The legendary American coach service, Greyhound, has made its transition to the UK with a fleet of vehicles named after classic pop tunes, such as Sweet Caroline, Peggy Sue and Jolene.
The buses include Wi-Fi, power sockets, leather seats and complimentary newspapers, as the company targets professionals and students; but with the prospect of a trip from London to the south coast for £1 (and a maximum single fare of £12), its combination of cost and quality should keep the old dog running.
But if public transport isn't the way forward for you, why not take a look through this selection of desirable drives for a road trip from VW Campers to Ford Mustangs?
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