When you start planning a long drive with the family, most people will look at it as getting from A to B in as quickly, safely and hassle-free as possible.
But by taking a few steps to plan the finer details of your trip, you can save yourself time, money and make the most out of your drive.
Another option is to try to keep an eye out for family farms or roadside stalls, as these may have fresh, excess produce for sale from the farm out of the front to catch motorists travelling into or out of town.
Of course no two trips will ever use exactly the same amount of fuel, as how much fuel your car uses depends on a number of factors including driving style, weather and traffic conditions. But with some careful planning you can guess how much fuel you may use and plan accordingly.
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