Please, just let me travel to our heart’s content.
Rod tripping is something I’ve regularly asked of the world, but rarely get the chance.
I want to see everything I can in this lifetime and I want to do it ASAP. I try to travel as often as I can! And I usually do it with only our busted up car, trail mix, and our old dog in the back seat. It’s regularly a blast! But, that being said, traveling quite long distances comes with sizable challenges, then this is genuinely true because in our country, the outdoor climate will change abruptly as you are transitioning from locale to locale. I know, I will regularly believe that the vehicle can offset the uncomfortable outdoor air temperatures and air conditions via the car’s heating, cooling, and air quality control system. But, as I once discovered, this heating, cooling, and ventilation assumption is not always true. A few years ago I went on a road trip and I was horrified to find that there was literally no ventilation, heat or AC control in the rental van I was driving. There was sizzling and frigid air, but it was irregular. The panic all started when I first tried to alter the indoor air temperature by switching on the heating system in the car. Without delay, I was surprised when bitterly frigid air started forcing its way through the vents. I absolutely tried to fiddle with the on-board temperature control unit, but it was evident that the vehicle control device did not even do what it was supposed to do. There were uneven sizzling and frigid temperatures for the next more than 2 afternoons, blasting at full throttle no matter what I did to the control device dials. I was having goose bumps in our seat or covered in sweat through our shirt, no matter how frequently I tried to adjust to the central heating, cooling, and ventilation system for the rest of the road trip.