Whether it is the all-American summer road trip to the beach or a holiday drive to Grandma’s house (or both), American families will inevitably hit the road this year.
It makes sense to drive when you have a family in tow. It is almost always significantly cheaper than paying everyone’s airfare.
The ability to pack the car with every blankie, pacifier, and stuffed elephant that is needed to keep the kids quiet is crucial. But what happens with the trunk is all packed up and the family is on their way? How do the parents survive their family road trip?
Here are some ways parents can get through the trip unscathed.