Family Deal Summer Road Trip Guide

Now that summer has arrived and the kids are out of school, there’s a pretty good chance you and the family will be taking a road trip in the very near future.


That’s why I put together our 1st annual Family Deal Summer Road Trip Guide to make all aspects of your summer vacation a little bit easier to plan and prepare for.

4 Quirky But Beautiful Road Trip Destinations


Know you want to take a road trip this summer but aren’t sure where to go?

Get inspired by one of these unique road trip destinations and you’ll be on your way!

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9 Road Trip Essentials Cheat Sheet


Use this cheat sheet to plan ahead before taking your next road trip.

If you follow along with these 9 Road Trip Essentials, you’re sure to have a safe and happy trip.

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The Zen of Road Trips

Zen-of-Road-Trips-5-Ways-To-Survuve-The-DriveRoad Trips can either be amazing journeys you’ll fondly remember forever or nightmares that you’ll never forget.

Check out these 5 Zen-Like ways to Survive the drive.
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Ruin Your Road Trip in 6 Easy Steps

How-To-Ruin-Your-Summer-Road-Trip-In-6-Easy-StepsWant to know what NOT to do this summer?

Here are 6 things you can do to ensure that your next road trip is completely and utterly ruined.
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6 Facts To Boost Your Fuel Economy

6-Little-Known-Fuel-Economy-Facts-ImageAs gas prices rise, you’re going to want to get the best fuel economy possible out of your car.

Here are 6 little known facts that can boost your fuel economy today!

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Well I hope you enjoyed our first annual Family Deal Summer Road Trip Guide!

Are you feeling more prepared for your trip? Want to share where you’re heading this summer? Is there something else I could have included to make the guide more useful?

Please feel free to share all your thoughts in the comments section below.

Safe travels!



One response to Family Deal Summer Road Trip Guide

  1. Red Trek Rover June 12, 2014 at 11:10 am

    How about test drive deals on demo vehicles. I have a 2007 Ford Expedition Limited EL and I want to take it Out West for 3 weeks but it’s been in a wreck (saved my life), now needs catalytic converter and Wow! It’s the cost of my trip driving but an alternative universal option would be less expensive than the resulting labor charge at your dealership – why so much different as it means a vacation. I like the new Ford Expedition and a rent option would be fun with possible trade-in at end of “Expedition Redesigned? ” Choices,…

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