Both, especially for a trip of over 1,000 miles. I took a 2,000 mile solo trip and having a variety of entertainment sources helps from getting bored.
It's music. Try classical ones like those of carpenters.
I was recently on a long road trip and the driver insisted on listening to an audio book of very little interest the entire time on 3/4 volume... I almost died. I need music.
I prefer audiobooks - but I make sure the person's voice is tolerable for hours at a time and the book is something that would retain my attention. I'll switch it up every now and then with music, but I like a bunch of random music so I don't get stuck with the same sound/album on repeat.
For sure you have to have both. It's great to have the options and variety. Sometimes it's a mood thing.
by John D Wilson 5 years ago
Pretty simple really - I listed my top 10 songs that I would listen to over and over again on a road trip. I received some pretty nice comments, and one was "I wonder what other peoples top 10 would be?" Would you care to share your top 10 road trip songs? I would like...
by Abigayle Malchow 2 years ago
What was your most memorable road trip?
by Diane Minton 6 years ago
What is the most fun for you when going on a short road trip with your family?It can be anything you think is the most enjoyable about this activity. Stopping at neat places alont the way, taking pictures or anything that makes it memorable for you!
by Ashley m andrews 3 years ago
Can you give me some tips/advice for taking a road trip on the cheap?
by ElleBee 6 years ago
If you could take a road trip to any destination in the US which would you choose?Where would your dream US road trip take you?
by emichael 7 years ago
If you could take a road trip to anywhere, where would you go?Money and time is no option. Just pack your bags and some friends and hit the road. Not fly. I'm talking about piling in a VW bus, RV, van, whatever, and driving.
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