3 perfect highways to drive in India on your TVS Wego

Whether you are hardcore travelers, seasonal tourers, or just a stressed-out duo looking to leave the hustle and bustle of the city, we have got an exciting travel option for you – A trip to the highways of India. Yeah, you heard that right. We are not talking about drab highways, but roads that will prove that travelling is not necessarily just about the destinations, but the experiences you collect along the way. So get your TVS Wego out, strap your helmets on, and set out on a road trip down these beautiful roads.

  1. Chennai-Pondicherry


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The 150 km East Coast Road connecting Chennai and Pondicherry constitutes a smooth coastline ride offering an eclectic journey laced with spectacular views of the Bay of Bengal and luscious green landscapes. There are also a whole host of attractions that you can visit during a break in the ride: a crocodile bank, the Cholamandal Artists’ Village, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the Alamparai fort amongst other attractions.


  1. Noida-Agra


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If you are looking for a smooth, easy drive where you can just cruise along, the 165 km long Yamuna Expressway is for you. This slick highway pretty much remains straight and goes through tons of farms and fields, taking you through rural settings. It’s definitely a breather from the shabby, pothole-ridden roads in India. This beautiful strip of pavement will make driving a truly liberating experience.


  1. Puri – Konark


The NH-203 is a relatively shorter, 35 km drive between the popular religious and architectural sites of India. This road is beautifully shaded at intervals with trees on either side creating a comforting cover for two-wheeler rides. It offers a good mix of green and blue with the shores coming into view on and off and offers respite from the heat making it a treat for the senses.


So where are you taking your TVS Wego this weekend? Leave us a comment and let us know!



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