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DON'T MAKE ME PULL OVER! An Informal History of the Family Road Trip

by | Read by Jonathan Todd Ross

Contemporary Culture • 8.5 hrs. • Unabridged • © 2018

Folks old enough to remember the "joys" of road trips in the family station wagon in the 1970s will delight in this fascinating look at the evolution of travel in the U.S. Narrator Jonathan Ross delightfully handles the first-person narrative about piling into the family land yacht and driving across the country. Ross speaks with tongue in cheek about squabbling siblings, overconfident dads, questioning moms, and landmarks such as giant balls of string and even large animal statues. The book resonates with common memories of the days when gas was under a buck and summers were forever. The audiobook gives listeners a fascinating history lesson about the development of the car and American roads. Dare I say it? This is a great book to listen to on just such a trip. M.S. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2018]

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