It’s that time of year again. As you head up New England for a leaf-peeping trip, you expect to see the fall foliage in full bloom. However, it’s incredibly difficult to pick a precise day to go for a road trip just to see the eye-popping colors of leaves as they change in the fall. However, experts have found that certain areas change their colors consistently at the same time each year.

For example, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine all experience foliage changes in late September and early October. However, during late October, the seasons change in southern New England. The best way to experience these changes is through a road trip, so if you need to check your car out before you go, the best place to take it in Broomfield, CO is to the service team at Sill-TerHar Mazda.

Planning to stay where the leaves are changing? You may want to try a road trip to Smugglers’ Notch or take a trip down Route 100 to see the peak of fall foliage.

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