How to have fun on a car trip

“Mom, she touched me!” “Mom, tell him to stop putting his feet on my side!” Ahhh – the sounds of the family road trip. Well, with a little planning—here are some tips for road trips with pre-schoolers—your family vacation can be more fun than frustrating.

1. The License Plate Game

A classic. Drivers from all over the country are out there sharing the road with you. Give everyone a blank map of the United States. As they spot different state license plates, they fill it in. The person who fills in the most states wins. The prize? They get to choose where to stop for lunch.

2. Photo Journalists

Buy each of your children a one-time use camera. They usually have about 24 pictures. Instruct them to document the journey. They can take pictures of anything they want as long as they are taken during the road trip. It will be very interesting and likely very funny, when you get them developed back home. Before they start snapping, though, come up with some parameters, otherwise, they might take all 24 pictures in 24 minutes.

3. Scrapbook Time

Give the kids paper, scissors and a glue stick. Every time you stop, let them pick out postcards of the area you are in. Grab some of those millions of brochures that tell of the local adventures and sights. With these, the kids can create their own personal scrapbook story of the trip. Have them write details of what happened. Later on, they can add the photos they took.

4. Gadgets Galore

Electronic games, iPod’s, iPad’s, cell phones. We have a whole lot of gadgets in our arsenal nowadays. Put them to good use. Challenge your son to beat his own high score in his favorite game. He won’t even notice that an entire hour just passed by.

5. The Official Map

“Dad, when are we going to get there?” A timeless question. Print out your entire trip and give a copy to all of the kids. When that question rears its inevitable head, you will be ready. Simply tell them where you are and have them find it on their map.

6. Landmarks

Of course there are a lot of interesting sights on the road—giant plastic dinosaurs, historical landmark, wildlife. Print out a list of items you will be likely to see on your trip; some easy to spot and some difficult. Whichever family member checks off the most items gets the prize. You can break it down into categories or just make one big all-inclusive hunt.

7. The Deep Discussion

Here’s a novel idea…the whole family putting down the games, turning off the movie and having a thoughtful discussion. Deep discussions can last for hours. Maybe the topic is religion. How do you see God? What is He like? Maybe even politics. Do you feel like everybody is treated fairly in this country? Not only do religion and politics usually lead to heated debates, but you will learn a lot about how your child feels and thinks.

8. Quirky Stops

Of course Dad wants to plow through as fast as possible. However, you can break up the boredom by planning a few stops of fun along the way. Find quirky and unique places to check out. You’ve got to get out and stretch your legs anyway. Going to the restroom inside a building shaped like a great white shark is always more fun than a boring gas station!

9. Hollywood

If you must, you must. When things get unbearable for the kids, portable DVD players are a mom’s best friend. Let Hollywood work its magic while you peacefully chew up the miles. Plus, if the kids are plugged in, you’ll get the chance to actually have a grown up conversation with your husband!

How to have fun on a car trip

I hope these ideas on what to do on a road trip help out when you’re bored in the car!

I love a road trip as much as the next person.

With the sun shining and blue skies overhead, you pile into the car with your friends, wind down the windows and blast some classic tunes as the open road unfurls before you!

Ordinary life gets left behind and a sense of adventure takes its place.

However, the reality of spending hours/days on the road can, on occasion, fail to live up to your dreamy expectations!

When the initial excitement fades and you’re faced with countless hours in the car, the mood can turn, and a general sense of boredom sets in.

Know the struggle?

Want some tried and tested ideas for what to do on a road trip?

This post should help! Check it out to discover 45 fun things to do on road trips with friends.

[Last updated: July 2021]

45 Best Things to Do On a Road Trip with Friends & Family!

Looking for fun things to do in the car on road trips? The following 45 fun things to do during a road trip should help!

1. Record the journey

One of my top suggestions for things to do on a road trip with friends is to keep a journal as you go.

Write about where you’ve been, what you’ve been doing, and how you’re finding the experience.

It doesn’t have to be a hand-written thing either.

I mean, writing in a moving vehicle isn’t easy! You could save yourself the hassle (and mess) by typing notes on your phone or even dictating into it.

However you do it, journaling about your journey will help a) pass the time, and b) provide a lasting record of the trip.

You’ll be able to look back on it long after it’s over and reminisce over forgotten details.

