On a road trip, stop at a fast food restaurant where the time it takes to run into the bathroom is minimized. At a rest stop on a major highway, use the facilities at the gas station area rather than going into the restaurant building, again, it is faster.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is it safe to go to the bathroom on a road trip?
“When Americans hit the road, they need to take extra precautions,” says AAA spokesperson Jeanette Casselano. Planning is more important than ever, she says. Although it may take a bit of legwork, try to find out which bathrooms are open and the best places to stop along your route ahead of time.
Why are public restrooms closed on a road trip?
Some restrooms are closed temporarily for renovations. Some public restrooms have closed off toilets to permit social distancing between users. So what dangers lurk in public restrooms if you gotta go?
What should I do in my room on a road trip?
Despite such cleanliness promises, McKoy still recommends using your own sanitizing supplies on “high-touch” surfaces in your room. This includes wiping down exterior and interior doorknobs and handles; the TV remote and bathroom fixtures; and any surfaces on which you’ll rest your belongings, like tabletops or the area around the bathroom sink.
How to survive on a long road trip?
Put a blanket on the seat to make it comfy. Having a clean car will make the air feel cleaner and will make you feel less claustrophobic. Get comfortable. Use the bathroom before you go. Adjust your pillow just right because you're going to be back there for a while. Make sure you've eaten.