In the South we drove on average a comfortable 2 hours a day. The drive from the South to the East fjords took more time (+/- 5 hours) due to the icy conditions on the road as well as our decision to stay in Egilsstadir instead of the southern part of the fjords. In the North on our way from Myvatn to Saudarkrokur we drove the peninsula, again adding time on the road (+/- 4 hours). The longest trip was from Saudarkrokur to Snaefellsnes as we concurred snow and ice on smaller roads leading to the peninsula: 6 hours. But not a second on the road in Iceland feels like a lost one, with breathtaking vistas joining you throughout the journey.
As you can see we sticked mostly to the Ringroad. We haven’t tackled the West fjords and Highlands yet.. One of the many reasons to book a second trip to Iceland (ASAP please!).