Road trips are all fun and games until you find yourself driving for hours on end, struggling to stay awake or enjoy the rest of your trip because you’re too tired. Luckily, there are some strategies you can try to stay comfortable and rested during your next road trip—including these five.
Strategically plan your breaks before embarking on a road trip, and make sure you’re never behind the wheel for more than two-three hours at a time.
Solo road trips can be fun, but traveling with other people is more practical because you’ll manage to stay properly rested by sharing driving duties.
Even if you want to have an epic outfit in your travel photos, wearing comfy clothes and shoes while driving is highly recommended, and you can easily change once you make a stop.
Overnight road trips are incomplete without blankets and pillows. Even when you’re not sleeping, you can use them for extra cushioning or maintain warmth.
Your car will be your second home during your road trip, and that’s why you should clean it up properly and create an environment you’re going to enjoy before hitting the road.