As much fun as the summer has been, it’s time to start looking forward to a season of milder weather, brilliantly coloured leaves and crisp air. Summer might get all the attention, as far as seasons go, but you count discount fall’s many charms.
And to make the most out of fall, you have to go on a road trip. The peak of summer heat has subsided, meaning that the trip never feels uncomfortably sweaty; the rolling hills full of foliage make for a beautiful sight out the window; and campgrounds and hotels aren’t overflowing with peak season crowds.
But to get your fall road trip right, you’ll need to do some planning. Luckily, this article has all the key steps right here:
The Right Vehicle
Many urbanites don’t have a vehicle, either because they don’t have the money to purchase one outright, or they get by fine on public transit. You’ll need a vehicle for the road trip (obviously). But rather than buy one (a ridiculous expense for a small road trip) or rent one (one of the poorest price-performance services out there), consider the newly popular “car subscription service”.