How Many Hours Can You Safely Drive?

Nevada Insurance Enrollment Advises on Planning Your Next Road Trip

LAS VEGAS - nvtip -- Whether you are driving to your vacation destination or traveling for work, road trips are a great way to get off the beaten path to experience different communities and natural wonders. If you are not accustomed to spending hours per day in your car, it can be difficult to determine how quickly you should aim to reach your destination.

How Long Should I Drive?
The number of miles you can reasonably expect to get under your belt per day depends on several factors, including whether you are traveling alone or sharing the work with another driver, traveling with children and sticking to the highway or going through cities.

When Traveling Alone
If you are traveling alone, consider your time behind the wheel as you would a typical 9-hour workday. Plan to stop every two hours, including two 15-minute breaks and a half-hour lunch break. If you are traveling at 70 miles per hour on average, this allows you to cover about 500 miles per day. Slowed or heavy traffic, tolls and route changes may impact how much ground you ultimately cover during that time frame.

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4260 W. Craig Road suite #150-A
North Las Vegas, NV 89032

(702) 898-0554

Nevada Insurance Enrollment
Shelly Rogers

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