1. Vehicle Emergency Kit
Make sure you are prepared in case of an emergency. We suggest adding a first-aid kit, flashlight (with extra batteries), bottled water, jump starter and small tool kit to your emergency kit. Putting an emergency kit together ahead of time will help you handle anything the road throws your way.
2. New Oil and Filter
For those longer road trips, you may want to show your car some TLC with a nice oil change. This will help keep your car in tip-top shape while you have the time of your life.
3. Tasty Travel Snacks
Beef jerky for dad, a snickers bar for mom and goldfish for the kids. Whatever your go-to snack is, don’t get caught on the road without it. For those road trippers with a sweet tooth, bring a cooler along for the ride to keep your sweet treats from melting.
4. Spare Tire
We really hope you don’t have to use this, but if a flat tire does rear its ugly head, you want to make sure you are prepared with a well-maintained spare tire. Inspect your spare before the trip for air pressure and to see if there is any visible damage.
5. Throwback Tunes
We all have those classic songs that help power us through a road trip. Whether you’re belting out the lyrics to Don’t Stop Believin’ by yourself or you use a family sing-a-long to teach the kids Sweet Home Alabama, great music can help pass the time on a long trip. Just make sure that your playlist is as ready to rock as you are.