Beat summer travel boredom with these fun car games!

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The roads are expected to get really busy over the weekend as over nine million cars hit the road to try and get away on holiday!

Traffic is expected to be really heavy all weekend and loads of traffic jams are predicted.

That might mean spending longer trapped in your car than usual… But travelling doesn’t have to be super dull specially if you rented your transportation at Hobart camper hire, there many ways of havinf fun!

If the battery on your iPad has died and you’re trying to make time fly by, there are loads¬†of ways to make travelling fun…

Here are a few simple games to try!

The Alphabet Game

On a big, two-lane road, one person chooses the right-hand side of the road, and someone else the left.

Each player looks for letters of the alphabet that appear on signs or license plates on their side of the road.

The object of the game is to point out all the letters of the alphabet in order, from A to Z. The first person to spot the entire alphabet wins!

Twenty Questions

This is a really classic game! One person secretly thinks of either an animal, mineral, or vegetable.

The other players then take turns asking yes-or-no questions, such as “Can it fly?” or “Does it grow in the ground?”

After the players have asked 20 questions, each player gets a chance to make a guess – can you guess what the other person is thinking of?

The Theme Song Game

One person hums the tune to a favourite TV show, and everyone else tries to name the show as fast as possible!

The first person to guess correctly hums the next song.

Restaurant Race

Each player chooses a restaurant, such as Burger King, McDonalds, Pizza Hut, etc.

Players earn points by spotting their restaurant off the road, on a billboard, on signs, or by hearing it mentioned on the radio.

Impose a time limit — say, 20 minutes — and then add up the points!

Fun Kids Sing Along

We play loads of cool songs on Fun Kids from the biggest popstars around.

Here’s a challenge: Can you sing along with one whole song without getting any words wrong?

We bet some are super easy but we also guarantee it will take you a couple of attempts!

One wrong word means you’ll have to wait for the next (and totally different!) song…

What are your top tips for passing time as a passenger?

Let us know in the comments below! 

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