How to take holiday road trip during coronavirus pandemic
Are you planning to take a road trip for any of the upcoming winter holidays? Driving has been the preferred mode of transportation for vacations during the pandemic according to travel surveys. “That’s because road trips provide a lot of flexibility and, especially this time around, comfort,” says AAA spokeswoman Jeanette Casselano. I wipe down the gas handle.”And that goes for any surfaces inside rest areas or restaurants. TripTik allows you to chart your route, even picking rest areas and where to eat so you have more time to concentrate on the scenery.
Osceola Parkway increasing tolls for drivers without transponders
OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. In July, drivers traveling down Osceola Parkway will encounter higher tolls if their car is not equipped with a transponder. Rates will increase by $1 for motorists who do not have a pre-paid transponder for toll collections at the Shingle Creek and Poinciana Boulevard toll plazas on Osceola Parkway, officials said. Current rates for motorists with either SunPass or E-Pass transponders will remain the same. Vehicle Class Shingle Creek Plaza Toll Poinciana Boulevard Ramps Toll 2 axles $2.00 $1.00 3 axles $4.00 $1.00 4 axles $6.00 $1.00 5 axles $8.00 $1.00 Each Additional Axle $2.00 $1.00The rate increase will apply only to motorists who do not have transponders and are billed each time they pass through a toll plaza, officials added. If youre in need of a transponder you can find them online at SunPass.com or inside Publix Super Markets, CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens, Amscot Financial, AAA South, Navarro Pharmacies and Sedanos Supermarkets.