When you take delivery of a brand new car there are few things greater than taking it out on a long drive, especially if you can find the perfect road.

There’s no exact formula for what makes a road great. It could have any combination of long straightaways, twists and turns, hills and valleys or a scenic backdrop. But when you find that special spot it’s something you feel immediately.

Here are the best driving roads in the United States.

Blue Ridge Parkway (Virginia & North Carolina)

Connecting Shenandoah National Park to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway takes you through a major part of the Appalachian Mountains. The 469 miles of scenic road has plenty of spots to not only test your car out but to enjoy the outdoors with plenty of hiking trails nearby.

M119 (Michigan)

If you enjoy driving through forests then Michigan’s Tunnel of Trees is the right place for you. The M119 north out of Harbor Springs takes you through hardwoods and evergreens that cover the road from the sun. The M119 is best enjoyed in the spring or fall to take advantage of the colors

Route 101 (California, Oregon, Washington)

Some of the best views of the Pacific Ocean can be seen cruising through Route 101. While you can’t go wrong with Route 1 for a California road trip, Route 101 gives you the option to drive through Oregon and Washington if you’re really feeling adventurous.

Hells Canyon Road (Oregon/Idaho)

Hells Canyon Road in Idaho gives you a nice blend of twists and turns as you carve through the canyon walls that surround it. Starting from Coopersfield Campground in Oxbow, Oregon the 44 mile road takes you along the snake river and ends at Hells Canyon Dam. You’ll have to turn around once you reach the end but you won’t be disappointed on the drive back.

Tail of the Dragon (Tennessee)

If you want to test out the Mustang Mach-E's handling then Tail of the Dragon in Tennessee is the place to do it. With 318 turns just 11 miles of road be careful if you get car sick or dizzy. If you’re brave enough to handle all the turns then you’ll get a spectacular view of the Smoky Mountains and Cherokee National Forest. To get the best experience be sure to go when it’s dry and not rainy.

The Twisted Sisters (Texas)

While the trio of FM 335, 336, 337 in Texas is known more for being a motorcycle road, that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun in cars either. Starting northwest of San Antonio, you can do a loop that’s nearly 100 mile loop through Texas Hill Country that has over 200 turns.

Route 9W to Storm King Highway (New York)

Route 9W sits north of Manhattan and it lets you weave through Bear Mountain State Park. If you take the Storm King Highway afterwards then you’ll get taken to the Palisades which gives you panoramic views on the west bank of the Hudson River.

The Million Dollar Highway (Colorado)

Enjoy the beauty of Colorado driving through The Million Dollar Highway that highlights the San Juan Skyway. You will be treated to mountain passes and cliffside views as you drive through Durango, Silverton and Ouray, and Ridgway. The weather can be unpredictable so plan ahead.