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You’ll wish you were there.
Winter is not over yet. Make sure that your car is ready to take on the snow, ice, and cold.
Feed your sense of adventure and inspire your inner explorer.
Beat the winter frost with this simple solution.
Snap your body out of trying to drift off so you can stay safe behind the wheel.
In an unfamiliar setting, your ears pick up every noise and you’re hyperaware of your surroundings, making it harder than ever to fall asleep. Here’s how to drift off faster in a hotel room or plane.
These natural remedies will help you alleviate nausea and dizziness on your next car trip or cruise.
Maybe you’ve heard about noise-canceling earphones and snuggies, but what about air-conditioned shirts and motorized suitcases?
See Sedona’s breathtaking beauty firsthand and learn why the most photographed spot in Sedona has an ancient secret.
Oh yes: It is possible.
My father told me he worked on the eyes of Thomas Jefferson and on the facial features of Abraham Lincoln. He even gave George Washington a haircut.
The new Chicago-to-Los Angeles route deliberately zigzagged to link rural Americans, giving them the chance to explore new regions and economic opportunities. Route 66 revved up our car culture and gave families lasting memories of road trips. Recently, my family and I made our own.
Adventures abound for a mom and her two boys amidst the glaciers, lakes, and forests of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains.
When you start hearing “Are we there yet?” from the back seat, start one of these games to keep your kids (and you) entertained through your whole road trip.