Road-tripping is definitely not going to be the same this summer.
The COVID-19 pandemic has now stretched into the summer months, putting a pause on many planned vacations. It has also instilled some new limitations on the time-honored road trip, an American venture that is going to be a lot different in the summer of 2020.
The traditional gallup through New England’s six states, with stops at attractions and diners along the way, isn’t going to be a possibility due to strict quarantine laws. However, it can be replaced by a road trip of a different sort, one that will take careful planning and will be limited by state borders.
A summer vacation can exist, but it’s going to take a lot of learning about the ever-changing rules and phases that each state in New England is trying to implement., So, if you’re planning on hitting the road over the next few months, here are a few answers to some of the most pressing questions. Keep in mind, rules and regulations are changing each week, so be sure to check in with each state for the latest on its reopening process: