Few things having to do with travel will be unchanged in the post-coronavirus world, but of all the ways we travel, the all-American road trip may be least affected - at least, from a regulatory standpoint. No one will tell you to wear a mask or take your temperature or demand blood work before you hit the road this summer.
But questions abound about this American institution, including whether it's safe - at least, safer than airline travel.
Here's what your road trip of the future may look like.
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