Well-prepared and planned
are very enjoyable and comfortable with benefits like less traffic and fewer crowds; some hotels even offer off-season rates for the services they provide. You may use your car if it is fit for the slippery roads, or you can rent a vehicle for more peace of mind.
Checklist for a winter road trip
For your trip to be as enjoyable as you wanted it to, you will need to carry with you the winter toolkit and everything else you might need to use, including the following:
• Wool blankets
• Cozy socks
• Slippers (especially if you love walking)
If you are planning to go for a winter road trip, the tips below will make it less stressful, more comfortable, fun and safe:
Ensure your car is capable of handle the weather.
Starting with the tires, to brakes, wipers, lights, the battery, and all other parts, make sure that your car is in good condition and working efficiently. Get your car four identical winter tires to advance the functionality of the vehicle. If you are not ready to buy these tires, you can opt to rent a vehicle that has them or is at least all-drive. They’ll improve your road trip’s safety and comfort.
Check your destination’s climate reports.
Before leaving your home, consider understanding the weather conditions for where you’re headed, not only where you are. During winter seasons, you can often expect ice, blizzards, drizzles, heavy snow, winds and cold snaps. Search for weather services which notify you in case severe weather conditions are detected. You can also tune into early-morning weather and traffic radio stations or look online to get clearly informed on the climate conditions as you drive. This will help you prepare for the weather ahead as the conditions can change as travel.
Carry an emergency kit.
Make sure you pack items like a fuel line antifreeze, kitty litter, thermal blanket shovel and an additional windshield washer fluid …Continue reading