Social Distancing Subaru Style
If you are tired of binge-watching High Fidelity, Ugly Delicious, and Gentefied, you can still social distance by using your Subaru Forester, Outback, or Crosstrek. Active customers have been doing it long before the coronavirus changed our lives and is keeping us indoors. Check out how many Subaru owners get the most from their all-wheel-drive vehicles.
Social Distancing Subaru Style
Subaru Forester, Outback, and Crosstrek owners are out in our National Parks on camping trips. Subaru models appeal to those with active lifestyles and its lineup is arguably the best all-wheel-drive SUVs to help you stay much farther than 6-feet away from people. Some National Parks have closed so find out which ones are still open.
For those who don’t have a tent, Subaru Forester, Outback and Crosstrek are big enough to throw down a sleeping bag and two people can sleep comfortably in the back. If you get a bike roof rack carrier, you can mount mountain bikes on top and you are ready for the trail.
Turn your Subaru into a campsite
If you are spending longer than a couple of nights, Luno Life offers cool products that help turn your vehicle into a comfortable and convenient sleeping spot within minutes. The company’s signature product is an air mattress that is made specifically for your Subaru Forester, Outback, or Crosstrek.
The mattress fits perfectly behind the front seats when the back seats folded flat. They are made of durable Oxford Nylon fabric and you can take your furry friends with you on the camping trip as they are pet-friendly for easy cleanup. The mattress costs $224.99.
The kit includes a full-sized air mattress, two Base Extenders, a 12V air pump for your vehicle, a repair patch, and a carrying case for the system, Luna Life says the mattress comfortably sleeps two people up to 6’3” tall.
Outside has some great tips for taking your Outback, Forester, or Crosstrek on summer camping trips. Get over-door hooks you can buy at any big box store. By hanging them on the rails of your roof-rack you can dry out wet towels or bathing suits, after a hot-springs dip or a day on the river.
You can also use the hooks in the back for hanging small needed items, like keys and headlamps, so you are not searching in the dark when you have to pee at 3 A.M. And the little cutouts in the back near the hatchback door are great for stashing things you want to have access to during the night, like a water bottle, book, or hat.
Your Subaru Forester, Outback or Crosstrek SUV is the perfect vehicle for social distancing. With Subaru’s standard all-wheel-drive, a few accessories and the right gear, you can stay away from everyone.
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