13. Listen to books on tape
"Traveling with my children, ages six and nine, has become much easier since I started bringing books on tape. Whether we use them in the car's tape deck so we can all listen, or in an individual tape player for more quiet, the tapes offer a focus during the ride. Even my constantly moving six-year-old is happy to sit quietly and listen."
14. Keep talking
"Talking to very young children about area history and customs keeps them interested. Point out rocky cliffs, caves, bridges, wildlife, historical buildings and so on."
15. Reward good behavior
"We give our boys, ages four and five, incentive to behave, like getting to pick out a travel souvenir or have Daddy or Mommy sit next to them in the car."
16. Offer incentives
"When I traveled with my kids, we would play 'Mommy's Store.' Here's how it works: Before the trip collect the things you need for the store, such as small toys, nail polish, cards, crayons, coloring books