The average hotel rate in the U.S.A. is $135 per night. If you think that’s too much, you’re not alone. Join us this week to learn how to save up to 50% or more on every hotel stay without sacrificing quality. Host Jeremy Krug will share time-tested tips, along with new tech-based tips that will make sure you never pay more than you have to!
Our weekly travel segment Along the Way… heads to Virginia’s Skyline Drive where we get a taste of the best of Shenandoah National Park, a treat any time of year!
Don’t miss this week’s episode of Road Trip Radio, the most informative and entertaining travel podcast on the internet, complete with classic ads, clean comedy, and this week’s travel news, hosted by Jeremy Krug and Dave Godar.
This week, Jeremy and Dave take a look at the brand new 2014 Rand McNally Road Atlas. Join us for plenty of fun and classic radio commercials. Our On the Lighter Side segment has a little tongue-in-cheek fun with the group of high school students that got booted off an AirTran flight in New York last week.
Although Las Vegas bills itself as “Sin City”, careful planning can make it a wonderful destination for families. This week, we discuss the best places to take your family while in Las Vegas, as well as ways to save money while in town. We also discuss ways to enjoy the natural surroundings in the area, as Along the Way… heads up Interstate 15 north of the city in search of natural beauty.
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This week, Dave and Jeremy look back on RTR’s first 20 episodes and choose some of their favorite interviews, places, classic commercials, and comedy bits to make this a compilation of the Best of Road Trip Radio.
Whether you’re a fan of shopping, museums, historical sites, beaches, national parks, or other outdoor activities, you’ll have plenty to work with when planning your upcoming summer road trip. This week, we give you some ideas for what to do.
This week’s Along the Way… segment heads over to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and the Grand Strand, in search of fun activities for the whole family.
Smartphones and tablets make summer roadtripping that much easier and more convenient. Join host Jeremy Krug for this week’s episode, where we’ll discuss some of our favorite apps that make our road trips better (and cheaper!)
Our weekly travel segment Along the Way… heads for Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. You won’t be disappointed by the scenic beauty and attractions available in the area. The byways here are some of the best in the country!
In our This Week in Travel segment, we discuss the recent spike in gas prices in the upper Midwest, plus we talk about the ‘singing seatmate’, the lady who would not stop singing while on a recent flight and forced the pilot to make an emergency landing in Chicago so she could be removed from the flight!
On the Lighter Side, we welcome Wayne Martin back to discuss his alleged luxury motorcoach trip to the Belmont Stakes.
For those of you that thought Road Trip Radio would be pulled off the air after last week’s antics, think again! More fun, more travel talk, and more travel tips abound on this week’s edition.
Road Trip Radio is back for a second week of travel and fun, but this time with a more critical eye. Dave has the night off, so Jeremy discusses the worst, most potholed, most traffic-clogged, most dangerous highways in the United States. And don’t forget to call in and answer tonight’s trivia question for a shot at winning valuable (and we repeat, valuable) prizes. (Will anyone win the prize tonight?) We take a virtual trip to West Texas in our Along the Way. . . segment, and if we’re in a good mood, we might even cross the state line into New Mexico. Jeremy talks about how great it would be to drive a ’58 Edsel, and he takes calls from pedestrians and roadtrippers alike from across the country.
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