Welcome to our Driving collection, a journey down the open road where freedom, adventure, and the thrill of exploration await. In this curated compilation of quotes, we steer into the captivating world of driving, celebrating the art of maneuvering machines, the connection between driver and road, and the stories that unfold along the way.
Driving is more than a means of transportation; it's a passage to new horizons, a symphony of sensations, and a canvas for creating memories. Our Driving quotes honor the joy of hitting the open road, the camaraderie of road trips, and the simple pleasure of navigating the twists and turns of life.
Whether you're a road trip enthusiast, an aficionado of classic cars, or simply captivated by the freedom of the driver's seat, these quotes offer insights into the unique experiences that come from the act of driving.
Embark on a journey that explores the landscapes that blur past, the emotions that arise from the hum of an engine, and the memories that linger long after the journey is over. Discover the stories told through winding roads, the adventures that beckon beyond the horizon, and the connection between the driver, the road, and the world outside the window.
For the first time driving that day I could feel the motion of the Earth. The Earth rushing through the emptiness of space. Spinning on its axis but they say you don't feel it, you can't experience it. But to feel it is to be scared and happy at once and to know that nothing matters but that you do what you want to do and what you do you are. And I knew I was moving into the future. There is not PAST anybody can get to, to alter things or ever to know what those things were but there is definitely a future, we are already in it.
I love to deer hunt and fish and drive down the back roads in my truck. All those things basically equal freedom to me - and not having to return that message or call from my record company or management. At some point, I need to recharge.
My favorite city to drive is Monaco. I can only choose Monaco. Monaco is where I am born. It’s a very small city and it’s exactly on the same streets I took the bus to go to school. Now I am taking them at 300 km/h in a F1 car. It’s a quite a special feeling.
I'm just a black hole for stuff. No one should ever hand me anything, because I get so easily distracted. I'll be like, 'Oh, look, something shiny!' I'm glad I never learned how to drive. I would be really dangerous.
The better you get, the less you run around showing off as a muscle guy. You know, you wear regular shirts-not always trying to show off what you have. You talk less about it. It's like you have a little BMW - you want to race the hell out of this car, because you know it's just going 110. But if you see guys driving a Ferrari or a Lamborghini, they slide around at 60 on the freeway because they know if they press on that accelerator they are going to go 170. These things are the same in every field.
I still pinch meself when I wake up of a morning...Who ever thought I'd be a children's author -- let alone a best-selling children's author? I feel I should still be driving a truck, or (working as) a longshoreman.