The classic “Touring” card game was published continually for over 60 years. Invented in 1906, it followed the rise of the automobile in popularity. By 1924, the Parker Brothers company added it to their catalog and began a series of updates decade-by-decade. Their artwork and text changes as cars and traveling changed, finally being overshadowed by Mille Bournes in the late 1950s.
The game is a card collection style game in which players are attempting to reach a goal expressed in “miles traveled.” But adding mileage cards is not easy when your competitors can play hazards to your tableau. Flat tires, running out of gas, collisions, and speed limits must be dealt with on your road trip.
The game is surely “dated” but I think it’s still a fun diversions for family game night. Out of print now, but it can still be found in thrift stores and online.