In most parts of this great nation of ours, driving roads are controlled by lower speed limits that are meant to save the lives of motorists. But with higher-speed highways and back roads, driving enthusiasts can hit the gas and enjoy a scenic view.
As follows are four of the best "fast and furious" roads you can find all across the country, mostly in the southern and Midwest states. Most Northeastern states have strict 65-mile per hour limits; avoid getting caught in a speed trap by knowing never to pass that speed once you drive into places like Maryland, Connecticut and New York.
1. Toll road from San Antonio, Texas to Austin, Texas - Admittedly, Texas has some of the most lenient speeding laws in many parts of the state. In East Texas, and on many rural roads with long sightlines, the speed limit is 80 miles per hour. But on this 41-mile long toll road from Austin to San Antonio, drivers can legally go 85 miles per hour on this scenic route.
2. Billings, Montana to Butte, MontanaRead More »from Scenic drives with higher speed limits