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Houston

[top num=”117″] What can we really say about Houston, one of the most car-dependent cities on earth? This is a place where nearly 95% of…

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Kauai

[top num=”130″] Given that there is only really one major road running in a “C” shape around only part of the island of Kauai, we…

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Key West

Situated right on the western tip of the Florida keys, Key West is literally situated at the end of the road, as far as driving…

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Knoxville

Knoxville, Tennessee is the nearest large city to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is one of the world’s most visited scenic areas. [top…

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Kona

[top num=”138″] The vast majority of tourist resorts on Hawaii Island (aka Big Island) are around Kona, rather than near the administrative centre of Hilo,…

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Las Vegas

Where can we even start with car-rental advice for the great enigma in the desert that is Sin City, Las Vegas, Nevada? Of all the…

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Los Angeles

Los Angeles is known to many people as one of America’s great car cities, although this is not always the same thing as being completely…

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Memphis

[top num=”175″] [why2 num=”175″] Generally, a rental car is useful outside the city. Public transport options are limited. [whynot2 num=”175″] Reasonable selection of public transit,…

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Miami

Do I need a car in Miami? Miami is the real Florida, a simmering melting pot of cultures that is a complete contrast to the…

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Nashville

Nashville prides itself as being “Music City USA”, and with the focus being on Country and Western, there’s no shortage of live music available, and…

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