Need some help getting started? Check out these travel journal prompts.

2. Track your route on a map

Another cool thing to do on road trips is to track your route on a map.

I did this on a recent trip to Australia. I was travelling around in a rickety old campervan for 6 months or so, covering more than 20,000km and stopping all around the country to take in the sights.

Wanting to remember where I’d been, I dropped a pin on Google maps at every new place I went.

The result? I’ve now got a lasting memory and a visual display of my route to look back on.

You could do the same, or take it one step further with an actual physical map. I’ve heard of people literally stitching their route (with a needle and thread) as they went from place to place.

You’d have a fun task to do along the way and an awesome memento of your road trip at the end!

3. Take tonnes of videos and photos (fun things to do in the car on a road trip)

I’m sure I don’t have to tell you to take lots of photos and videos as you go!

Most people will have their phones/cameras out at every opportunity on a road trip. It’s the perfect way to record your trip and all the amazing things you see and do.

Have some fun with it as well though.

For example, why not challenge each other to take a maximum of 5 photos per day? Or do a photo competition to see who can snap the best image. And so on.

It might also be cool to take a Polaroid camera with you on the road.

You’d end up with piles of physical photos that captured the moment to moment of your trip in a way that digital cameras and phones couldn’t.

4. Post about your trip on social media

You don’t want to spend all of your time on your phone.

But there’s no denying that social media provides another option for entertainment on a road trip.

Try to avoid any mindless scrolling though! The last thing you want is to let the trip pass in a blur of cat videos and random TikTok clips.

Think about creating a new Instagram profile and Facebook page for your adventures.

Record your endeavours, post photos, and write little stories of your exploits. People back home, and even random strangers, can then check in on what you’re up to. You never know, you could end up garnering a significant following.

5. What to do on long road trips? Play road trip games!

Games are a classic way to stay entertained on long car journeys.

There’s no shortage of options either. License plate bingo, cards against humanity, and eye-spy are just a few examples of popular road trip games to try.

Road trips are a great way to get out of town for a fun trip. But traveling looks a little bit different these days! If you’d rather not take the risk of staying in a hotel this year, don’t worry. There are a variety of ways you can have a great road trip without ever leaving your car! These simple tips will make your next road trip extra special.

How to Have a Fun Road Trip Without Leaving Your Car

Plan Your Route

If you don’t plan on stopping for the night, it’s a good idea to map out your route ahead of time. Think about the amount of time you’ll have on the road, then decide on a destination within that time frame. Think about roadside attractions and other notable side destinations you can enjoy along the way when you’re planning the route you’ll travel for your road trip.

Find Roadside Attractions

There are tons of great attractions you can view from the road, making a road trip the perfect way to travel while social distancing. Do a little bit of research to find some fun roadside attractions nearby to create a little bit of excitement as you drive.

Bring Your Own Food and Drinks

You’re going to need plenty of snacks and drinks if you plan on staying in your car for the whole trip! Pack a cooler with some drinks and sandwiches, then grab some on-the-go snacks to satisfy you between meals.

Create a Road Trip Playlist

A road trip wouldn’t be complete without a great playlist to go along with the journey. In addition to including some of your favorite songs, look for some classic driving songs to add to the list. You could even add in a few new songs to keep things interesting as you drive.

Listen to an Audio Book

If you’re more of a book person, make your road trip a little more exciting by picking an audiobook to listen to on your journey. Audiobooks are a great way to pass the time as you drive by providing you with an interesting story to keep you entertained between roadside attractions.

Play Some Games

One of the best ways to pass the time and have a little bit of fun on your road trip is with road trip games. From finding a license plate from every state to 20 questions, there are a variety of great road trip games to keep you and your passengers entered as you drive.

Get Comfortable

Riding in the car for an extended period of time can quickly get uncomfortable if you’re not prepared. Make sure to bring a few comforts from home, like blankets and pillows, to keep you warm and comfortable as you’re riding.

How to Have a Fun Road Trip Without Leaving Your Car can be fun with family or friends. Don’t stay stuck in the house this Fall! Go out and have fun.

How to have fun on a car trip

Jill A. Chafin
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How to have fun on a car trip

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Dreading an upcoming road trip? Don’t be discouraged by the endless hours ahead of you. Car trips can be fun if you get creative and plan them well. These tricks will help transform your next car ride into an exciting adventure.

