IF YOU'RE DRIVING TO DISNEY
46. If you have a long drive, be sure to bring lots for the kids to do- like travel
games , activity books, etc. You don't want to spend the majority of your
drive breaking up fights in the back seat.
48. If you're arriving prior to the published check-in time, call ahead to the
hotel or condo when you're a few hours away. You may be able to arrange
an early check-in.
49. If you're navigating using a GPS (or GPS app on your smart phone) bring
paper maps too. Don't rely on only technology to get you where you want
snacks and drinks lead to more 'pit stops'.
51. Get your car checked out prior to your trip, and make sure your tires are in
good shape. You don't want to be stranded on the side of the road in the
Florida heat, and you don't want to waste a day of this wonderful vacation
waiting for car repairs.
52. If fatigue sets in and you don't feel awake enough to drive, pull over!
Switch drivers, take a break, or bunk down in a hotel overnight. Your trip
to Disney is not the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race. You'll get there
eventually- and you want to make sure it's in one piece!
53. Some people like to drive overnight because the traffic is light. Remember
if you do, that you'll also fatigue easier (see the tip above). If you need to
which may not be safe in some areas.