One COVID Vaca Thing: What You Need To Know To Travel By RV

With air travel more difficult and risky this year, many families are taking vacations the old-fashioned way — by going on a road trip.  And we hear that renting a recreational vehicle or RV is quite popular.  It is a great way to “see the country,” and maybe visit some National Parks, while maintaining coronavirus precautions.  Not all RV vacations are as much of an adventure as the classic 2006 film RV or 2004’s The Incredibles.  But it may not be that far off!  To learn more about how to rent one and what you need to know, we recommend this Huffington Post story — beware, going the RV route can be pricey.  Or for a more upbeat take on it, check out this NPR story.  And one more piece of advice – don’t try the Lincoln Tunnel in NYC in one!

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