4. You can social distance the whole time
With most outings, it’s literally impossible to not get closer than 6 feet to another human at some point. Grocery stores are only so spacious, restaurants aren’t exactly roomy, and even walks at the park involve crossing paths with others. The public in general is a bit of a health hazard zone.
When you decide to go on a road trip that’s more sight-seeing or nature-focused, keeping distance between you and strangers is so much easier. Even passing through a drive through ensures a distance of at least 6 feet. Though not in every sense, your vehicle is like a protection, and your health is worth protecting.
5. They’re a chance to observe the world in real-time
Viewing the world’s events through the camera lenses of others is great and all… but chances are that what’s actually going on both nationally and globally becomes a bit blurred by bias and media. Our homes are our safe havens, and allowing the news to be our sole source of keeping up with the outside world is a bit risky in terms of reliability.