NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Aug 18, 2014) - Kim Orlando, founder of TravelingMom.com, shares some tips on how to make this summer's road trip the best.
When you plan a road trip, check ahead for construction on your route. Pack a bag of snacks and chargers -- and use your rewards to help you save money on your trip. Wyndham Hotel Group has more hotels than anyone else in the world, from budget to upscale. And the Wyndham Rewards loyalty program guarantees rewards after just one stay. It's free to join and right now you can save up to 25 percent and earn bonus points by booking on WyndhamRewards.com.
Once you plan out where you'll stay, get your car ready for the trip. Be sure to get your oil changed before you go, and don't forget to take care of the outside of your car -- especially areas like your tires and trim. Turtle Wax has a great Jet Black line with products like Endura-Shine Tire & Trim which feature tint technology and restore finishes -- your car will look its best on the road trip and long after you get home. Plus it gives powerful UV protection against future fading. They have a $7 mail-in rebate on Facebook through October 31st or visit their website.
Once we're in the car kids are always on their phones, but data usage can really add up. Delphi Connect creates a 4G LTE Wifi hotspot when you plug it into your car for up to 5 devices. Not only does the mobile hotspot keep you connected, it keeps you safe by giving vehicle diagnostics alerts so you know when your car is having issues and can check its condition before heading out.
A peaceful ride is a safe ride, and the key to that is comfort. Everyone needs to be comfortable on a road trip. Evenflo is taking our kids comfort to the next level with the new ProComfort Symphony Car Seat, its all-in-one and features innovative gel-matrix technology. Think shoe insoles for your baby's car seat. It reduces pressure points, which means a more peaceful ride for the whole family.
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