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When most people hear the word “roadtrip” they also think of the word “boring.” Being fastened in the seat for so long comes as a pretty bad thing but it doesn’t have to be. If kept busy, staying in a car can be no problem.

Rishika Patel

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Some easy and fun ways to travel can be by plane, train or maybe even by car! Some exciting and enjoyable ways to travel is by being on the road. One can even find themselves in a road trip to go look at colleges. Getting to know your family and friends can be a great way to pass time when stuck in the car for several hours.    

When most people hear the word “roadtrip” they also think of the word “boring.” Being fastened in the seat for so long comes as a pretty bad thing but it doesn’t have to be. If kept busy, staying in a car can be no problem.

“I mostly survive the long car rides by either sleeping or listening to music. On those car rides that are unsuitable for sleeping, I normally chat with my family, and play the license plate game,” ninth grade student Emma Nunes said.

When taking trips in a car, preparation is key. Taking small or big things can help the trip to be a lot more smoother.

“Taking something to read, and entertainment can make the for a very easy trip. For entertainment taking little things can be trouble-free like cards and my sketchbook, where you can find at any store then, I like to take my phone, movies, and my laptop,” tenth grade student Connor Rinehart said.

To pass even more time, one can take things like rubix cubes, sudoku books, crossword puzzles, mess-free game boards to travel easily without electronics. These things are available at Target, Walmart or basically any given store.

Traveling doesn’t have to be hard especially when one is looking at their future. Students now take many road trips trying to figure out what the world has in store for them.

“I have definitely learned that going to college campus’s and seeing them make the biggest differences. It helps me understand what environment I want to be in,” twelfth grade student Kelli Ishida said.  

Going on road trips to see colleges can start at any given age. An early education never hurts.

“Before I though seeing colleges was a complete waste of time and seeing them as a student in middle school I thought what’s the point. After coming into high school I learn what a big impact it makes getting an early education on colleges,” ninth grade student Shrayen Patel said.

When it comes close to time to picking out the future, take a road trip. Taking a trip will make yourself realize what you want to do in life

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