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According to a 2019 AAA travel survey, nearly 100 million Americans are planning to take a family vacation this year, and half of those families expect to pack up their cars for a road trip. With driving demand at an all-time high during the peak driving season months of May through August, there are a few pre-road trip tips to keep in mind, especially for diesel vehicles, when gearing up for summer travel.
Whether you’re hauling your boat to the nearest lake or driving cross-country for college orientation, it’s important to take the right steps to ensure the diesel vehicle working hard to get you there is ready.
A more aerodynamic vehicle will put less stress on the engine and improve fuel economy, especially when driving on the highway. Variables such as how you choose to use the storage area on top of your vehicle and the type of trailer you use can alter the aerodynamics drastically. This does not matter as much if you’re taking a quick trip