Hi, my fella and I are taking a week long road trip in a loop north out of Vegas, through Zion, down to Page, then the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and finally Yucca, Arizona, before heading back to Vegas. We are setting off on August 2nd.
This is my first road trip, but my fella has done a few in that region (over 10 years ago when he was in his late 20s), albeit September time.
He says we really should go for the whole experience and rent a convertible, but a few people have expressed (quite valid) concerns about the high summer temperatures and how unwise it might be to do the trip in a ragtop.
my fella's argument is that we can have the roof up and a/c on at peak heat times, and off early morning/daytime and towards the end of the day if necessary.
can anyone offer any advice from their own experiences? i kind of love the convertible idea, but also don't want a massively exciting holiday experience spoiling because of associated sun/heat problems.
thanks in advance of any wise words to come.
oh btw, does anyone know how much luggage you can realistically get in a sebring convertible, and who best to rent with, convertible or not?