AAA explains how to prepare for summer travel in Oklahoma

AAA explains how to prepare for summer travel in Oklahoma

KOCO’s Leslie Gamble spoke with AAA Oklahoma about what you need to do before you hit the road



N: JASO MEMORIAL DAY is known as the unofficial start of summer. Join us to talk about the current season. It’s been a long time since people went on an LGON road trip in their car, how important is it to keep up with car maintenance? >> SO IMPORTANT, WE HAVE 3,500 CALLS ON THE WEEKEND FROM FROMEO PPLE ARE STRANDED. This is not how you want to spend your time on vacation. Having a contingency plan is a great idea, but before you go you need to be sure you’ve got your tires checked, your battery checked, and all the systems in your car checked by a mechanic so you can avoid them. Jean: So the batteries are imported, they can cause you a lot of trouble on the roads. How about that thing you have to keep in your car when it comes to long road trips in the summer? >> You should always have your CHAEDRG phone and charger with you. The idea being that if something happens, you want to be able to connect with roadside assistance like AAA and have them help you. Scary roadside. You want to stay in your car if this happens. When there’s cold water, some snacks, we hope you don’t have to wait too long but those are the kinds of things we want to do. You don’t want to drive around the URYO, as other traffic comes in so fast that it can be dangerous. Jean: So GASP is a big topic now, it’s very expensive. I’m sure people spent a lot during their travels this weekend. How do you save money on gas while traveling? Do you have a tip? >> I would say you don’t need your gas LLFI with premium gas unless the owners of Malno say you have to do it. And doing the things we just talked about in terms of getting your car in top shape can also relate to fuel savings. You want to do those things. We are in a country that has lower gas prices than about 50 other countries most days. Today there are few low prices around like KAASNS and Georgia. But we are in a good position to talk. If you’re going anywhere else outside of our area, you’ll want to take a look at your gas budget. Jason: Looks like it’s going to be expensive to fly or drive. What is the outlook for the travel industry this year? Do you see less travel trips from PELEOP because of the lower prices? >> Quite the opposite. Goes back to what I said. We weren’t able to make the flights we left and many people put them off and saved their money. Now they want to watch adventures with them or have adventures with them and they will get busy. I’m going to have a lot of patience because people aren’t – the industry doesn’t need to be in employee terms. We will look at problems, whether in a restaurant, entertainment venue, or at airports with ISESSU delays and you will only have to take patients if you are traveling this summer. Jason: A lot of people are determined to get out of there to care about anything. If you want to keep solving problems before now and don’t want TGOO away, are there some things to do in the first stage? Road Festival event in Tulsa, tell us more. >> That’s right, on the 18th and 19th of June at the event center on the fairgrounds we have some huge duplex that allows people to spend very little money especially the gas that lives here. It’s called ROUTE 66 ROAD FAST. It’s a historical look at ROUT66E’s historic contracts with ATH WALK-THROUGH, PEOEPL W. ZEW – People Wear Period Costumes and all outdoor spaces are built, reflecting Route 66 and the future of transportation. We are excited to have a driverless mode of transportation. Concerts, RCA shows, lots of things. They’ll want to check out Route 66

AAA explains how to prepare for summer travel in Oklahoma

KOCO’s Leslie Gamble spoke with AAA Oklahoma about what you need to do before you hit the road

Summer is approaching, and over the next few months many families will be heading off for the holidays. KOCO and Leslie Gamble spoke with AAA Oklahoma about what you need to do before you hit the road. Click here for information on the Route 66 Festival.

Summer is approaching, and over the next few months many families will be heading off for the holidays.

KOCO and Leslie Gamble spoke with AAA Oklahoma about what you need to do before you hit the road.

Click here for information on the Route 66 Festival.

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