How to drive your car on the Monterey Peninsula

A drive from New York City to Monterey, California, takes just under an hour. 

But, you might be surprised to discover that you can still buy an air-conditioned car. 

There’s an easy way to do it. 

For the past two decades, the Monty Panorama has been a place where people can enjoy an airy experience and have a good time without driving an expensive car.

A trip to Monty is a popular weekend destination for tourists, but for many locals it is not an option. 

This is partly due to the region’s reputation as a dumping ground for cars. 

In 2013, an international report found that the number of vehicles registered in Monty was up by a third in just three years.

The area was also one of the top places to sell vehicles in the US in 2013, according to the US Government Accountability Office (GAO). 

But this year, a number of initiatives have begun to change that.

In November, the state of California became the first in the country to ban the sale of air-con and air-freshener vehicles. 

“The move was a big win for Monterey County, which had struggled to curb the number and cost of air conditioning units in its county,” the LA Times reports. 

The Monterey National Forest is also considering the issue, with the county planning to study the issue further. 

Despite the changes in the law, the road to becoming a true air-cooled city is still wide open. 

And while there are plenty of alternatives, like the Montaiguor, you may have to wait until January to experience them for yourself.