When it comes to the modes of transportation used in the United States, there are a limited number of options. We can fly, take the train to a few select cities, or we can drive. As we know, driving can be a lonely, expensive proposition depending on where we’re going. The open road of our great country can be seen from the window if a vehicle, but that vehicle doesn’t have to be yours, and you don’t have to explore that open road on your own.
It’s been close to 200 years since bus travel in its infancy transported people around cities and between towns. In the 1820s, horse drawn buses were introduced to folks who needed low cost transportation. About 10 years later, these horse drawn b
For many people, summer is a conflicted season. On one hand, it’s full of warm nights on the beach and lazy vacations away from the stress of work and home. On the other hand, it often means being attacked by mosquitoes and spending so much money on swimsuits and iced coffees that “Let’s have a campfire” turns into code for “My energy bill is through the roof and I need to cook dinner without using any appliances for the next two months.” Now more than ever, vacationers are looking for new ways to save a few bucks on summertime fun. Here are a few basic tips to get you thinking about all the ways you can save up, instead of spend, this summer:
- Start researching travel options early. The earlier you plan, the better deals you will find. Additionally, you’ll have time to compare different de