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Roadtrip starting from Denton (Dallas area), TX to see as many States

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I really need ya'll's help....

I haven't seen much of the US except for Louisiana, New York, Illinois, California, Georgia and my home state, Texas. I mean, Oklahoma is literally 30 minutes away and I still haven't been there.

I'm more into quality than quantity but I pose another issue- I will be traveling in January (3-15)
Does anyone recommend a route to see as many states as possible? I'll be driving a Hyundai Elantra Touring and have NO experience driving in snow but I can purchase snow chains if needed.

My goal in life is to see ALL 50 states before I'm 35 (i have about 8 years to go).

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