These Tips To Make Your Summer Road Trip Easier will certainly make your next family voyage more enjoyable. From snacks to boredom busters to how to protect your family on the roads this summer – this is a summer road trip guide for every family…
Tips To Make Your Summer Road Trip Easier
Road trip snacks can make travelling a little easier. I always pack a smaller cooler bag of refillable bottles with water and an ice pack. Water quenches any thirst. I also pack a bag full of snacks…trail mix, pretzels, animal crackers (which actually calm my kids’ tummies if they feel car sick), and dry cereal. I advise to stay away from sugar-filled treats as you don’t want any sugar highs (or sugar meltdowns) while you are mid-trip.
Boredom busters for kids for road trips. Music is the perfect boredom buster for my teens (seriously, they could listen to their music for hours). For my 5 year old…our portable dvd player is my saving grace for a road trip (and yes, better than a tablet because once the DVD is done…screen time is over). You can also try some family road trip boredom busters like carpool karaoke, road trip bingo, or a game of eye spy.
Protect your family on the roads this summer by making your vehicle road ready.
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Plan potty breaks and family fun stops. Break up your road trip with stops along the way. But think outside the gas station when it comes to your rest stops. Check the map and look for interesting family attractions along the way at which you can stop and visit (farm, park, or lake). Visit a small town just off the next exit. Stay overnight in a hotel which has a pool.
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