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On The Road Turn-By-Turn Driving Guide

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Ever read Jack Kerouac's classic 1957 novel On The Road and wished you could recreate it for yourself? Well now you can.

Designer Gregor Weichbrodt has created this genius book which details the whole journey undertaken in the book - adapted into a film of the same name in 2012 - as a series of turn-by-turn instructions, running to a total of 17,527 miles and around 60 pages of text.

You can buy the work as a paperback, buy it as an ebook, or read it for free online.

Right, we've got the haribo in - who's joining us on this mega roadtrip?

(Images: Gregor Weichbrodt/AllStar)

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