Approximately 10 million people own recreational vehicles in the United States. If you have recently purchased a recreational vehicle (RV), you need to start planning your first trip. Getting your money’s worth out of this investment will require you to travel a bit. This is why you have to develop a love for the open road and taking adventures in your RV.
The truck stop industry is growing at a fast pace, and with it, so are truck stops. Now for those of you who don't know what a truck stop is, think of a gas station with a big parking lot and big trucks. A truck stop was created because, sadly, not all gas stations can fit a big semi-truck at their pumps. So lucky for truck drivers, truck stops were invented.
With the Coronavirus pandemic, the UK government has taken strict measures in curtailing the disease, and the number of individuals getting affected by it has reduced significantly. Seeing this improvement, the Government has decided to ease the regulations, and that has given hope for the taxi industry to continue taking passengers from Oxford to Stansted easily.
Adventure travel in winter poses risks that don't occur in the more temperate seasons. Driving to a remote lake for ice fishing, parking the car at a snow-shoe trailhead, or driving up an old logging road to reach a hiking trail shelter all require some winter savvy. Some safety equipment, including a winter survival and car emergency kit, along with a well-maintained vehicle will help prevent a small mishap from turning into a full-fledged winter adventure disaster.
Buying a new motorhome is a considerable investment. It is often a once-in-a-lifetime purchase and you want to be sure you are getting the right motorhome for your needs. If you are a first-time buyer, you probably have many questions about driving, owning and maintaining your motorhome. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked motorhome questions.
I knew living full time in our Talbot Express “Jack” wasn’t going to be easy. He has been named after my late moth-in-law’s dog, who passed as we were just finishing the renovations. I knew that things would be cramped, tempers would be lost and things would fall out of cupboards.
When you are taking driving lessons everyone tells you to watch were you are going and to SHOULDER CHECK.
I was living with a guy that we will call Linus. Linus drove semi. Linus' brother-in-law asked him to do a trip to Palm Springs, and I decided to go. We borrowed Linus' mother's red ford truck to go from Regina to Calgary to meet his brother-in-law. Did I mention his mom lived in Manitoba and we were only using her truck for a short amount of time?
Travelling is one of the most exciting activities for outdoor enthusiasts, and preparing a plan for your next adventure is part of the fun. Travelling on the road in your vehicle is among the best means to enjoy travelling as you can decide the next step of your adventure according to your choice.
While arranging tickets and accommodations come easy, having a foolproof plan but not renting a car to travel can make your trip difficult.
If you’re like most people, you probably do a bit more traveling around Christmas time than the rest of the year. Whether you’re squeezing in one last vacation before the new year or visiting family on the other side of the country, being out of town often means taking rideshares more often. And even if you stay in town for Christmas this year, holiday cocktail parties might require you to get an Uber or Lyft every now and then, too.