From the bloggers at Everything About RVing.
Driving home for the holidays is an idea that strikes fear in many. A road trip during the holidays may be the most affordable and direct way to get home, but it’s a hassle that most people would avoid if at all possible. The roads are crowded, the weather can be unpredictable and the choruses of “are we there yet?” intermixed with non-stop carols are more than the average driver can bear.
RVers, on the other hand, are made from hearty stock and relish any excuse for a road trip. The masses aren’t entirely wrong, though, holiday travel does come with its own set of considerations. For those of you planning to hit the road in your RV this holiday season, follow these eight tips for a safe and enjoyable ride.
1. Plan Your Stops
Traveling without an idea of where you are going to stop is fun in the summer, but harder to get away with in the wintertime. Eliminate the headache of an overcrowded campground without the necessary plug-ins, or a store with no propane refills to keep warm at night by making reservations ahead of time.
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