Planning a vacation to a faraway place can be both fun and tedious, but the trip often requires a lot of days to make the expenses worth it. A road trip, on the other hand, is simple and easy to plan, and it is full of unexpected twists that can help you make better memories. If you are still not convinced, here are a few reasons why you should go on a road trip:

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1. You get to spend time with your friends.
Sometimes everyone is just busy, and getting all your close friends in a single place can be hard. With a road trip, you’ll be with them every moment, allowing you to bond and make memories easily.

2. It’s more affordable.
Plane tickets and hotel accommodations can be pricey, but with a well-planned road trip, you won’t have to spend much and you’ll still have a great time. You can pack your own food, pick a budget hotel, and just split the cost of gas and toll.

3. You can appreciate the journey.
Sometimes the journey is just as important as the destination. You might find yourself enjoying the trip to your destination a lot more than actually getting to the place. You get to see the great outdoors and just let every new sight you pass by sink in.
4. You can go on detours.
Most planned trips are full of restrictions, and you can’t often pick the route you want to take, especially with flights or cruises. On a road trip, you make your own map and you can take detours and make pit-stops all you want.

5. You have freedom.
Freedom is much appreciated when it comes to traveling. Road trips represent the ultimate freedom as you can control when you leave, where to go, what to do, and so much more. Since you aren’t chasing time or flights, you get to enjoy everything more because you’re not as stressed or constricted.

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