Prepping Your Car For A Road Trip, Episode 10

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Happy Monday everyone. I am still in catchup mode from last week’s travels. The awesome part about a 5 hour drive is, it gave me plenty of time to shoot some videos for you guys. The funny part is, I forgot my notes. This is an on the fly, no notes, just me talking show.

Today we are talking about getting your car ready for a road trip. I will do my best to put together a list of things from the show. But like I said, this I forgot my notes. So, this is what I think I talked about in the video 🙂

Today on the Automotive Podcast:

  • Car Maintenance
  • What to do 2-3 weeks before your trip
  • What to do 1 week before your trip
  • What to do the night before your trip
  • Car safety checks
  • plan your route

A while back, I wrote a few posts about Prepping Your Car for a Road Trip.

As always, thanks for watching or listening. I had a great time shooting this video in the car. Remember that your comments are always welcome and appreciated. Did I miss anything in the show? What do you do to prep your car for a road trip?

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3 replies
  1. Breanna
    Breanna says:

    Mike is right on. I’ve been saying this since the late 1990s. If you’re a gitaignc multinational, you have the resources to get into whatever game is profitable. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, US workers were valued because they were still needed by the corporations to buy the products. Not so anymore. The developing nations that do the manufacturing now are turning into better and better markets. OK, so Chinese workers can only afford smartphones, not SUVs. You can still make just as much money selling the smartphones, because there are billions of Chinese workers.

  2. k-eta
    k-eta says:

    The connections forged during travel are among its most treasured gifts. Meeting fellow travelers from all corners of the globe, sharing stories over a campfire, or striking up conversations with a local vendor at a bustling market creates bonds that transcend borders. These connections remind us of our shared humanity, reminding us that despite our differences, we are all interconnected.


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