Here are a few things you can try searching online:
- Visit your state’s website and head to the tourism hub. Then take a look around and see if you can find a section usually marked “Visitor’s Guide” or “Road Trip Guide.” Often you’ll see some downloadable brochures or a visitors packet that typically has a road map in them. Many of the state sites will actually have a form to input your address into and they will mail it you for free!
- If you’re having trouble finding the visitors guide on the state’s website, you can try searching those terms on your search engine instead. It may take a few tries but look out for key words like “state map” or “road trip guide” when you’re there. Just make sure you are on a verified site and getting a map that is rather current (if you can find a 2022 map that is ideal).
- If you’re just running out of luck, you can order them online (Amazon, bookstores, etc.). They’re not too expensive (typically they’re under $10) and are definitely worth the investment in the long run!
- Promise us one thing though…once you get it, make sure to pack it in your emergency evacuation go-bag. This is important for wildfire evacuations, but is relevant to ALL types of emergencies and natural disasters, including hurricane evacuations, winter weather travels and more.
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