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Top 3 Safety Tips When Road Tripping Around The US

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Going on a road trip is a classic travel idea – especially if you want to explore the US. There are so many great roads to drive down and so many amazing places you can see. It’s the perfect way to spend a summer traveling around for weeks on end!


But, as with every travel idea, there are going to be a few safety concerns. A road trip is quite a specific type of travel idea, so it presents some unique issues. Keeping that in mind, here are my top safety trips when road tripping around the US:

Choose an experienced driver

I would advise against a road trip if you’re going on your own and don’t have much experience driving. You’ll be on lots of long highways that you’ve probably never been on before, and there could be lots of traffic. If you have the experience, then the whole road trip is more comfortable and safer. So, I suggest going on a trip with a friend who is an experienced driver if you don’t feel confident behind the wheel. Otherwise, spend a few weeks beforehand going out and getting more practice in so you feel comfortable driving long distances. Check out the article here to help boost your driving skills and confidence before you travel.

Make sure you drive a safe car

There’s nothing worse than driving around in a rusty old car that’s one nudge away from breaking down. It’s the last thing you want during a road trip as it can strand you in the middle of nowhere. Not only that, but you need a car to protect you while on the road as well. You’ll notice it says on that people are injured on roadways every single day. When you’re driving long distances, daily, it increases the chances of an accident. As such, having a safe car can help prevent injuries and restrict any damages that happen. Hopefully, you won’t get involved in any crashes at all. But, you need a car with an excellent safety rating just in case!

Always stop for regular rests

Don’t try and drive for excessively long distances – particularly if this means you’re driving overnight. I would go as far as to say that you should avoid driving at night altogether, just to be ultra safe. But, mainly, my safety tip is to always stop for regular rests. Don’t drive for more than maybe two or three hours without stopping, getting out of the car, and having a rest. Always ensure you get some sleep as well – you don’t want to drive while tired. This will help reduce the chances of any accidents, as many of them usually happen thanks to tired drivers!


If you want a convenient and intriguing travel idea for 2019, then a road trip around the US is a great option. Hopefully, these three tips will give you enough advice to stay safe during the journey. At the end of the day, it’s all about minimizing the risk of accidents while on the road. Nothing ruins your travel plans quite like getting in a car crash.


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