We just got back from a road trip across the state.  A trip can be good or bad depending on how much you've planned for it.  Here are some little things that made our trip flawless...

Utires did a study to see how Americans are traveling these days and found that many of them are choosing to road trip instead of flying or taking a train.  They actually found that 2 in 3 of the people surveyed plan to go on more road trips now than they did prior to Covid-19.  The sweet spot for a trip includes 13 hours of driving with 4 passengers and stops every 2 hours to get out and stretch.

Road trips are unlike any other trip.  You plan to be in a vehicle for days on end and really see the country.  The good part is that you don't have to be on time (for the most part).  You leave when you're ready to leave.  You don't have to be at an airport or a bus terminal at a certain time. They can be cheap too...if you're prepared.

Our trip went from our home in Buffalo up to the Berkshires in Massachusetts, then over to Salem to learn about the witch trials that happened in 1692, then over to Boston to explore that city, then finally back home.

To make a trip like that requires planning...and a lot of it!

Luckily, my wife is really good at that kind of stuff.  If it were left to me, our trip would have cost a ton more.  There's no way I would have even been close to prepared for it.

But with a list like this...you can be...

Here's a list of 25 little things that can make a big difference for your next Road Trip.

 

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