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As this season of quarantine and social distancing mandates continues, the U.S. is discovering ways to adapt to the new normal. Schools, restaurants and businesses have significantly altered ways of operating, but positive opportunities have arisen as an outcome of work and school adjustments.
For some, it’s the perfect time for a trip. Working (and schooling) from home has added a new level of schedule flexibility that makes travel a greater possibility. In addition, many hotels and resorts are offering special travel incentives, and travel credit cards are offering extra rewards.
After months of being locked away in our homes, these travel incentives may be tempting, as long as it doesn’t mean traveling on a plane. Many Americans are not yet ready to fly, feeling concerned about being in a confined space with other travelers. A road trip may be the perfect alternative, allowing you to explore the country within the safety and isolation of your own vehicle, as long as you take the right precautions.
To help you plan for your trip during COVID-19, we have created the ultimate 2020 road trip safety guide.
A seasoned traveler knows that any good trip requires at least a little bit of planning. You may already have a destination in mind, but it’s important to consider the factors involved as affected by COVID-19 restrictions.
Where are you going?
The most important part of any trip is the destination, but choosing where to go takes a little more planning these days. With COVID-19 restrictions, you must exercise much more caution when traveling during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pick your destination(s)
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