Take Chevy’s Road Trip Across All Contiguous 48 States

Take Chevy’s Road Trip Across All Contiguous 48 States

Take Chevy’s Road Trip Across All Contiguous 48 States

Chevy’s Road Trip Coming To You

Have you dreamed of seeing the entire country by car? Now’s your chance with Chevy’s road trip, designed in conjunction with data scientist Randy Olson. The trip takes you through all 48 contiguous United States (you’ll have to get to Alaska and Hawaii some other time) with an exciting stop in each state, including theme parks, national parks, and famous landmarks.

All Across America

The trip covers 13,389 miles of American roadways and would take roughly 214.56 hours—that’s nine days—of pure driving. But since you will probably want to stop to eat, sleep, and use the rest room (and fill up at the gas station and get some oil changes), the trip will likely take you much longer. In fact, with each of the 48 planned stops and your own detours to see family, friends, and travel destinations you’ve always dreamed of, you should probably plan for at least a month on the road.

Shared Memories With The Family

“Road trips are about creating shared memories and quality time with family and friends,” remarked Steve Majoros, director of marketing, Chevrolet Cars and Crossovers. “And when on the road, travelers can trust Chevrolet vehicles to help get them where they’re going reliably. Chevy is now the only brand to earn J.D. Power Dependability Awards for cars, trucks and SUVs three years in a row.”

Whether you plan to tackle all of Chevy’s road trip or just a portion near us in Pennsylvania, make sure to get your routine maintenance done first at H&H Chevrolet in Shippensburg, PA.

Bolt production

Chevy Will Increase Bolt Production to Launch US Into EV Future

Bolt production

Charge At Your Home

Bolt Production For The World

It is no secret that our current method of powering vehicles is not sustainable: Gasoline is a limited resource, and it pollutes our environment every time we use it. Automakers have heavily been investing in alternative fuel source research in the last several decades, leading to innovative vehicles like Chevy’s Malibu Hybrid, Volt plug-in hybrid, and Bolt EV.

No More Gasoline

As part of its commitment toward a future where we don’t rely on gas-powered vehicles, Chevrolet will be upping Chevrolet Bolt production at its Orion Assembly plant near Detroit. This comes from Mary Barra, GM CEO and a major proponent of electric vehicles. Barra did not state how much of a production increase the plant would see, but she did indicate that this would create jobs in Detroit.

Adopting Electric Vehicles

“I think it’s [adoption of electric vehicles] going to happen more quickly than decades. As more and more people recognize that we have the right range, understand that we have a charging infrastructure so they don’t think you’re going to be stranded, I think you’re going to see EV adoption continue,” Barra told CNBC in an interview.

Charge Stations Coming Your Way

General Motors will also be working with those in the energy industry and other key stakeholders to develop a wider network of EV charging stations here in the United States. If you want to get a head start on the future, come talk to us at H&H Chevrolet in Shippensburg, PA about the Chevrolet Bolt and how you can drive one home.