There are some roads that sing…literally!If you drive, you likely know what a “rumble strip is” … those grooves on roads that make a loud, noise when a car crosses them. They’re actually very useful as they are there to alert drivers who are getting too close to the edge of their lanes.But some enterprising folks have made rumble strips a bit more of a novelty…even though safety is still part of the equation. There are some places where, if you drive over a rumble strip at just the right speed (which is a speed generally meant to get cars to slow down a bit), you will hear a song.You’ve probably heard of the famous Route 66 in the United States. There is a “singing road” on it in New Mexico where you can drive over those rumble strips and hear “America the Beautiful” playing. You can also venture to California to find another harmonious road…where you’ll hear the “William Tell Overture.”Only 6 “singing roads” exist in the world…it’s on my personal bucket list to drive over one soon!
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