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It's harder than you might think to figure out all the ways to travel between California's most popular locations, but we've made it easy for you. These guides include all the planes, trains, airplanes, routes and roads you can take to get from here... to there.
This feature from last month was pretty popular, so here goes again, in case you missed them:
Winter driving laws are not a good topic to ask your friends about. Even if they live here, so many California residents (like me) live at sea level that even we aren't sure what's required if we want to go to the mountains in the winter.
After a reader recently wrote: "My wife and I are planning a trip to California in November from the UK... .So I am going to have to pay to buy snow chains which I cannot use and, perhaps, find myself snow bound in a designated area! Are all weather tires acceptable in R1 designated areas?" I decided to gather all the information in one place.
Especially for visitors who are worried about snow chain requirements when visiting California in the winter, you'll find a summary of rules and regulations, what to do if you're driving a rental car and what to do if you don't have chains with you - all in the California Snow Chains Guide.
If you're going to San Diego, you have so many options for saving money. Should you get a Go Card, CityPASS, Fab 4, 2-for-1 or 3-for-one? It's enough to give Einstein a headache or prompt someone to come up with a new theory.
I've evaluated the most popular cards separately and this month I put together a summary list of all the cards - and what they're best for in the San Diego Discount Cards Guide.