Devise a Flexible Plan

Map out your route, including places to stop for food and breaks. Allow yourself to be spontaneous. If you see a quaint town, or a farmer’s market, pull over. Talk to the locals, buy a nifty souvenir, load up on homegrown veggies, and eat some local grub.

Part of flexibility is limit driving time to eight hours or less a day. Not only is it safer to drive less, but it also allows you some free time to stop and enjoy a diversion here or there. On top of driving less, alternate drivers if possible, having everyone do 2-3 hour shifts to minimize fatigue.

Avoid driving late into the night. Pulling an all-nighter means the other passengers doze off, leaving a lonely driver yawning and blinking into the night. Scheduling a healthy dose of sleep on any road trip is crucial for everyone’s safety—and sanity. Trust us; it’ll be more fun if everyone is rested.

Don’t Forget the Tech

Car travel has come a long way. Now that we can charge tablets and smartphones in any car, we have endless entertainment at our fingertips. Consider investing in a multi-way charger to keep all devices ready to go. This will also ensure your navigation stays right on track (although getting lost can be an adventure in itself).

Download movies from Netflix in advance, in case you hit areas with limited Wi-Fi and reception. Load up your phone or tablet with plenty of new apps and games. This is especially handy for kids who aren’t used to sitting still for many hours.

Create a list of podcasts or audiobooks that will appeal to everyone in the car. Pause every thirty minutes to discuss the material. While podcasts aren’t huge and downloading them on the road won’t put much of a dent in your data, you can download a bunch of your favorites ahead of time.

Take lots of pictures, during pit stops as well as from the car. You can edit them along the way, creating a fun album or collage of your trip.

Online trivia is an engaging and educational way to keep everyone awake. Pick your topics and let everyone take turns answering. Some top choices include geography, history, music, Disney, and pop culture. It’s okay if you’re not super brainy, you’re bound to learn new facts along the way.

Old-Fashioned Car Games Are Still Pretty Fun

Want to unglue everyone from their devices? There are plenty of classic car games from the days before portable gadgets.

The license plate game: see how many states you can find.

Alphabet signs: point out signs and billboards that start with the next letter of the alphabet.

Scavenger hunt: make a list ahead of time of things to point out or collect during pit stops. Get creative, such as a plastic fork from every gas station, or a list of fast food restaurants you see.

Solo Activities Can Keep You Sane

If you need a break from engaging with others, consider some of these low-key activities (obviously just for the passengers—it’ll be a few years yet before the driver can read a book safely).

  • Read a book
  • Do some journaling
  • Complete a crossword puzzle
  • Knit or crochet (watch those needles on bumpy roads)
  • Write postcards to family and friends back home
  • Coloring (it’s not just for kids)

Whatever you do, it’s nice to have a mental break and focus on a task that doesn’t need a second player or conversational partner.

Adventure Along the Way

How to have fun on a car trip

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Compile a list of hiking trails, museums, national parks, iconic attractions, and popular restaurants along your route (or within a short detour). Try to include exercise during your breaks; this will help stretch those achy muscles, get some oxygen to your brain, and break up the monotony of the endless highway. Why not engage in a quick game of mini golf after lunch? The loser gets to empty all the trash from the car.

Sing! Sing! Sing!

Who cares if you sing off key? This isn’t an American Idol audition. Open the windows, crank up the volume, and let loose. Have everyone in the car create their own playlist to keep things new and fresh. Or add songs to one playlist, hit random, and see what happens. There’s a reason road trips in the movies include lots of singing—it’s a ton of fun.

Activities for Kids

Many of the mentioned tricks will work for both kids and adults. Here are a few extra tips to keep those kids from whining, “Are we there yet?”

  • Use muffin tins as an activity tray for stringing beads, organizing play-doh, small trinkets, stickers, etc.
  • Keep plenty of snacks easily accessible, in a portable snack cup or a lunch box.
  • Invest in a bottle warmer to keep milk ready for babies and toddlers.
  • Wrap up new toys in bubble wrap. Offer one every few hours. Your kids will be excited to open a “present,” and then have hours of fun popping the bubble wrap (now would be an excellent time to turn up that playlist).
  • Consider games like hangman, magnetic checkers, and tic-tac-toe. It’s never too early to start them on the Rubik’s cube.
  • Find places for the kids to expel excess energy, such as a playground or a rest stop with plenty of trees for climbing.

