Last Updated on January 7, 2021
When you’re out driving your car, you feel free. The whole of the machine feels like an extension of your body, allowing you to experience a pleasure that walking just cannot offer—this is true of every car there is, be it a new car, an old, used car, a hybrid car, an electric car, or one of those expensive luxury cars. You take your car out of the car wash and just run wild with it. Kudos for that!
However, not all the roads of the world are open to your car; some regions in the world don’t even have roads that would accommodate your car.
Therefore, if you think of visiting any of the cities that we have included in this list, keep in mind that your Tesla car, such the Tesla Model X, the Tesla Model 3, or the Tesla Model S (the Tesla Roadster hasn’t been released yet :/), will not be allowed there.
We know! It is unfortunate that you can’t drive some of the best electric cars that have ever been produced, but you just have to live with it.
Mackinac Island, Michigan
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If you own, say, an Audi car or a Volkswagen car, you will not be allowed to drive in or through Mackinac Island. This place has only 500 residents and contains a historic village and some natural splendors.
If you want to visit the place, you have to leave your car elsewhere and roam around on foot. For example, you can visit mansions, natural limestone formations, and the old fort.
In Zermatt, Switzerland, you are very unlikely to find a car dealership around. The reason behind this is the fact that cars are banned in this place and you will not be allowed to bring your car in.
Therefore, if you want to enjoy the restaurants, shops, and museums, you will have to park your car at a nearby place called Täsch and take the train to Zermatt. There’s a ski school, so… better than any new cars, right?