These Classic Movie Road Trips Cost Way, Way More Than You'd Think

Ever daydream about taking a road trip from a famous movie like "Easy Rider" (1969), "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" (1998), or for the adventurous parents, "National Lampoon's Vacation" (1983)? Now you can move that idea from "pipe dream" to "mission in progress."

The website Ebates has put together an infographic that will help you develop a gameplan for tackling these famous trips - whether you want to take a short trek like Hunter S. Thompson's trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, or the Griswold's journey from Chicago to L.A.

The infographic provides routes, fuel estimates and comparisons of the cars used in the movies. And it offers insight into additional fees like Harold and Kumar's tab at White Castle. Check it out:

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