It’s the little things that inflict big headaches when you’re driving during the summer, like poor road conditions, cellular dead spots and pretty much anything to do with bathrooms. “The worst road trip annoyances, and what to do about them”
Somewhere on one of my social media accounts, there’s an image of me being pulled over for speeding in Pooler, Ga.
My crime? Doing 67 mph on a stretch of Interstate 95 where the speed limit abruptly drops from 65 to 55. Gotcha!
“6 car accessories to make your road trip, and driving record, smoother”
It was an open-ended question, the kind you learn to ask after renting countless cars: Is there anything else I should know about driving here?
“Yes,” said the Hertz agent at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, after taking a glance at my keys. “You can’t drive this car in Paris.”
Turns out my visit last week coincided with some of the city’s worst smog in years. In an effort to cut back on pollution, only cars with odd-numbered license plates could drive in the City of Light. Mine had an even number.
Fortunately, I wasn’t driving to Paris.
“Driving overseas? Read this first”
Spend a little time driving America’s Interstate highways, and you’ll get to know all the characters that make their homes on the road.
“Who do you think you are?”