It’s going to be another summer big on driving vacations. But what should you drive?
Lucas Travis is renting a car – specifically a “rugged” SUV. He’ll need it. He plans a week-long road trip across Alaska in July.
“I would love to venture into the wilderness to get away from the crowds,” says Travis, the founder of a skateboarding website in Leesville, Louisiana.
A recent survey by RVShare suggests most Americans will follow Travis by driving somewhere for their summer vacations. About two-thirds of consumers prefer road trips over flying. And 54% of respondents said they’ll avoid air travel.