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What's the furthest that you've drive in your TB / Envoy?

Discussion in 'Chevy Trailblazer Forum (GMC Envoy)' started by ChevyFan, Mar 6, 2005.

  1. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member 1000 Posts

    What's the furthest that you've driven your TB / Envoy?

    Let's get an idea for how far you've gone.
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2007
  2. Fire Island

    Fire Island New Member

    RE: What

    I've driven across country in my Trailblazer. Pretty sweet, although I did have to pay through the nose for gas. But I got over 20+ MPG on the freeways of the good ole' USA!
  3. MaxChase

    MaxChase New Member

    RE: What

    I've gone just regionally. Nothing too major or life-disrupting.
  4. smiddy

    smiddy New Member

    RE: What

    I haven't driven all that far. I guess I'm boring.
  5. Chevy Girl

    Chevy Girl Member Platinum Contributor

    RE: What

    Mee too. I haven't gone anywhere but around town. I go to the UW and live on canpus but I'm from Lynnwood.
  6. Aeropagus

    Aeropagus Member Platinum Contributor

    RE: What

    I bought my rig in New Mexico. I've been to Arizona, Colarado and Texas with her. That's it. But getting across Texas is quite a jaunt.
  7. CrossMan

    CrossMan New Member

    RE: What

    I drive mostly from Salem to Southern California and back. I do a lot of sales up and down the 5 so I do a lot of driving. But nothing outside of Cali and Ore.
  8. Safety1

    Safety1 New Member

    RE: What

    I'm boring too. I just drive around southern florida. :-(
  9. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member 1000 Posts

    RE: What

    I guess becuase of the cheap air-fare it's not as necessary to load up the family in the old car and take off. You can fly there in one day across country and then rent a car and enjoy time in your destination instead of on the road.

    Unless you're going skiing or something like that.

    When my boy is a little older, we're going to take a trip out to New Mexico. Maybe Santa Fe or Taos and spend a week up in the mountains. The TB will be great for that. That's only like an 8-10 hour trip anyhow from Dallas.
  10. Grizzly

    Grizzly New Member

    RE: What

    I don't drive very far really. Sorry to say.

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