March 18, 2020 3 min read
It’s the stuff that makes up many people’s dreams. A solo road trip across the United States of America. Just you and the open road with plenty of time to spare. Whether you're planning on traveling across the country visiting our National Parks, or simply ticking off all 50 states (49 accessible by road), you'll want to make sure to plan your trip in advance. If you love the idea of traveling by yourself and driving the duration of your trip, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see the sights from the driver’s side window of your vehicle. Road trips aren’t as fast-paced as worldwide adventure travel but they are fully immersive if you have the time to spare.
Before you set out on the trip of a lifetime, there are some things you should do to plan for the experience. You should also be aware of the things that you shouldn’t do as they can significantly put a damper on your day and your trip. Suggestions are listed below to help you enjoy your solo road trip unscathed.
By following these tips, you’ll have a much smoother travel experience. You’ll be able to avoid many of the pitfalls that made solo travelers question their decision to road trip alone.
A trip across America alone can be incredibly liberating. It allows you to take a leisurely approach to travel because you’re driving from one destination to the next. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to take an epic road trip by yourself, now it is time for you to discover how rewarding solo travel can be.
Being mindful of the things you should and shouldn’t do while traveling by yourself ensures your safety, allows you to make the most of your time on the road, and gives you plenty to talk about once you do arrive back home. Stay adventurous!
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