Is it safe to travel for Labor Day Weekend in 2020?
Packing up the family and hitting the road for one last vacation before the end of summer is a great American tradition. However, world events have conspired to make this a harder decision to make this year. So, is it safe to travel on Labor Day Weekend in 2020? We can’t make that determination for you and your family. Certainly, if someone isn’t feeling well or is at an increased risk of getting sick, it’s probably wise to just stay home this year. However, if you’re confident you can stay safe and healthy while exploring a new area, our team found this list of tips that could make trip planning a little easier. Let’s take a look at what they found.
Plan your work, work your plan
While all states have reopened to one degree or another, there are a lot of places where business regulations and rules for avoiding COVID-19 infections will vary from county to county or city to city. By getting a clear idea of where you’re going and how you’ll get there, you’ll be able to know what you can expect to find. You probably already have a smartphone or two in the family, having the ability to go online while you’re on the road will help you avoid problems.
Keep it up
We have all been dealing with the changes to our everyday lives during the time of COVID-19. You have probably already gotten used to wearing a mask when you’re at the store and giving people plenty of space when you’re standing in line. These things will be universally helpful when you travel. As always avoiding crowded indoor spaces is very important to staying healthy.
Get a check-up (for your vehicle)
Our last tip for staying safe during a Labor Day weekend getaway is to make sure your vehicle is as healthy as you are. A blown tire or mechanical breakdown will stop a vacation in its tracks, now, just like it would at any other point in history.
If there is anything Team Gunther Volkswagen can do to make sure you have the best holiday weekend possible, make an appointment with one of our product experts today.