Suitcases packed? Check!
Hotel reservations confirmed? Check!
Family super excited about going on a road trip? Check and check!
Car and home prepped and ready to go? Umm…
With a lot of overseas destinations still off-limits and so many beautiful cities, towns and parks to explore here at home, the classic road trip seems to be the vacation of choice for many Angelenos this summer. And whether you’re planning a quick weekend camping trip or a cross-country journey to visit our national parks, these tips can make your time off both memorable and eco-friendly:
Ready Your Ride
You definitely want to make sure that your car is ready for the trip ahead, so whether you’re preparing your vehicle by taking it into the shop or doing it yourself at home, keep these tips in mind to make your trip as eco-friendly as possible:
Stash (or Bash) Your Trash
We’ve all been on a road trip where we arrive at our destination only to spend the next 30 minutes cleaning trash out of our car. Not exactly how anyone wants to start their summer vacation, right? Read on for some eco tips on how to stash (or bash) your trash:
Your Home Deserves a Vacay, Too!
There’s no reason why your home can’t enjoy its own eco-friendly vacation. Follow these tips to give your home some time off as well:
So, pack your bags and set your car’s GPS to “explore” and on your eco-friendly road trip. You’ll cruise our country’s open roads with the confidence and assurance that by following these tips and creating an eco-friendly vacation, you’re making memories and doing your part to build a sustainable future for your family.
Any questions about getting ready for a summer road trip? Any eco-tips or tricks that you’d like to share? Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.