What? You've got all the great cars and don't want to drive them anywhere? I don't get it.
Road trips have always been part of the formative experiences of my life. I've driven coast to coast in VW buses at least 3 times. Once on three cylinders all the way from Yosemite to San Francisco. Once I was pulled over in NC because the cop couldn't believe my bus had actually made it from California and he thought the plates were fake.
How can anyone hate road trips?
Easy to hate road trips! For every single holiday growing up we drove from Clearwater to Atlanta (8 hours minimum). Every. single. holiday. EVER. This was before tablets or DVD players. Just a kid starting a road signs. Got old!
Plus when I was a young adult, I attempted a road trip with no rules or plans. The idea was to stop over in St. Augustine, Savannah, and Charleston. Left one day and there were things going on EVERYWHERE. We could not find a hotel anywhere that had availability. Ended up sleeping in the car and was back home in Orlando after just over 24 hours. I've at least learned that I need to book hotels in advance.
My fun cars have been here. The 350 was fun but barely could fit a carryon suitcase. The M5 had plenty of space but drank fuel like it was it's job. A good trip was 13 miles to the gallon. Adds up quick!
I just hate sitting in the car for hours on end, knowing I could be DOING something. Guess it's just me!