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Private Travel Corporation Highlights 3 Top Tips for Road Trips this Summer

Private Travel Corporation provides ways for travelers to have amazing road trips this summer with simple tips.

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Every year, many travelers ready themselves for perfect summer travel experiences. They have several decisions to make along the way of planning the perfect trip, from who to travel with to where to go and what to do. One of the biggest decisions that they have to make is how they will get to their destination. While planes are a popular choice, Private Travel Corporation knows that road trips are still a great option for travelers who want some flexibility in the way that they take their vacations. This summer, those who are planning fun road trips should keep some of the following tips in mind so that they can have travel that is easy for all those who are involved.

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Get the car in tip top shape: Before they travel by car, everyone should make sure that they check their car before they hit the road. Oil should be changed, tires should be checked, and the car should get a tune up. Making sure that the car runs smoothly will ensure that the trip itself runs smoothly.

Have something to do: Private Travel Corporation knows it is important during car travel that there is entertainment available. While there will certainly be stops along the way to enjoy, there will also be long stretches of highway where there is little to see or do. Fortunately, there are endless options for car entertainment while traveling, from books and music to games like I Spy and Name that Tune that the whole group can get involved in. Travelers can customize their entertainment to the needs of the passengers in the car.

Learn how to utilize phone apps: There are a number of apps out there that will make car trips as easy as can be. There are many useful travel apps like ones that point out the places on a route where travelers can get the lowest gas prices. If travelers will be without Wi-Fi or 4G for part of their journey, they can take screenshots or maps of routes before they travel so that they have everything at their fingertips. Having these apps and knowing how to make the most of them is something that will help every traveler this year when they take their road trip vacations.

This summer, travelers who are taking to the road to explore new destinations and have fun together should be able to enjoy their time to the fullest. Private Travel Corporation believes that by keeping these tips in mind, every traveler taking a road trip will be able to have the best trip possible.  For more information on flexible vacation options, visit http://www.privatetravelcorporation.com.  

Media Contact: Private Travel Corporation, Private Travel Corporation, 1-855-481-1030, [email protected]

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