RoadTrip America (RTA)
North America road trip planning and advice, scenic drives, staying connected to the Internet and working on the road. Tips for solo, couple, disabled travelers and family road trips. Also a gallery of funny road signs, an e-mail newsletter, reviews of guidebooks and gear and route suggestions posted daily by expert roadtrippers on the Great American RoadTrip Forum.
I've written several pieces for RTA, and invite you to take a peek. See the entire list of articles I've written for RoadTrip America here.
From their web site:
Since 1994, RoadTrip America® has been the Web's premier destination for North American road trip information. In addition to travel resources, RTA provides advice on how to work on the road and how to stay connected to the Internet while traveling. RTA provides tips for solo travelers, couples, disabled travelers, international visitors, and families traveling by car, motorcycle, bicycle, or recreational vehicle. The Great American RoadTrip, RTA's interactive forum, is a community where road trippers share and seek advice and inspiration.
RoadTrip America® features articles about destinations, routes, and attractions, as well as the Web's largest gallery of funny road signs. A one-stop source for the best in travel publications, RTA posts reviews and recommendations for books and software available in association with Amazon.com. RTA also keeps abreast of developments in mobile Internet access.
Pay a visit and plan your next adventure. Del