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This is for you, the American citizen, whether native or illegal immigrant, let's teach you how to get around these, the United States of America.
First, you need to understand how the road system works in America:
- A kilometer is called a mile.
- A liter is called a gallon.
- French Fries are called Freedom Fries.
- Highways are called Interstates
- Y'all is a real word
Now that we got that out of the way, let's start!
Planning on visiting the snowy land of Alaska, or are you just lost? No worries, this state has snow plows making their roads somewhat accessable. You have to go through Canada though, so make sure to pick up some beer on the way.
Interested in doing some gambling, whether it be legal or illegal, or perhaps you want to marry that woman you found on the corner of the street. Use this guide to get you through the hot and barren land that is known as Arizona!
Care to ride your Hummer through the massive roads of California? Use our
Don't take this state's small size for granted, it's roads are quite complex. Then again, that's my opinion, which you probably don't care about.
...what? Just click the link.
Come on, it's Georgia.
Of course you need a guide to the roads of Hawaii, just make sure your tires can handle lava flows.
Hands hurt from typing...
Even people in the middle of nowhere need road maps too!
Beside the middle of nowhere!
I hate repeating myself.
Having difficulty navigating the weather-damaged roads of Kansas? Take a look!
Looking for the local Kentuckistan Fried Chicken, this guide can help!
I'll try my best...
Although it's still 'technically' part of Canada...
Be merry in Maryland!
Although most of our roads are not recorded, you can still 'try' to drive around Michigan.
WHEN WILL THE Ms END?!
That place with the river.
Or is it here...
Full of mountains, Montana is a driver's dream or nightmare for those starting to drive.
The ultimate road map for those wanting to lose their money!
edit New Hampshire
edit New Jersey
Vwelcome to New Joysee!
edit New Mexico
Yes, there's a New Mexico, get used to it.
edit New York
And yes, four states with the word 'new'. Somebody wasn't creative.
edit North Carolina
Driving to South Carolina from the north? Guess what, you're going through North Carolina!
edit North Dakota
For whatever reason you need to drive through here, we're here to help somewhat.
Trust me, it's bigger than you think.
It's north of Texas, so this guide is a definite asset.
Sure, Oregon is full of trees, but there are 'some' roads...aren't there?
edit Rhode Island
For roads on Rhode Island, the island full of roads! Horrible man, horrible...
edit South Carolina
Need to get to North Carolina driving from the south, use our South Carolina guide!
edit South Dakota
For that southern charm, in a middle state!
You...tah? Who comes up with these names?
It's way the heck up there.
I'm not making a vagina joke.
No, this is not Washington, DC, this is the more boring place to drive.
edit West Virginia
Have you ever tried navigating Wikipedia? 1,500,000 roads and climbing, it's a freaking nightmare!
Looking for some nice cheese or milk? Then Wisconsin is for you!
In the amount of time it took to get to this part of the page, you could be at your location in Wyoming by now.
If you ever think about navigating Texas on your own, you might as well shoot your genitalia.