If the experts are right, driving will someday soon be the work of well-trained robots. That’s a good thing—car crashes kill more than a million people a year—rendered bittersweet by the the sad demise of the human-powered road trip. Until that day, though, humans are still free to slide into the driver’s seat and go wherever they feel, under they own power and entirely self-sufficiently. The best way to prepare for life on the road is to rig up your ride yourself.

Off the Road, a recent book from Gestalten, follows the adventures of folks who traveled across continents, for years at a time, living the life of the intrepid individual—a life that includes in-vehicle fridges, Bose surround sound systems, and hot showers.

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The Custom Jalopies That Move Travelers Across Continents