Cross Country Road Trip Tips

4 RV Tips for Your Cross-Country Road Trip

There’s no better time to start planning your adventures for 2023 in your new or used RV than right now – and if you want to really make the most of your summer, why not plan a cross-country trip? Don’t choose this OR that place – choose both! Here are some RV tips for planning a cross-country trip.

The Road Less Traveled

For your cross-country trip, think about how you want to travel. If you want to get where you’re going with the quickest and most efficient route, you’ll probably want to opt for the traditional interstate route. But if you’re a “the journey is the destination” type, you might want to consider taking America’s Byways between stops. These are the quintessential scenic route with unforgettable views and landmarks. Explore gorgeous parts of every state by taking the road less traveled!

Plan Your Stops

Another thing you’ll want to decide in advance when you’re planning your cross-country RV trip is where to stop. National and State Parks make a good place to start on this. You can find National Parks by state here.

Take Your Time

Some stops may be something you can see and enjoy in a day before hitting the road again. Other places may beg for more of your time and attention because there’s so much to see and do! As you plot your stops along the way, make sure to allow plenty of time to travel between them, as well as plenty of time at each place. When in doubt, err on the side of giving yourself an extra day. At the very least, it’ll give you a less rushed drive time to your next destination.

Get Your RV Serviced Beforehand

We know how important it is to travel with peace of mind, and having your new or used RV routinely serviced is an important part of keeping it in road-ready condition. Contact us today to set up an appointment for a full RV service check before you set out on your cross-country road trip! Happy trails!

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