Summer is officially here, and with it comes the promise of the classic family road trip. However, before you hitch up that camper or boat, before you load the car with snacks and hit "play" on your Ultimate Road Trip Playlist, the NHTSA would like you to review some of their summer travel safety tips. A little bit of time spent planning before you leave will mean you're not left facing dire consequences later ...
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Dreaming of the perfect summer getaway? You can see it now: Cruising on the open road, strolling on the beach or camping under the stars—but a trip to the ER or getting stranded at a service station? That’s definitely not part of the plan! In this feature are six pre-road safety tips to make sure nothing spoils your summer trip.
My road trip plan this summer is to drive to Lake Tahoe, Calif., with my parents and sisters for a family reunion. Our family spent many wonderful summers on road trips to visit National Parks camping, hiking, enjoying fun times, playing games and singing around the campfire. I love the freedom of road tripping and choosing to go where I want and do what I want. What Is Your Life's Road Trip Style Behind the Wheel?
Drivers who neglect to do a quick mechanical once-over (even on newer cars) before taking to the highway are just begging to be stranded—most likely in the middle of nowhere, just out of range of the nearest cell tower, with hungry, tired kids in the back saying over and over, “Are we there yet?” ... Read More!