Book Review: The Road Trip Survival Guide
The Road Trip Survival Guide: Tips and Tricks for Planning Routes, Packing Up, and Preparing for Any Unexpected Encounter Along the Way by Rob Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It’s been quite a while since I last indulged in a road trip. We’re thinking about taking one this summer, but with recent diet and lifestyle changes, I knew I needed help to re-figure out the logistics.
Written in a light, friendly style by an experienced traveler and dad, I found the information in this book practical, affordable and well thought out. I loved the advice about using social media and the internet to plan a trip. Without a clear plan of what to look for and where, it’s just too easy to wander the ‘net, getting sidetracked by non-helpful but eye-catching time-sinks. Rob keeps his advice specific so you can stay on track.
I also was happy to learn about new products that weren’t available the last time I road tripped. When did coolers get power? I need one! I think we’re going to be just fine, hitting the road on a summer day soon. I’m feeling empowered now as we start planning our trip. Thanks, Rob. See you on the highway.
Thank you to author Rob Taylor, NetGalley, and Tiller Press for allowing me to read a digital advance review copy of this book. This review is my honest and unbiased opinion.