Winter is one of the most popular times of the year to travel. Some folks will travel south to escape the cold while others will stay and embrace the snow. Whether you’re taking a day trip to the mountain or driving across country to visit family, here is GAP’s holiday road trip survival guide.


Cell/Wifi reception isn’t always the best in the boonies on the way to Aunt Doris’ house. If you’re going on a ski trip or to the holiday family party, you’re going to need to know where you are and where you’re heading. The GAP team recommends packing a good old-fashioned paper map before you take to the road. Although smart-phones and tablets have map apps built in, you won’t have to worry about the battery dying and disappointing poor Aunt Doris.


Make sure you remember to pack your chargers. Your best bet is to pick up a car adapter for your chargers so you can charge your devices while on the go.


Arguably the most important item in GAP’s holiday trip survival kit, snacks can define the very essence of any road trip. Nobody likes a hangry roadtripper.


Another holiday road trip necessity. Make sure you pack your camera so you can always remember the fun you had in traffic! Just kidding…nobody wants to remember that.


These two items go hand in hand. They are especially important if you need to stay overnight at a hotel before heading back on the road. If you happen to get stuck in snow or covered overnight, you’ll be glad you packed these items. Bonus: Snow fort building


We hope you do not have to use the above items, but it can never hurt to have them on hand just in case something happens. Drive safe please.


At some point, probably when you realize you are meeting your significant other’s family for the first time, that awkward silence slithers its way into your car. You are going to need some tunes to distract you from the thought of her dad’s painful handshake. We recommend something relaxing, possibly some smooth jazz. You can thank us later.

Looking for some of these items to give away this Winter? Look no further, we have you covered. For orders and questions contact us at:
See our presentation for details

Here are a few items we love to have on hand:

Hat with Built-in Flashlight

Universal USB Car Charger

Ice Scraper Mitt

Travel Mug

4-In-One Cell Phone Charger

Swivel Phone Holder with Suction Mount

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