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They say that Virginia is for lovers, but it’s definitely for adventurers too – and history buffs and nature lovers and a whole lot more. You can basically divide Virginia into several sections, and each one has its own set of driving challenges. NOVA, or Northern Virginia, is part of the National Capital Region and bleeds into Washington, D.C. Richmond is the capital of Virginia is further south along with Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Newport News which all follow the coastline to the North Carolina border. The Shenandoah Valley is further west along with the heart of Appalachia region. Each area has its own personality and traffic challenges.

NOVA is the most congested. Although the Pentagon and Reagan National Airport are both considered to be in D.C. by many, they are both actually in Arlington. Crystal City in Arlington is a very busy part of the city with businesses, restaurants, and federal offices lining the streets, including the main drags: South Bell and Crystal Drive. Arlington, like parts of Alexandria, is well inside the Capital Beltway (I-495) and driving on the Beltway can be very challenging especially during rush hour when traffic is at its worst.

Regardless of what part of the state of Virginia you’re in, a roadside emergency or accident can be a stressful and potentially expensive surprise. Fortunately, HONK offers Virginia roadside assistance with its pay-as-you-go service. Simply download the free app and whether you have a flat on your way to the Civil War Trails or have a dead battery while you’re at the University of Charlottesville, HONK can get assistance to you quickly.

Driving I-95 can get hairy, especially around major cities, while Route 1 traffic tends to get particularly snarled around Alexandria. You need a roadside assistance service you can count on and HONK offers:

  • Towing Services
  • Dead Battery
  • Lockout Service
  • Tire Change
  • Out of Fuel
  • Stuck in Ditch
  • Flatbed Towing
  • and More

So go ahead, drive on Route 66, travel The Crooked Road or Skyline Drive, and relax along Routes 58 and 11. Take in the beach, enjoy the rich history or savor the lush natural beauty of the state. You can drive with confidence knowing that should anything go awry, a fender bender or your car overheats, help is right at your fingertips.