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I am moving back to South Dakota from Florida within the next month. I have several options in the way I can move. I am only 19 yrs old but very independent. I drove here all the way from South Dakota, so can probably make it back. I have a car with 122K miles on it, and generally it is very reliable. Also, my apartment lease doesn't end until March, which I have covered, but I dont know if I should take all my belongings now which requires a U-Haul and adds expense, or fly back down later and do the U-Haul thing... So here are my options: --Option 1. I could drive up in my car by myself with my small dog, and invest in a reliable GPS. But is there an internet site that would help plan my trip easily and plan my budget? --Option 2. I could take my dog on the plane with me, leave my car in Florida along with everything else and purchase a car once back in South Dakota. Then eventually I can go back to ohio and get my belongings and car and haul it all to ohio via U-Haul. The trip will be a little over 2,000 miles one-way.. Thanks for your help.
I don't like Option 2. Whose gonna watch your belongings and crank your car once in a while during your extended absence? As for Option 1...I would set aside 1000 in the bank account for use on the debit card for gas, hotel, unexpected car troubles, etc...and take 100 cash for fast food, dog treats, or a souvenir. On our trips, we don't use GPS. We use road maps printed from Map Quest or Yahoo and watch the road signs along the way. Works out just fine for us. With that many miles on the car, you should consider joining AAA. It's about 60 or 70 a year. If you have vehicle trouble anywhere in the country, they'll fix the problem or tow your car to a repair facility, no charge.
Sell off anything that you don't anticipate needing back in South Dakota, then get a U-Haul truck to move the rest in March. That way, you won't have to pay for any storage or a return airfare to Florida.
I say don't move back to podunk country...move to Des Moines instead! ...but that's not the answer to your question...I think you should stay in Florida where you are near REAL stores and malls (and interesting people that don't live in tipis!), and not 300 miles from the nearest Wal-Mart!