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  1. Default a road trip planned way too far in advance

    Myself and my 3 other friends want to take a road trip to washington dc with stops in tennessee and PA and also maryland and delaware . it is going to be 4 of us and i am having a hard time even though it is about a year off planning it i see what i want to do . to have fun and see some family in new england but don't know how to really do it without having to take out a second loan.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2003
    Green County, Wisconsin

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    Welcome to the RTA Forum!

    I don't think its ever too early to start planning a roadtrip, but then I think that the planning can be half of the fun.

    Since it sounds like you are just a little overwhelmed, I'd start with some basics for building a budget, and reading some of our threads on things to see and do in New England.

    And of course, RTA's Trip Planning section is filled with tons of articles to help you get the basics of planning any trip!

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    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Western/Central Massachusetts

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    A year before a trip is a good time to start planning.

    How much time do you have to take this trip - two weeks, four weeks?

    What are the things that you are interested in, what are the things that you absolutely want to see?

    You and your friends will also want to take our compatibility quiz to ensure you're all on the same page about what you expect from this trip.

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