Now go ahead, pack those bags, and hit the road. You’re all prepared to have a fun-filled, exciting road trip that won’t be the least bit boring.

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How to have fun on a car trip

Jill A. Chafin
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One of the best things about Christmas is spending time with family! From small Christmas mornings with your immediate family to huge ham dinners with cousins you didn’t even know you had, hanging out with your family is a big part of what makes Christmas so special. If you’re like me, you’ll have to drive a few (or more) hours to spend some time with everyone, but don’t worry! I’ve come up with a list of ways to make that Christmas road trip a great one.

1. Play a game.

If there’s one thing Greystone girls know how to do, it’s how to have fun anywhere! Don’t just scroll on your phone – time in the car is great time to spend with your family! One of my favorite car games is a simple one I like to just call “add three words.” You go around the car and tell a story, three words per person. Guaranteed to produce side-splitting laughter. Another classic is Name That Tune. Put a playlist on shuffle (this Disney-themed one from Greystone’s Spotify is a good one to try) and see who can be the first to guess the song without looking.

Catchphrase is a blast to play in the car. So is Count the Cows – or whatever there is a lot of where you’re driving. Could be yellow cars, Cracker Barrel billboards, fireworks stores…you name it! I guess it isn’t a game, but when I roadtripped from Alabama to the Grand Canyon with friends in college, we made it a goal to take a picture with every state sign – you know, the ones on the state line that are welcoming you. So fun!

2. Listen to an audiobook.

When Cat, Elizabeth, and I were on our recruiting road trip this fall, we picked a suspenseful audiobook to listen to. We were always trying to figure out what was going to happen next, and even though we ended up driving over 1000 miles in four days, I never got tired of driving! Audiobooks are basically movies for your ears, right? You could pick a fun, Christmas-themed one like The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. I love listening to The Chronicles of Narnia on audiobook. Everyone will be able to enjoy them, from your little brother to your mom. Your local library is a great place to go to check out audiobooks, and if you’re lucky like me, your library has an app where you can download audiobooks for free that will make your time in the car fly by!

3. Have a great conversation.

There’s something about a road trip that makes for a great conversation. Maybe it’s the excitement of going somewhere or the relaxed feeling of knowing you have plenty of time in the car. You could ask your parents about their very favorite Christmas from when they were little, or go around the car and talk about your favorite moments from the past year. One of the Head Table favorites is talking about what your spirit animal would be and why. Another great question to ask is, if you got to have a meal with a famous person (living or dead) who would it be and where would you take them to eat? My friends and I love talking about our perfect day – where are you, who else is there, what are you doing? Add in a pack of Skittles and it’s pretty much a family Shoppe date in the car!

How to have fun on a car trip

Although they know you’re traveling toward an exciting vacation, children typically don’t love long road trips. Ensure your time on the road goes as smoothly as possible by gathering an assortment of activities that will help pass the hours with ease. With a variety of games, surprises, and snacks, your family may discover that the journey is almost as entertaining and memorable as the actual destination.

1. Plan Stops. To make driving long distances a breeze, it will be easier on the children—and you—o build several pit stops into your route. Consider finding parks, kid-friendly historical sites or favorite chain restaurants where you can stop to recharge. Any location that will enable everyone to rest, get a snack, head to the restroom and step out of the car for a little while will take your mind off of the monotony of the road. You can also hold challenges for the children at each stop to see who can sprint across the parking lot the fastest or do the most jumping jacks in two minutes. These “competitions” may tire them out so they’ll nap on the next leg of the drive.

2. Listen Together. Before you leave home, load your tablet or phone up with a few audiobooks for children that you will also enjoy listening to as you drive. To ensure the speaking voice doesn’t simply lull everyone to sleep, pause the audio every so often to discuss what you’ve heard so far. To encourage the children to listen intently, ask questions such as what they would have done in one of the character’s positions or what they believe will happen next. If you don’t think they’ll be interested in a new book, you can also find fun podcasts that will keep them engaged.

