10 Things Southerners Always Bring On A Road Trip

Southerners are known for their love of sweet tea. Many might prefer to bring a cooler stocked with this refreshing beverage for the road.

Sweet Tea or Iced Tea

Whether it's pecan pie, boiled peanuts, or homemade biscuits, Southerners often enjoy bringing along some homemade treats to snack on during the journey.

Homemade Snacks

A road trip playlist filled with classic and contemporary country tunes is a must for many Southerners. It helps set the mood and keeps the journey entertaining.

Country Music Playlist

With the Southern sun beating down, it's crucial to stay protected. Southerners might pack sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses to shield themselves from the sun's rays.

Sunscreen and Hats

Depending on the season and the destination, bug spray can be a lifesaver, especially during those warm Southern nights.

Bug Spray

Southerners often love a good barbecue. Some might bring along a portable grill for impromptu cookouts at rest stops or campsites.

BBQ Equipment

Whether it's fishing gear, hiking boots, or just a comfortable pair of overalls, Southerners might pack gear suitable for outdoor activities along the way.

Comfortable Outdoor Gear

From boiled peanuts to Moon Pies, Southerners may pack a cooler filled with regional snacks that might not be readily available everywhere.

Cooler of Regional Snacks

Pet-loving Southerners may bring their pets. This could include water containers, treats, and comfy bedding.

Traveling with Pets

While paper maps are less frequent, some Southerners may still prefer them or a GPS system for off-the-beaten-path travel.

Maps or GPS

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