Planning a Leaf-Peeping Road Trip

If you are planning to go on a road trip through New England, the best time to do so is in the fall. From late September to early November, the leaves changing in this region offers beautiful scenery for road trips. Experts say that you can take Route 100 to see all the leaves changing during the month of October, but there are some specific areas that truly show off their fall foliage.

In early October, experts say to visit northern New England in areas like New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont. Southern New England areas down to Boston Commons come to life with fall foliage around late October to early November. If you want to head to a specific destination, Smugglers' Notch is said to be the place to check out the change of seasons.

Want to check out your vehicle before heading down Route 100? Take it to Maserati of Wilmington Pike to get the best service.



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