Make Your Long Journey Exciting With Road Trip Games

Hi there Readers,

Today we would like to share some interesting funniest road trip games for adults in order to make their long journey exciting.

Road trips with family or friends create memories that last a lifetime. To make the time pass quickly, try one of our fun road trip games. We have games for children of every age, including adult road trip games. Some can be played alone on a long drive, some with one other person, and some of our road trip games provide fun for everyone in the car. No equipment is required for most these fun games to play in the car, but we do have some old favorite paper and pencil games. Stay entertained and help your trip pass quickly with one or more of our road trip games.

Name That Tune

This simple road game works well with a car radio that scans stations with a “seek” button. Alternatively, you can have the front seat passenger change stations every five seconds. The goal is to guess the title of the song. A variation is to take turns singing the next line of the song.

Fortunately, Unfortunately

One person begins with an unfortunately statement and the next with a fortunately statement. For example,

  • “Unfortunately, there is a monkey in the back seat.”
  • “Fortunately, he has his seat belt on.”
  • “Unfortunately, I think he needs to use the restroom.”
  • “Fortunately, we are stopping soon.”
  • “Unfortunately, he is also hungry.”

A road trip game also suitable for older children and teens, the more bizarre the statements, the more fun this game becomes.

Once Upon a Time

A fun game that involves using your imagination, each player takes a turn looking at a car and the occupant(s) and creating a fictional story about them. Begin with the phrase, “Once Upon a Time.” For example, a teenager driving a red sportscar may prompt, “Once upon a time a guy bought a car to impress his girlfriend.” A variation is for each person to take a turn adding one sentence to the fictional story line.

Funny Phrases

Build words or phrases using the letter sequence in license plates. For example, a license plate with the letters DLF may be “Dogs Lick Faces.” For more of a challenge, include the numbers. M48LY might be “Married for Eight Long Years.” If you are doing words, AFL can be “awful.”

All About Me

If you want to know more about the people you are traveling with, this is a fun game to play. Each person says something the other one does not know , beginning with the phrase, “Do you know that I __________________. Answers can be simple or very revealing!

Never Have I Ever

Another adult road trip game that reveals some things about the players is Never Have I Ever. Each person takes a turn and says the phrase, “Never have I ever ______.” For example, “Never have I ever been in jail.” The next player guesses if the statement is true or false. The person with the most accurate guesses wins this game, or you can just play for fun.



Sherzod Karimov

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