After learning how to put together a seating chart for road trips, you will never leave home for a road trip without it. Learn how to put together a seating chart that will keep the kids from arguing so you can actually enjoy your ride. The kids will get to enjoy the ride as well. Someone will inevitably not like where they are sitting on occasion, but the chart can be ever changing. Knowing they will definitely not have the same seat every time, will lessen the reaction.
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