What are dollar rent a car coupons?

Written by Mike Simms

Dollar rent a car coupons are a good way to save a little while renting a car. They used to be simple paper coupons but now, inrepparttar age ofrepparttar 150395 Internet, they are usually just codes or Internet links you have to find onrepparttar 150396 Net to get a small (usually 5 per cent) discount while renting a car. Of course, there is more than just dollar rent a car coupons as there are thousands of other discount coupons available onrepparttar 150397 Web.

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Traveling By Motorcycle

Written by Fred Ost

One ofrepparttar best ways to truly seerepparttar 150389 United States is fromrepparttar 150390 saddle of a motorcycle. I have ridden through many states with trips over six thousand miles in length including two solo trips from New Jersey torepparttar 150391 Sturgis Rally in South Dakota, and to Pike's Peak in Colorado. I have found some tips and techniques that have worked well for me and I'd like to share them with you.

There are basically two ways to travel by motorcycle, probably one ofrepparttar 150392 more popular but less spiritual is what some call "credit card camping" which is basically rolling from hotel to motel for your sleeping accommodations and buying all your meals onrepparttar 150393 road. I look forward to trying this method someday when my writing starts raking inrepparttar 150394 big bucks. Aboutrepparttar 150395 only supplies you'd need for a trip like this (if your definition of comfort is not too demanding)would be:

  • Rain Gear
  • Camera/Film/Batteries
  • First Aid Kit
  • Change of Clothes
  • Sun block (for those of us not clad in our riding jump suits)
  • Sunglasses
  • Map

Personally I look forward to trying a trip in this fashion with only my jeans, T-shirt, and boots. I've been wet before and most motels and hotels have some kind of laundry area and plenty of towels to wrap up in. I might bring an extra pair of sock in a zip lock bag though, dry feet are happy feet.

The other way to travel and personally my favorite is to camp out between destinations, this isrepparttar 150396 cheapest and most immersing way to travel. Like they say it'srepparttar 150397 journey notrepparttar 150398 destination. Allrepparttar 150399 equipment you would need can be found at your local or online backpacking equipment supplier. In addition torepparttar 150400 above listed equipment, here is a list of what I usually bring for a typical solo long distance, or overnight trip:

  • One person backpacking tent
  • Ground pad for sleeping bag
  • Sleeping bag
  • Single burner multi-fuel backpacking stove
  • Fuel bottle with extra fuel (can also be used for bike)
  • Cooking kit (stove usually fits inside pot with lid)
  • Cup for tea or coffee
  • One meal for each days dinner and one energy or protein meal replacement bar for breakfast (grab lunch onrepparttar 150401 road)
  • Two water bottles one with measuring increments on it for cooking.
  • Candle lantern with one candle for each day ofrepparttar 150402 trip
  • Small LED headlamp for walking aroundrepparttar 150403 site and digging through saddle bags

I chose backpacking/mountaineering equipment for two reasons, A: I already owned a bunch of it since that's my other favorite way to find inner peace, and B: backpacking/mountaineering equipment packs down small withstands tremendous abuse and is usually multi-use equipment ex: pot is used for bowl etc. Using a multi-fuel stove has several advantages, you will never be unable to prepare a hot meal because these stoves will burn just about any liquid fuel like gas, kersosene, jet fuel, and even dry cleaning fluid (if you can find that I don't think your far from fast food:) If you run your stove on regular gas or stove fuel you are in luck because your extra fuel bottle can also be used to feed your bike in case your in a jam. E don't mean enough my fellow travelers.

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