A dinosaur drive-through is a fun way to get a glimpse at the majesty of a great-great-grandpa, a pet or a favorite dinosaur.
There’s no need to get your hands dirty.
But there’s a time and place for all kinds of activities, from the family fun to a picnic or a hike.
Here are some tips to make it a success.
You can drive through the parking lot and get a bird’s eye view of the family.
But you’ll need a car.
A driver can also watch the dinosaur’s rear wheels as they navigate through the road.
Be sure to get an adult driver.
It’s recommended that you drive your dog, or a person over who knows how to drive.
This will make it easier to watch the dinosaurs.
Make sure you have an adult who’s able to drive safely.
Plan to have someone supervise.
If you’re alone, you can still get the best view by having an adult supervise the driver and supervise anyone who is supervising the vehicle.
Take the right safety precautions.
Take precautions to avoid injury.
Get a special permit, such as a safety harness or a helmet, and use your own tire pressure gauge.
Don’t ride with the dinosaur.
The vehicle’s tires are not designed for children to drive on. 6.
Wear your safety glasses.
Avoid having to wear a safety belt.
If the driver is under age, wear a helmet.
Have a pet.
It could be a family pet.
Bring the pet along for the ride.
Plan on a short ride.
If it’s a short trip, plan to have a vehicle with one person and one driver.
Get the car out of the lot before it’s too late.
This is also a good time to take your camera and film the drive-by.
You don’t want to ruin the experience for your family and friends.
You’ll have a blast, and if you do it with a group, the whole family will be happy too.
Share your tips for a successful dinosaur drive.