These Are The Most Electric Vehicle-Friendly Road Trips,

West Coast, USA: The West Coast of the United States, renowned for its scenic beauty, offers an iconic road trip with a dense network of electric vehicle chargers along major highways like I-5, Highway 101, and Highway 

Côte d'Azur, France: France's Côte d'Azur, particularly the stretch between Nice and Menton, is hailed as Europe's best EV road trip. The route features abundant EV charging stations, scenic views, attractions, and beaches.

Lakes And The Sea, Slovenia: Slovenia promotes eco-friendly tourism and offers EV-friendly road trips. The route from Lake Bled to Piran boasts high numbers of charging stations, short drive times, and increasing accommodation providers with onsite charging.

National Park Route, Utah, and Colorado: Despite the wilderness setting, national parks in Utah and Colorado, including Arches, Canyonlands, Mesa Verde, and Rocky Mountain, have ample charging stations, making EV road trips feasible for outdoor enthusiasts.

Atlantic Road, Norway: Norway's well-maintained roads and extensive EV infrastructure make it an excellent destination for a road trip. The Atlantic Road, in the west, offers stunning fjords and traditional fishing villages with charging stations strategically placed.

New England Scenic Routes, USA: The northeastern U.S., including Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, embraces EV travel with abundant charging stations in cities and along picturesque routes like Vermont Route 100, Kancamagus Scenic Byway, and coastal highways.

North Coast 500, Scotland: Scotland's North Coast 500, a circular coastal route, is a traveler's dream with over 40 charging stations spread across its 500-mile span. The route is known for its stunning views, castles, and archaeological sites.

Bruges to Amsterdam, Belgium, and the Netherlands: The road trip from Bruges to Amsterdam, known for its love of bikes, is EV-friendly with charging ports along the route.