5 Road Trip Games

A road trip in a 2012 Chrysler Town & Country Limited is an immensely comfortable ride with technology features and entertainment options for everyone. Second- and third-row DVD players will occupy the kids’ attention for hours on end, and because they’re using wireless headphones, mom and dad can drive without distraction. At some point, the whole family will want in on some good old fashioned game time, so we’ve chosen a few of our favorite games that you can play on your family road trip.

I Spy – A legendary game. The first player begins by saying, “I spy with my little eye…” and then gives either the color or first letter of the object in mind. Then the guessing begins and whoever guesses correctly gets to choose the next object. Award bonus points to whomever picks a Chrysler 200, 300, and Town & Country.

Rock, Paper, Scissors – The classic game that’s survived the test of time. Just make sure that everyone is playing by the same rules – do you throw down your hand on “scissors” or use “shoot?” The result of a miscommunication can get pretty ugly.

Brain Quest® – For 20 years, Brain Quest has delighted kids and parents with fun, curriculum-based question-and-answer quiz games. The quiz decks range in difficulty level from toddler to seventh-grade and you can also find decks based on different subjects like math and reading. For a road trip in a Town & Country, Brain Quest for the Car is a great choice.

Name the Song – A perfect game with which to use the SiriusXM™ Satellite Radio in the 2012 Town & Country Limited. Choose from over 100 channels to find the right style or genre for you and your kids to play.

The Alphabet game – The game starts with the letter “A.” The first person to spot an “A” (then “B” and “C” and so on) in a sign, billboard, or somewhere else yells out that word. For example, when someone sees the “Town & Country” trademark on the tailgate of a fellow driver on the road, they would yell out, “‘C’ in Town & Country.”

For more on the 2012 Chrysler Town & Country – the ultimate family vehicle – visit Chrysler.com.

Have a favorite road trip game or activity for the car? Let us know in the comments.

*vehicle shown is the 2012 Chrysler Town & Country Limited

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