On the Road Again: Exploring the Best Automotive Museums in Each State

I’m sick……..and no it’s not Covid. In fact, you might be sick too. You may want to check yourself. The most common symptom is walking past your car, whether it be in your garage or in the driveway, and starting to hallucinate about being on a spirited ride through the mountains or canyons. Before you realize it you’ve been standing in the freezing rain or snow for untold minutes before snapping out of it. Snapping back to the reality that we have months more dismal gloom keeping us from mashing the throttle of our motorized chariots. The sickness is real. It’s not some lab-borne bat contagion. It’s SPRING FEVER!!!!!!! After weeks of cautious driving to avoid the occasional spots of black ice you feel that aching in your bones to push those tires to the edge of their gripping potential. The good news is that there may be a remedy. Not one that will fully cure our affliction. That can only be cured with time and a kind nod from mother nature. But this remedy will at least give you at least a slight glimmer of hope and maybe even spark a whole new interest in your automotive addiction. Okay, I won’t keep you waiting any longer. Your fix is a trip to an automotive museum. And, as it turns out there exists a resource that outlines automotive museums by state! Better yet, many of these museums put on events like open houses, auctions, swap meets, workshops, and other fun events and they are a great resource for car and motorsport enthusiasts! The list comes complete with the museum name, address, phone number, and website (where available) so you can get all the important details prior to putting your but in that cold driver’s seat. Who put the list together? Well, it has been compiled by the folks over at Drivingtestsample.com  They also put together free driving test samples as well as roadsigns, so feel free to test your knowledge while you are on their page. Also, if you know of a museum that isn’t listed, they would love to hear from you. It would be terrific if the Gears, Guns, and Grub readers out there could add to this great find and make it a living breathing resource! In the meantime, wipe that gloom and doom look off your face and plan a trip to a nearby auto museum to tide your appetite over till at least springtime!