & toss the radar detector, we is going speeeeeeeedin!
     
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  5. "dozens of breweries" and driving? Good thing there would be no cops around in Idaho :)
     
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  6. Great, so no helmets or seatbelts, but chat on the phone and crank up the detector warnings? Would like to see some analysis of how lenient state cops are in each state, as that would be more useful by the rest of us who want to go 10 over.
     
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  7. @Stefanie - I'm sure your passenger navigator is the one using that handy Trapster mobile app while you're driving, right? ;)
    "But officer, I wasn't texting . . . I was checking for speed traps!"
     
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  8. @David LOL! Just mount the phone in your car like a tomtom or garmin. It alerts you audibly of upcoming enforcement points and road hazards, even car accidents. No need to hold and/or "text" :)
     
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  9. Looks like it's time to move to Wyoming!
     
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  10. Does this mean I have to start my mountain of mashed potatoes again?
     
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