There are no words on this page mainly because they are unnecessary, and it tells a story with vivid emotions even though there's no dialogue to tell what's on their minds. Of course a top-down drive across sunny stretches of road is one of the most liberated little things that need to be enjoyed in life. And with T-square always being bitter to drive away from aggravations like Ruth, being away from him in a very comfy spot calls for a much-needed moment towards just sitting back and enjoying the pleasantness of freedom. As for me, I really like how you framed each panel almost perfectly. The scenery seems so honest that I found myself associating the wholes of the panels with places in real life that I can relate to, like the modern-day suburbia, the random jet stream painted on the huge patch of sky, and even the size of the car and the road they're driving on. There's only a few tiny things that bug me, though. The back bumper in panel two looks a little stunted, and I can't put my finger on what that corner of black frame in the last panel is connected to.