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People who consider themselves “real drivers” are told that the Interstatesare to be shunned in favor of backroads. “The Slab,” as the Interstate is referred to, is too boring, too flat, too straight, too filled with trucks and grandmothers to be of an interest to a driving enthusiast. The driving enthusiast is supposed to be out on the backroads, where a tree canopy shades an endless two-lane stretch of mountain vistas, challenging curves, streams, rivers and reservoirs, and tippy-top asphalt the whole way.

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Aleksandar LilichFeaturedauto news,Car magazine,global transportation,Global Transportation IT
People who consider themselves 'real drivers' are told that the Interstatesare to be shunned in favor of backroads. 'The Slab,' as the Interstate is referred to, is too boring, too flat, too straight, too filled with trucks and grandmothers to be of an interest to a driving enthusiast. The driving...