THE Lake District, Land’s End in Cornwall and Snake Pass in the Peak District are among some of the most popular scenic destinations for Brits going on a road trip.

Also on the top ten list of dream routes are  the Cotswolds and Snowdonia in Wales.

The results were revealed in a survey of 2,000 drivers on what it takes to create the perfect road trip, from the vehicle and passengers down to the destination.

The research, commissioned by peer-to-peer car sharing marketplace Turo, also revealed one in five drivers consider it a perfect road trip if they rack up more than 1,000 miles, while three in ten would like to take to the open road for more than a week.

Sir David Attenborough would be the most desirable passenger, followed by comedian Peter Kay and Stephen Fry, with king of Carpool Karaoke James Corden in charge of the tunes.

These British favourites beat the likes of Beyoncé, Emma Stone and Tom Cruise to the passenger seat.

But American President Donald Trump is the least popular person to share a car with, with Kim Kardashian, Katie Price, Russell Brand, Katie Hopkins and Gemma Collins also among the high-profile celebs we’d rather leave at home.

Regardless of the company, it is rarely plain sailing once you hit the tarmac, with 56 per cent expecting to have at least one heated discussion on their trip.

These high-speed fall-outs are most likely to be caused by disagreements over which routes to take or criticism from backseat drivers

When hitting the road with a trusted companion, half think it is vital that the people in the car have good taste in music – 21 per cent have had harsh words about the choice of tunes for their trip.

If Brits had the opportunity to pick their perfect road trip ride, a Ford Mustang, Audi A3 or Land Rover Defender would be at the top of their wishlist.

Brits’ top 10 British road trip routes:

1. The Lake District
2. Land’s End, Cornwall
3. Snake Pass, The Peak District
4. The Cotswolds, Gloucestershire
5. Snowdonia, Wales
6. North Coast 500, Scotland
7. The Yorkshire Moors
8. The Jurassic Coast, Dorset
9. Loch Ness, Scotland
10. Causeway Coastal Route, Northern Ireland

It also emerged more than half of drivers go on up to three road trips a year.

When asked why they would choose a UK road trip over one abroad, 62 per cent of those polled, via OnePoll, want to explore British landscapes because they believe there’s so much still to see on their doorstep.

Meanwhile, 58 per cent prefer travelling within the UK as they know the rules of the road.

Sun Online Travel previously revealed how Route 66 was the most Instagram-worthy road trip in the world.

Snowdonia and the Argyll Coastal Route are among some of the most scenic.

And to keep your kids entertained, there are some great games for long road trips.

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