During road trips, it’s pretty much guaranteed that you’re going to get bored. You’re on the road for hours and hours and eventually, every highway will begin to look the same. And because you’ve probably been snoozing in the car, you’ll want to have some kind of entertainment options for the night. When you stroll into a hotel at night, you’ll want to catch up on the weather a little bit more. You’ll perhaps want to watch a movie but the hotel will charge you extra. You might also want to have some kind of book to read but you forgot to pack one. There are plenty of other things you’ll want to have on the road but you just couldn’t find the space to pack them all. Thanks to the modern era of amazing entertainment technology, you don’t have to be without on your road trip.

The back seat viewer
Nobody likes someone barking orders while sitting in the back seat while you’re trying to drive. So if you have children with you on the road trip, you’ll want to give them something to look at while you’re on the highways. The Arkon is a fixed clamp which barely hooks onto the headrest but provides great grip and balance. This provides great support for children who have tablets. They can watch their shows without having to hold onto the screen. Eating food and drinking is, therefore, safer and less likely to end badly in the car. Alternatively, you can use the Pyle LCD monitors are built-in the headrest and provide great quality in their medium-sized screens. These are flush and don’t have any buttons sticking out, great for smaller cars instead of SUVs and crossovers.

Free 4K TV in the hotel?
Most hotels and basic bed and breakfast places will have a TV which you can watch for free. However, it’s nothing special, just a few channels with not much on. But with a DR TV you can simply plug this device into the back of the TV and you can watch 4K programs for free. It’s a device that is small enough to fit safely in your suitcase and even a cosmetic bag. You’re bypassing cable and satellites and even if you’re in the middle of a storm you can still keep watching without any trouble. Perhaps the best part is, there’s no monthly fees, no contracts and no price hikes. This device will plug into any modern television but if you’re in a cheap, dusty old motel with a box television, you may be out of luck.

For better reading
You can use your phone to read books. Google Books is one of the hottest apps but really, your phone doesn’t provide the best kind of reading. The Kindle Oasis has that job covered. It’s under $400 and has a new sleek design. It’s also thinner than ever, which makes it easy to fit in the back sleeve of your car seats.

Road trips are only boring when you’re on the road for hours on end. That’s partly what makes them a chore sometimes but with the right tech, you can forget about the miles and miles of endless road.