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Apps for kids: How to make road trips enjoyable

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  • Sunday DriveCost: FreeSunday Drive transforms a monotonous car ride into a fun road trip by pointing out historical landmarks, family friendly pit stops, locations for scenic views, and more.

    Sunday DriveCost: FreeSunday Drive transforms a monotonous car ride into a fun road trip by pointing out historical landmarks, family friendly pit stops, locations for scenic views, and more.

  • SitOrSquatCost: FreeEmergency potty breaks are inevitable on a long road trip. Find a public bathroom for your little one quickly and easily with this app.

    SitOrSquatCost: FreeEmergency potty breaks are inevitable on a long road trip. Find a public bathroom for your little one quickly and easily with this app.

  • iCarParkCost: 99 centsNever forget where you parked your car again. iCarPark will navigate you back to your parking spot. The app will even remember the level, section, and spot of your car in a parking garage.

    iCarParkCost: 99 centsNever forget where you parked your car again. iCarPark will navigate you back to your parking spot. The app will even remember the level, section, and spot of your car in a parking garage.

 
By Chelsea Boutan
Daily Herald Correspondent

A vacation with your kids is fun, but the process of getting to your dream vacation spot can be a daunting task. Here are three iPad trips that ensure a stress-free and enjoyable road trip to your final destination.

Sunday Drive

Cost: Free

Sunday Drive transforms a monotonous car ride into a fun road trip by pointing out historical landmarks, family friendly pit stops, locations for scenic views, and more.

SitOrSquat

Cost: Free

Emergency potty breaks are inevitable on a long road trip. Find a public bathroom for your little one quickly and easily with this app.

iCarPark

Cost: 99 cents

Never forget where you parked your car again. iCarPark will navigate you back to your parking spot. The app will even remember the level, section, and spot of your car in a parking garage.

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