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DO learn how to change a tire. For any major trip and especially one where you're going to be driving through unfamiliar territory , I always recommend purchasing travel insurance. If you rent a car or drive your own , your car should be covered in case of an accident. But what about all the other things that could potentially happen to YOU? DON'T forget the extra water. Always have extra water in that cooler! DO let someone know where you plan to be every night. This might be more applicable for females road tripping together, but is a good idea for everyone. If possible, let someone back home know your basic route, and check in with them whenever possible.

DON'T pick up questionable hitchhikers. My sister and I were reminded of this when, while driving through Oklahoma, we kept seeing signs warning us not to stop for hitchers since the highway was very close to a correctional facility…. DO be aware of the impact you're having on the environment and the places you visit. DO have a blast! Road trips are one of the best ways to really get to know a country, and this is exceptionally true when it comes to America. The clothing and other odds and ends you pack for your road trip will of course depend on where you're going at at what time of year.

But there are definitely a handful of things I highly recommend bringing:. You step onto the road, and, if you don't keep your feet, there's no telling where you might get swept off to. Join the ADB Community! Sign up here to get exclusive travel tips, deals, and other inspiring goodies delivered to your inbox. Your email address will not be published. Get exclusive newsletter content once a month! Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

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Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Perfect timing!!! I told you the other day that it was funny that you were asking me for road trip tips! Glad you found this helpful! I LOVE road tripping. A great way to see the scenery and interact with some of the more quirky elements! Some great tips here. First x-country road trip I took back in the s in my Vega which I camped in.

It was still the most memorable journey of my life, right next to a South Africa road trip. Very good advice, especially about the North Rim—I am biased—and taking real paper maps and lots of water. Makes me want to pack the truck and hit the highway. Super tips…agree with all of them! The cooler is a must…first thing I do on a road trip…hit the supermarket and get one of those cheap coolers! And maps…yes indeed…I hate using a GPS and have a post coming out about it soon …maps are the old school, best way to go….

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I love how the coolers and paper maps seem to be something that most road trippers agree on! This is great and got me even more excited for our three month summer road trip starting in May! Great list. I have an awesome MapQuest app on my phone that even does turn-by-turn directions aloud like a GPS does, but it drains the battery like crazy!! What my sister and I did was actually print out directions before we left home, then used the hard-copy maps and our phones as back-up. That, and I just liked to page through the atlas while my sister was driving… lol. I love that line….

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Some really great tips and sound advice. Just the other day I saw someone throw fast food trash out their window while driving on a highway. Yelp is awesome!! Good tip! Great post, I agree with nearly every point. Especially having AAA! Look up Santa Claus, Indiana on Wikipedia!! My sister and I were driving along and saw one of those signs that shows how many miles you have to go before you reach certain destinations.

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Really good tips! These are great tips. I would mention, along with remembering to bring extra water, how important it is to drink it. I had a situation several years ago with a friend from Austria who had come to visit me in Phoenix.

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While we were driving to Las Vegas, she became acutely sick from dehydration. Some water brought her back to normal relatively quickly, but it was quite a scare. Very good point, Curt! Ah, the classic American road trip. I did one around California and I can safely say it was one of my all time favourite holidays. AAA is also a great place to pick up road maps. Check out your countries Auto Club before you leave. Lots of international clubs have agreements with AAA, so you are a member, no matter what country you are in.

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Also, when picking a hotel, factor in places with free breakfasts! Like making sandwiches at lunch Yes, finding a hotel with free breakfast is definitely smart!!

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And good call about AAA being a good place to get free maps. I know my mom and grandma used to use that service all the time. Great tips, Amanda! We went on a month-long road trip last summer and a three-week road trip the year before, and both times we found it really hard to find healthy food, especially in the South. Will you be road tripping to Keystone in June? America certainly is not home to the healthiest food on earth… and trying to eat healthy while road tripping across the country and keeping an eye on your budget? We have tossed around renting a small motorhome and driving west, but I doubt that I could ever be trusted with a home on wheels:.

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Very good points for anyone travelling to the US. All important things like Budget, Maps, etc are nicely covered. Have a lovely week ahead Amanda:. Thanks, Arti. I think a lot of these tips could be applied to road tripping elsewhere in the world, too! Great resource! Or will you actually be biking around the country?

Either way, it sounds like an awesome adventure! Hopefully you can use some of these tips. Some good amusing advice in ere.

eywaapps.dk/I/wp-content/works/one-man.php Enjoyed that. Sorry you had to learn it the hard way! It ended up well enough as we did the same again when heading to the coast, but this ended well as because I stayed with an Old school friend in Palo Alto. Great tips, Amanda. I really enjoyed following along on that trip. Camping is a great way to save on the budget.

I always alternate a few days of camping with a hotel to clean up. I suggest driving into the little cities to find the budget hotels and skipping the chains that are located on the interstate. Try taking a highway and not the interstate — a little more stop and go but a great way to see the country. Great tips! Unfortunately, sometimes you really do need to do some planning beforehand!

Great road trip advice! That Navajo taco looked absolutely scrumptious! When will you be taking your next big trip? Thanks, Tawny!