Fall and winter roads can be tricky. As the weather gets unpredictable, roadside hazards and gridlock are bound to occur. In 2014, winter storms left Atlanta area emergency services unprepared, and thousands of drivers stranded for hours without assistance. Don’t get caught unprepared for inclement weather and its negative impact on traffic. Here are some suggestions to upgrade your automotive emergency kit.
This year, social distancing has made the concept of vacationing look very different. That doesn’t mean your family, planned trip can’t happen.
Having cabin fever? You’re not alone. Exercising during the pandemic is crucial for peace of mind and health maintenance. While most people have been confined to areas in and around the home, state and national parks will be open soon, opening the doors to exploration. If you’re looking to get a good workout, you’ll get that and so much more by hiking in the outdoors.
While it’ll feel great to be away from the house after being confined for so long, you’ll still want to do whatever you can to maximize your enjoyment level. So, while you wait to receive the go-ahead to begin resuming life as usual, here are 10 items to plan on bringing for your next post-pandemic road trip.
The next time you plan a fishing trip, remember to anticipate more than just hunger and thirst. Check out how Restop products can help you prepare for a memorable fishing adventure.
Multiply the massive number of people who climb the mountain with the 5-10 days each trip takes, and you’re left with Kilimanjaro’s growing human waste problem. Before considering using nature as your porta-potty, check out why waste bags are essential for the treks.
Every marathon runner knows the reality of race day anxiety. Just thinking about needing to use the bathroom during the race might already give you anxiety. But, while other racers are losing precious time waiting in porta-potty line, you can go straight for your private lavatory system to release all those race day jitters.