Snowbirds: How To Return Home

In the last blog I wrote about the need for people to reevaluate their physical condition when returning home from a winter stay. Another consideration is the commute. Because many people stay in their winter homes for several months, they often drive their vehicle so that they have it there for local transportation.

As changes occur, it may become more difficult to make that long drive. Several things should be considered
1. Instead of making the long drive in just a few trips, consider stopping more often and shortening the total miles driven each day.
2. Drive with a partner in your car so that you can have someone to help keep you alert and possibly share the driving.
3. Consider shipping your car and either flying or taking other public transportation. A helpful website where you can get bids on shipping your car is http://www.123movers.com/



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