If you take a trip on the road, planning will help you to enjoy what could be the greatest adventure of your life. This will be made possible if you rent a vehicle.
We will give you eight tips that have been tested on the road and will assist you as you head for the horizon of your journey.
You must know which travel style you like.
If you are the kind of person who has to plan the hotels to stay during your trip, or are you a little more adventurous and do you like to “play this game” during your trip? Well, if the trip you have planned includes travel companions, this could become a problem for your trip. What you might think of “freedom” in your journey could be a nightmare for someone else.
To plan your trip.
Now here’s the part that’s fun! When you have all the facts and ideas in hand, it’s time to plan your trip. Be sure to check the incoming weather conditions if you choose to stop at hotels, you may want to book in advance. Plan the trip on the line and on the map, if you have a GPS, use it and calculate different alternatives for your trip. You can also check the type of activity that each stop can have.
Make sure you have the right equipment in your vehicle and prepare for emergencies.
You need to make sure that everything you travel with the proper equipment and that you are ready to deal with emergencies. If you travel by camper, car, motorbike, bicycle or even a lawnmower, your journey will be much safer and more fluid if the vehicle is in perfect condition, ie oil change and maintenance. A CB radio can be a good thing, depending on the route and a cell phone.
Create a pleasant atmosphere in your vehicle.
You have enough fun with you during your trip. Music CD and even a stack of audiobooks. If you have kids, a DVD player and electronic games could be a winner. Also, extra pillows and blankets are good.
Keep a travel journal.
Make sure you have a video camera and a normal camera. Also keep a written diary, even if you write only a few words about what happens every day, like many miles, stops, weather conditions, type of expenses, etc. If you do, when …