3. Play Observation Games. When considering road trip games that children will enjoy, choose interactive ones that will allow everyone in the car to participate. Searching to see who can find the entire alphabet on the license plates of passing cars, billboards or road signs, for example, will keep everyone awake and alert on the drive. In addition, play a story-building game that begins with “Once upon a time…” and requires each person to add the next piece of the story featuring something he’s noticed on the drive such as a man on a motorcycle, a dog on a billboard or a red house visible from the road.

4. Educational Apps. If your children become easily engrossed in their tablets, download several educational applications that they can play while you drive. Children’s television stations such as PBS or Disney, for instance, offer free games that feature characters from their most popular shows to teach lessons on grammar, mathematics, colors, shapes and problem-solving. You can also add apps that will allow the kids to complete jigsaw puzzles, color pictures and draw without making a mess in the car.

5. Offer Treasures. Encourage your child’s best behavior on the road with the promise of choosing a wrapped gift from a treasure chest at various points along the drive. Fill a colorful box with small treats such as toy cars, crayons, and an activity tablet, magnetic games, board books or plastic puzzles or snack-sized packages of candy or trail mix, for instance. The idea of receiving a gift for behaving may keep the kids quiet as you drive, and they will also be occupied with their presents afterward to earn you some additional time in peace and quiet.

Whether you’re taking a road trip toward a vacation or a family function in another state, spending several hours with restless children in a car might not sound like an ideal situation. Dress comfortably, give yourself plenty of time, anticipating the grumpy and impatient moments and prepare activities to keep kids engaged, you’ll find yourselves bonding and arriving at your destination sooner than you think.

How to have fun on a car trip

Having a family road trip is fun and exciting. While you always look forward to seeing everyone in your family happy while you drive, unfortunately, long car rides can make your children anxious and irritable when they’ve been in the car for an extended period. If you want to keep your drive satisfying, you should consider some ways to keep your kids entertained on a long car trip.

1. Bring an art kit

● Keep in mind that children are creative. They love to draw and make some artistic stuff, keeping them entertained all throughout your car journey.

● With few things to remember, you can bring an art kit with you to make sure your kids don’t quickly get bored. In fact, you can make an art kit out of papers, color pens, crayons, and markers. All you need to do is pack them in one bag and don’t forget to give it to your children during the ride.

2. Give them fun toys

● Remember that kids are kids. They love to play even though during car trips. That’s why packing some car-friendly toys in boxes can go a long way to keep your children busy in the back seat.

● Utilize shoe boxes by filling plenty of fun toys there such as cards, legos, small figurines, and dolls. Take note that these toys are easy to pack and don’t take so much of your car’s space.

3. Go for picture-taking

● Picture-taking escapades can catch your children’s attention. To maintain their energy during long car journeys, picture-taking can be an excellent idea.

● While they tend to be easily fascinated with objects, let them take pictures of anything inside and outside the car to keep them occupied.

4. Have a snack time

● Lengthy car trips wouldn’t be complete without snack time. Besides, children are happier and livelier when they have a satisfied stomach.

● Considering the nature of your travel, you should keep in mind what kinds of foods you should pack. That’s why holding a variety of food with you can be the best option.

● Bring healthy snacks such as cereals, crackers, fruit snacks, and even candies. Of course, don’t forget to pack bottled waters and other drinks.

5. Make use of stopovers

● Taking a long car trip can be tiresome. That’s why lengthy car rides with children can be more worthwhile if you take advantage of numerous stopovers. Take note that stop-overs can be considered as one way of keeping your kids active during the whole joyride. After all, your family deserves to stretch their legs after a long drive.

6. Take advantage of electronic gadgets

We do understand that children are exposed to electronic gadgets nowadays. That’s why you shouldn’t forget to bring your electronic device and let your kids use it for entertainment purposes. That way, you can make sure that they’re still having a good time while riding.

How to have fun on a car trip

● With the latest technology trends nowadays, you can download useful apps for your children using these gadgets during car trips. Examples of these apps are those educational and fun-filled games, videos, shows and even music. By doing this, you’ll be able to make your children’s car ride experience more pleasurable than ever.

7. Play music

● Bear in mind that music is a form of entertainment for everyone. If you have a family car trip, you should make sure to play the kind of music that everyone in your family loves to listen. Benefit from a variety of playlists you have in the car and enjoy it for the entire ride.

