Help fuel kids’ futures, One drive at a time: The Road to Literacy Test Drive.

When Elijah was born we realized we needed a new family car. We have yet to finalize our decision. It's a big purchase and we need to consider whats best for our family long term.

Before I was a parent, I would never have considered a minivan... that is until I saw the Chrysler Town & Country. They had me at "Stow 'n Go seating" but add into that the words "touchscreen stereo interface" and I was hooked. I had to learn more about the Chrysler Town & Country.

The 2011 Town & Country has been totally redesigned inside and out. Now featuring a more refined exterior and a much more luxurious interior this minivan is visually appealing and comfortable! With features like automatic headlights and wipers, power-adjustable pedals, driver seat, and tailgate, rear parking sensors, and even that touchscreen stereo interface and Stow 'n Go seating system I mentioned earlier, you will certainly feel like you are driving a luxury vehicle. And did I mention those features are equipped on even base models? The Chrysler Town and Country is available in three different packages: Touring, Touring-L and Limited. If you think the base model is loaded, you have to check out the Limited! You can even add on a twin-screen entertainment system with Sirius TV! They add much more to this van and you may never have to get out!

The only thing left for us to do is test drive one! Luckily it's a great time to test drive a new 2011 Chrysler Town & Country! Chrysler has recently launched a new program, Road To Literacy Test Drive. Test drive a Town & Country now through June 1st and they will donate five books to the school of your choice, plus an additional five books to a school in need. Donating over 150,000 Scholastic books across the country, Chrysler believes a bright future begins with a solid education for our children.

 Please visit for more information on how to participate in the Road To Literacy Test Drive!

This post was sponsored by Chrysler Group, LLC. The author was compensated a monetary fee of $100 per post, up to two posts, in return for her agreement to blog about the Road To Literacy Test Drive. However, all opinions are honest and that of the author. We wouldn't blog about something we didn't 100% honestly support!


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