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 DeAnn Owens

Tips for a Safer Road Trip During the Pandemic

Tips for a Safer Road Trip During the Pandemic

The outbreak of COVID-19 has made a mess of all of our lives. You probably have been putting a lot of your individual needs and wants aside to stay at home to help protect others and flatten the curve for medical personnel on the frontlines. With restrictions in many states easing up and summer on […]

 DeAnn Owens

Road Trip Prep for Traveling with Dogs

Road Trip Prep for Traveling with Dogs

Your furry family member or members need special equipment and attention when traveling in a car. Even if your pup is an eager travel companion and likes riding in a car, there are steps you need to take before you and your dog embark on a road trip. By doing a little road trip prep, […]

 DeAnn Owens

Divide Your Car Into Zones For Road Trip Essentials

Divide Your Car Into Zones For Road Trip Essentials

One of the things helping me to get through the quarantine is dreaming about the future. The day that my family and I can get away on a road trip, whether to visit long-missed family or to a family-friendly destination, is one that makes the uncertainty of today’s world a bit more manageable. Family-friendly Features: […]

 Amanda Drago

When Can You Safely Take a Road Trip Again?

When Can You Safely Take a Road Trip Again?

If you’re one of the many Americans with plans to travel later in the year, you’re likely wondering if you’ll still be able to head out on the road or if you’ll be forced to cancel your vacation due to the coronavirus pandemic. Before making the decision to schedule or cancel your next trip, it’s […]

 Whitney Russell

Why You Shouldn’t Hold Your Pee on Road Trips

Why You Shouldn’t Hold Your Pee on Road Trips

The average adult bladder can hold up to 16 ounces of urine — but it’s not always healthy to delay bathroom breaks just to get to your destination a bit faster. Here are some of the reasons why it’s important to relieve your bladder at regular intervals (and some helpful tips on minimizing bathroom breaks […]

 Amanda Drago

Romantic Road Trips to Take With Your Significant Other

Romantic Road Trips to Take With Your Significant Other

If you’re looking for something new and exciting to do on a date, consider taking a road trip with your significant other. These romantic road trips offer beautiful sights and plenty of opportunities to carry on great conversations with your loved one. A Capable and Durable Option: Load your items into the GMC CarbonPro truck […]

 Aaron Widmar

Rise & Shine: 5 Tips to Wake Up Early for a Road Trip

Rise & Shine: 5 Tips to Wake Up Early for a Road Trip

When it’s time to hit the road before the sun rises, you need to make sure you’re awake enough to safely take the wheel. But, being alert enough to drive can seem impossible when you’re near-comatose in the early morning. Does Your Credit Score Really Matter? An explanation of why businesses look at your number […]

 Kimiko Kidd

Mazda Survey Reveals Why Millennials Love Road Trips

Mazda Survey Reveals Why Millennials Love Road Trips

Although millennials have been cited as the reason for the downfall of every industry, ranging from canned tuna to diamonds, it seems that they’re embracing one classic American tradition: the road trip. According to a study commissioned by Mazda, millennials find road trips to be a fun, relaxing and engaging way to spend free time […]

 Amanda Drago

Road Trips for College Students to Take This Spring Break

Road Trips for College Students to Take This Spring Break

If you and your college friends are intent are going on a vacation this spring break, consider planning an epic road trip. Each of these road trips is great for college students, providing you with incredible sights and giving you the opportunity to make memories with your friends that are sure to last a lifetime. […]

 Whitney Russell

6 Ways to Save Money on Your Spring Break Road Trip

6 Ways to Save Money on Your Spring Break Road Trip

Planning a spring break trip with your college buds? Here are some simple strategies to save money while taking a break from the books and having fun with friends. Heavy-Duty Rides for Rugged Destinations: Discover the Chevy Trail Boss Look for budget accommodations Lodging can take a huge chunk out of your travel budget. Skip […]

 Whitney Russell

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Mount Rainier National Park

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier National Park sprawls over 236,380.89 acres, providing a challenging, breathtaking setting for any nature lover’s adventures. If you’re planning a vacation to Seattle or Tacoma, you’ll want to include this place on your itinerary. Here are some important things to know about planning a trip to this national park. Time for Service? Check […]

 Whitney Russell

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Mesa Verde National Park

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Mesa Verde National Park

Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado contains nearly 5,000 known archeological sites, which include 600 cliff dwellings that remain from when the Ancestral Pueblo people made their home in this region from 600-1300 CE. Learn more about the ancient inhabitants of the park while enjoying some rewarding hikes and great views when you visit Mesa […]

 Amanda Drago

Sustainable Products to Bring on Your Road Trip

Sustainable Products to Bring on Your Road Trip

When packing up your vehicle for your next road trip, you have to make strategic decisions about what items to bring along for the ride. If you’re concerned about being eco-conscious on the drive, consider packing more sustainable products for your adventure. The 2020 Family Green Car of the Year: The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Toiletries […]

 Whitney Russell

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Grand Canyon National Park

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park sprawls over 1,904 square miles — that’s slightly larger than Rhode Island. Elevations range from 2,000-8,000 feet and the region is known for its breathtaking views, stunning climbs, and changeable temperatures. It also has an estimated 1,000 caves, only 335 of which have been publically recorded. Here are some things to […]

 Whitney Russell

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Big Bend National Park

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Big Bend National Park

Big Bend National Park sprawls over 801,163 acres in southwest Texas. The park comprises the Chisos mountain range, Chihuahuan Desert, and Rio Grande. Due to its remote location, this park has the benefit of being less crowded than other national parks. It’s also one of the 10 International Dark Sky Parks in the world, as […]

 Whitney Russell

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles both North Carolina and Tennessee, covering a total of 520,000 acres. Its stunning mountain views and diverse plant and animal life make it a worthy destination to add to your nature-focused travel list. Here are some important things to keep in mind when planning your road trip to […]

 Whitney Russell

7 Tips to Have a Stress-Free Family Road Trip

7 Tips to Have a Stress-Free Family Road Trip

Help everyone stay calm and have an enjoyable journey on your next family road trip with these seven suggestions. Zen Travels: Have more peace of mind on the road with OnStar Mentally prepare yourself Traveling with your family typically means a longer travel time with more frequent stops than if you were driving solo. Mentally […]

 Whitney Russell

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Road Trips for Nature Lovers: A Visitor’s Guide to Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Texas spans over 86,000 acres, offering streams, desert, and mountain landscapes for visitors to explore. The region was once part of a 400-mile long limestone reef in the Permian Sea from which the Guadalupe Mountains were created 10-12 million years ago. Due to petroglyphs and other artifacts found in the […]

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