travel tips. Solo Road Trip: How Safe Is It?

Hollenbeck, Julia
October 2010
PN;Oct2010, Vol. 64 Issue 10, p42
Trade Publication
The article presents tips for people with disabilities (PWD) who engage in a solo road trip. The author suggests stopping on state rest areas where security guards are visible and are willing to provide assistance on rest rooms and snack stands. It states the importance of staying awake while traveling and carrying a mobile phone in case of emergencies. Furthermore, it mentions that good common sense is needed in every driving experience.


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