One of the best things about road trips is that they’re spontaneous and carefree, but there still needs to be at least some planning involved. Here’s a couple of things you should always discuss with your travel companions before hitting the road.
If you’re embarking on a long road trip, you should switch driving responsibilities, so it’s best to check in with your friends to see who wants to help out.
Travel expenses are usually divided equally between road trip buddies, and this should be very clear before you embark on a trip.
Have you ever embarked on a road trip, only to realize you’re missing something very important? We’ve all been there, and that’s why it’s best if each of you had their own packing list.
You should know exactly when your trip starts and when it ends before hitting the road. Even if some travelers have a lot of free time on their hands, others may have responsibilities they want to get back to.
Accommodation plans should be made before you hit the road. If you’re camping, figure out how many tents you need and who’s bringing them. If you’re renting a room or an apartment, find accommodation that works for everyone beforehand.