Want to go on a New England leaf-peeping trip? The fall foliage season is a prime time to see a rainbow of rustic colors along the highway. However, experts say it’s tricky to know when to go on these trips. However, you can maximize your chances of seeing leaves change by logging on to the new Leaf Peepr app by Yankee magazine. Experts have other tips for where to go based on previous year’s experiences.

For example, if you want to head up Route 100 in October and early November, you will likely see incredible fall foliage changes. Areas around northern Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine tend to change in early October, but southern New England states start to peak around late October and early November.

Planning a trip by car? You should get a tune-up before you head out. The best prices can be found at our location in Mechanicsburg & Mifflintown, PA. With Brenner Collision Center, you’ll get an exceptional price on oil changes, tire changes, and other tune-up services before you head out on the road.

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