8. Prepare gifts

● One way of making your children active is giving them gifts to unwrap throughout the travel. You can even use the element of surprise when you give them. Besides, children also love surprises.

● Applying this method, you should make sure to prepare your presents before you leave. Your gifts could be something special that interests them such as a small toy, sticker book, and other items to enjoy.

9. Relax

● Keeping your children entertained doesn’t always have to be complicated and time-consuming. By letting them stare out the window, you’ll be able to get their attention for a longer period.

● Having a conversation with them about what they see in the surroundings can also be engaging enough to keep them active.

Keeping your kids entertained on a long car trip may be difficult and challenging if you’re not at all prepared. Without the required effort, a botched family road trip is a possibility. But by planning your time activities before traveling, you’ll have the opportunity to create unforgettable and fun-filled memories your family can truly enjoy and cherish the rest of their lives.

If you and your kids have been involved in car accidents, this website will be helpful for you.

How to have fun on a car trip

I hope these fun road trip questions help spark some quality conversation in the car!

You can’t beat a good old-fashioned road trip.

It fills and thickens the air with a sense of freedom and possibility!

But let’s face it, driving for hours can have tedious moments too.

When the buzz dies down and the conversation dries up, you can be left watching the clock and counting down the kilometres.

It’s times like these when it pays to have some quality road trip questions up your sleeve!

The best questions for a road trip mean there’s always something to talk about, helping you avoid any awkwardness and have some fun in the process.

The tricky part’s knowing what to ask in the first place.

On the road and looking for some car ride questions ideas?

Let me help! Keep reading for 125 epic questions for road trips to spark some quality conversations in the car.

[Last updated: July 2021]

…Looking for laughs as well as conversation in the car?

200 Fun Road Trip Questions for Friends, Couples, and Families

This long list of questions for road trips should, I hope, help you avoid those awkward silences on the road. Pick and choose from the car ride questions below to rekindle the conversation!

My Top 20 Questions for a Road Trip

1. Where did you grow up?

2. Where do you want to be in 10 years’ time?

3. What’s your favourite colour?

4. What’s your favourite food?

5. How do you take your coffee?

6. Which sense (touch, taste, smell…etcetera) would you choose to lose if you HAD to pick one, and why?

7. What was the proudest moment of your childhood?

8. What life goals do you have?

9. What hobbies do you have?

10. How do you normally spend a rainy afternoon?

12. What would you do/where would you go if a zombie apocalypse hit tomorrow?

13. Which 5 people (real or fictional) would you choose to have with you in a survival situation?

14. What are your political opinions?

15. What are your thoughts on religion?

16. What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done in life?

17. Would you live forever if you could?

18. What or who would you miss most if you died tomorrow?

19. Who’s been the biggest influence on your life and why?

20. What guilty pleasures do you have?

How to have fun on a car trip

This long list of questions for road trips should keep the conversastion flowing from start to finish!

Heads up, you might also like this post with 50 interesting facts about travel!

20 Random Road Trip Trivia Questions

21. Who’s your favourite celebrity and why?

22. Have you ever had any ghostly encounters and, if so, what happened?

23. Would you rather watch a horror movie or a chick flick?

24. What’s the longest you’ve ever gone without showering/bathing?

25. Which element (earth, water, wind, or fire) do you most associate yourself with, and why?

26. What’s the best and biggest road trip you’ve done prior to this one?

27. Would you rather be gifted experiences or items for your birthday/Christmas?

28. What’s the single biggest purchase you’ve ever made?

29. Would you rather drink coffee or tea?

30. Would you rather plan everything to a tee or be totally spontaneous?

32. Who was your favourite teacher when you were at school, and why?

33. Would you rather have endless wealth or total contentment? FYI, here’s some advice on how to escape the rat race!

34. Would you rather spend the day at a theme park or the zoo?

35. What’s your favourite way to relax?

36. What’s one talent you wish you had but don’t (right now)?

37. What are your best pick-up lines?

38. What’s the drunkest you’ve ever been and what happened?

39. What actor would you get to play you in a film?

40. Who was your first childhood/teenage crush?

How to have fun on a car trip

There’s a bunch of road trip questions for couples in this list! Here’s one of them!