6 Road Trip Games to Spice up Your Business Trip | Avis Rent a Car

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Traveling for business with co-workers can be challenging, especially on longer road trips. Looking to liven things up between meetings? Here are some easy-to-play travel games guaranteed to make the miles fly by!

Song Trivia

The driver creates a playlist of soundtracks and the passengers get to guess which movie or television shows each song comes from. Bonus points can be earned for naming a fact about the movie or television show (year of the movie, actor in the show, etc.)

2 Truths and 1 Lie

The driver shares 3 things about themself; 2 are the truth and 1 is a lie. The other passengers then have to guess which one is the lie. This game always leads to interesting conversations!

20 Questions

The driver thinks of something (person, place, thing, animal) and the other passengers get 20 questions to figure it out. If they fail to guess the answer within 20 questions, the driver wins.

Alphabet Game

Driver and passenger look for letters of the alphabet on objects outside of the vehicle. For example, someone may spot an Amazon truck (the logo starts with the letter A). Once they call it out, they earn one point. Everyone then moves to the letter B and so on. Whoever spots the most letters wins.

Category Game

The driver picks a category (movies, songs, cars, etc.). The passenger then has to name something from that category with the letter “A” within 30 seconds. Once they do so, the next passenger (or driver) then names something with the letter “B.” Whoever lasts the longest wins.

Movie Game

The driver starts by naming an actor and then the passenger has to name a movie he/she was in. Once a movie is named, the next passenger (or driver) has to name an actor from that movie. For example: Tom Cruise = Top Gun = Val Kilmer = Tombstone = Kurt Russel = Overboard = Goldie Hawn. That game ends with Kevin Bacon.

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