Driving a vehicle is a necessity in many countries, but you’ll also need a license if you’re an avid roadtripper and love to explore the open road.
The United States is one of the best roadtripping countries in the world, with epic drives like the Pacific Coast Highway, Route 66, and the Blue Ridge Mountains.
But due to cars becoming more affordable, and more and more people learning to drive, there has been a steep and steady incline in the number of cars on US roads.
On average, there are over 6 million car accidents in the US. And there has been a rise of 18% in the number of deaths due to car accidents in 2021. So the government has made insurance mandatory in almost every state.
This article will look at another law that was passed recently called the Electronic Liability Insurance Verification Program, which has been made to ensure road safety and security throughout the country.read more
Thinking about taking a family road trip between San Francisco and San Diego? There are a number of great travel destinations to explore in this region, and no matter what your family’s interests are, there are a huge range of fantastic places to visit.
With so much to see and do, you’ll want to make an itinerary before you pack up the van. Van, you say? There’s truly no other way to take a family road trip in comfort and style, and vanlife has become one of the biggest family travel trends since the pandemic.
Spanning just over 500 miles, there are so many attractions to check out during a San Francisco to San Diego road trip. In fact, you might not even be able to find time for everything!read more
Since the pandemic, the way people vacation has changed. While humans have always gravitated towards outdoor spaces, physical distancing and lockdowns have made us appreciate our natural surroundings more than ever before. And now the feeling is, why would you only spend the day immersed in nature, when you can also spend the night?!
RVs have become a hugely popular way to travel since the pandemic, because they allow you to sleep in your destination, and spend time in interesting and exotic places overnight. And beaches specifically can be a great place to park, offering a free ocean view, falling asleep to the sound of the waves crashing ashore, and underneath a million stars. Below are some of the benefits of RV camping on the beach.read more
Have you ever thought of the freedom of riding a motorbike with the wind blowing through your hair, traveling to new destinations? Many people do, and the perfect motorbike is just waiting for you.
There is a lot to learn when you are just getting your first motorbike. You have to know how to ride it, what kind of gear you need, and the best way to take care of it. Helmets seem like an obvious safety tip for someone who has just gotten their first bike, but if the rest sounds confusing or concerning, don’t worry.
We have compiled five good tips for safe motorbike riding so that no matter where you live, you can feel confident about your new machine.read more
An expatriate or ex-pat is a person that goes to live abroad for an extended period or permanently. If you’ve suddenly decided to become an American ex-pat in the UK, there are some things you need to get in order before you leave.
Regardless of why you’re moving across the Atlantic Ocean, there’s a question you need to answer: will you sell your car or take it with you? If you’re unwilling to part ways with your vehicle, it might be time to look at car shipping companies.read more
I am an avid road trip enthusiast. I love the idea of going on a far-away drive on eye-catching scenic highways through lesser-known towns. However, I also know how a fun trip can immediately turn into a nightmare.
One of the most unforgettable road trips I’ve ever had was on a journey from Raleigh to Anaheim. It almost ended in disaster when my car broke down in the middle of nowhere. It was my extended auto warranty that came to my rescue.
The trip was 3,098 miles long and involved a drive time of about 37 hours down the old route 66. It was a couple of years ago in the middle of a hot summer. I was driving my trusty old 2017 Nissan Versa. Here’s how my auto warranrty saved my road trip.read more
Recent surveys have shown that 70% of Americans are planning to take a road trip this holiday season instead of flying, and the story is similar in other countries around the world. Despite fuel prices being quite high, people are ditching wings in favor of four rubber tires as air travel becomes more of a hassle thanks to the pandemic.
They say life is about the journey and not the destination, and that definitely rings true with road tripping. But a poorly planned road trip filled with boredom and preventable hiccups can easily ruin your road trip holiday.
With many of us planning longer road trips this holiday season and well into 2022, I thought I’d offer some tips on how you can survive the journey whether traveling solo or with family and friends.read more
You’re nearly ready to hit the open road, feel the wind in your hair and see what adventures lie waiting for you. Road tripping is one of the best ways to explore and see parts of a country you might have not seen before.
You’ve got your road trip playlist all sorted and most importantly you have checked your vehicle and you’re nearly ready to drive off into the sunset.
Don’t forget about the food though! Here are some delicious food ideas to take with you on your next road trip.read more
When people plan for travel in America, they tend to lean towards places like New York and D.C. on the East Coast, California on the West Coast, the theme parks and beaches of Florida, or Vegas’ endless entertainment.
But if you’re after a quiet, relaxing, and natural escape, the Pacific Northwest offers the perfect place for a detoxifying road trip through nature.
America’s Pacific Northwest centers on the states of Washington and Oregon. There is so much natural beauty in these two states including national parks and rugged undeveloped coastline. Best explored via a road trip, there are plenty of charming towns to pass through and accommodation options to suit any type of traveler.read more
Miami is one of the most popular cities in the United States, with beaches, gardens, music festivals, art galleries, museums, historic districts, nightclubs and many, many parties to enjoy!
When you’re not partying or spending time on the beach, you can drive for a few kilometers (don’t drink and drive obviously!) and you’ll fill find protected natural areas such as the Everglades National Park.
Florida is defined by its spectacular nature, so while Miami may be best known by its club scene, you’re missing out if you don’t spend some of your days exploring its natural surrounds. And for that the easiest way to get around is car rental.
Car rental is a great idea for Miami, as it opens up so much of the State of Florida beyond the concrete jungle of the city. However there are a number of common problems you may face, so to avoid any drama we’ve listed some vital info here for you.read more