Health experts warn against road trips this summer as widespread transmission of the coronavirus is still occurring throughout the Country. If you do venture out on the road, you can reduce your risk of exposure to the virus by (1) packing PPE and other sanitation gear. Don’t expect to find it on the road. Have enough on hand to last your trip. (2) Limit stops along the way and opportunities for contact with others as much as possible. (3) Choose wide open places to visit. Steer clear of crowds and crowded destinations. (4) Know the rules of the place you are traveling through and to. There may be closures, quarantines, special rules and restrictions.