Is it Possible to Take a Roadtrip on a Budget?

The United States evolved in the 1950s from a subset of isolated towns with little access between each other to a conglomerate with ties of highways and interstates that allowed for easy transport between town, cities, and states. In short, the United States finally became united in a physical way.

Before the 1950s, taking an extended roadtrip meant taking the house along with you. Today, budgeted road trips are possible because of the interconnections provided by highways and Interstates. Fuel is plentiful and relatively universally priced across the country. Food is available everywhere, with fast food restaurants and grocery stores everywhere you go. The modernization of the American transportation system made it possible for families to travel on a budget to every location in the country.

Come to Ted's Auto Sales and find the perfect vehicle to take your family for a budgeted roadtrip.



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