Protect, Preserve and Revitalize
The worldwide, non-profit organization dedicated to directing the public’s attention to the importance of U.S. Highway Route 66 in America’s cultural heritage and acquiring the federal, state and private support necessary to preserve the historic landmarks and revitalize the economies of communities along the entire 2,400-mile stretch of road.
Tips for Driving Route 66
Your Route 66 trip will be very enjoyable if you do a little preplanning. The road is not on ordinary maps and there are very few road signs. We recommend you go to our website store and order the Route 66 Kit that suits your needs and budget. The kit will allow you to plan your trip in advance by giving you the materials necessary to find and enjoy the legendary road. Plus you will save money and get free trip consultation 7 days a week. Tips for Driving Route 66...
Renting a Car for Your Trip
The best thing to do regarding rental cars is to go to the websites of the major international car rental agencies (Budget, Dollar, Thrifty, Avis, National, Hertz, Alamo, etc.) or try CarRentals.com and compare. Rates are very erratic and change regularly. Contrary to popular belief, with the exception of small local agencies which you will want to avoid, no one agency is consistently cheaper than another. It all depends on when you will be traveling, your departure point and destination, how long you will be gone, the type of vehicle you would like, the dates you will be traveling, how much they want your business at the moment, etc.
FREE With Every Order
A FREE Gold Star Winners digital booklet A FREE digital booklet is e-mailed to you when you place an order on this website. The booklet highlights 24 of the top places on Route 66 as chosen by Route 66 travelers over two decades. (One for every hundred miles.) Each location includes a description and a full color photo. A map shows you where each is located.