These Guys Ditched Work And Drove A Challenger Hellcat Across America

Road Trip

Why? Just because.

Sometimes you need to take a break from it all. Work. School. Relationships. Whatever. The pressure from stuff like that can get to anyone. To counter it all, some seek professional help. Some may give yoga a shot. While others may prefer to keep it all in and one day go berserko. But we really prefer this method. Call it gearhead style therapy. These guys took a brand new Dodge Challenger Hellcat from Providence, Rhode Island to Los Angeles, California in a week-long road trip. Why? Because why the hell not. No prior planning was done.

It was just one of those things that needed to happen. Not everything went smoothly, of course. The threat of tornados will do that. The video ahead chronicles Ryan and Dan’s cross-country trip, coast-to-coast.

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