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January 08, 1993 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-08

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consider installing over-
load shock absorbers for a
more comfortable ride.
Be prepared for road-
side emergencies by pack-
ing a jack, flashlight with
extra batteries, first-aid
kit, blanket and flares. If
you're not already a mem-
ber of a roadside emer-
gency service, such as the
Automobile Association of
America, now is a good
time to join.

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Planning your trip is
the fun part. Even if you
don't have a firm itiner-
ary, make sure you have
detailed maps of the areas
through which you'll be
traveling and at least
make an informal list of
sights you'd like to see.
It's no fun to miss some-
thing worth seeing just
because you didn't know it
was there.
Books and regional pub-
lications are a big help.
AAA also can help plan an
itinerary, down to offering
a detailed map and books
for different regions.
You also can contact the
convention and visitors
bureaus for the areas
you'll visit. Most can send
you a plethora of maps
and brochures, and some
even have scenic driving
routes already mapped
Before leaving, as a
safety measure, make sure
someone at home (a neigh-
bor, a family member) has
a copy of your itinerary.

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First monthly payment, tax, license and destination based on 45.000 mile limitation with 10 cents per mile over limit. Option to purchase (but no
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A lot of families like to
travel by car for some very
good reasons. It's afford-
able, it's flexible. It also
can be a nightmare, trying
the patience of parents
and children alike.
Little ones hate being
confined in the car all day,
and parents, confronted
with bickering children,
are tempted to leave their
progeny by the side of the
Planned carefully, how-
ever, family car travel
doesn't have to be misery.
Ideally, you've picked a
destination that appeals
to all family members, so
the major challenge you
face is getting there,
The first step is to give
yourself plenty of time to
reach your destination.
Plan on stopping every
two to three hours to
allow everyone to get out
of the car, stretch their
legs and use a restroom. If
possible, leave time to

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