Do your homework. 2 years ago, you could hit the road without a care in the world, letting whimsy manage the details, but not anymore. In the event that you’re considering travel sometime this year, it’s more vital than ever to do your due diligence ahead of any trip. Individuals who have been completely immunized are free to move around the country, as long as they abide by the health rules of the destinations along the way.
Plan all the details. The huge hotel chains and smaller independent inns are getting to extraordinary lengths to make sure we all know they’re implementing mask mandates, minimizing individual contact, touting their cleaning protocols, and making “clean stay” pledges. Check hotel websites when you’re booking a room to make sure that their level of care matches yours.
Figure out the rest stops. The restroom circumstance won’t be as critical this summer, but it’s savvy to go at whatever point an opportunity presents itself. A few state and local parks have reopened their restrooms. Highway rest stops are open, as are a few gas station facilities. And restaurants that have reopened for indoor or alfresco dining make their facilities accessible to diners.
Pack that car kit. It’s always a great thought to have your car checked out by a mechanic before taking off on a huge road trip, but it’s especially so now. Double-check the trunk now, as well, to make sure you’re completely equipped for emergencies. Make sure you have got the essentials, from the spare tire and jack to the jumper cables, a bulky first aid pack, and your COVID-era stash.
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