Dogs shouldn't roam in the car. The safest way for your dog to travel in the car is in a crate that has been anchored to the vehicle using a seatbelt or other secure means. Dog restraints or seatbelts are useful for preventing your dog from roaming around the car and being a distraction to the driver, but they haven't been reliably shown to protect dogs during a crash.
Some dogs have anxiety over riding in cars. The more positive your dog's automobile experiences are, the more likely he will enjoy the rides. If your dog only rides in the car for vet visits, and he dislikes the vet, his anxiety is understandable. Try taking him for short, frequent car rides that end up at the park, dog supply store (where he will get a toy or treat), or another pleasant place. If your dog does not adjust to the car, then a road trip is not a good option. If you must bring your dog for a long car ride, ask your vet about possible anti-anxiety medications that can make the trip a bit easier on everyone. Otherwise, you should seek out other options. Remember, medications should be used sparingly.
Train your dogs to under your command; this is for security if confronting any bad situation. Also get dog supplies so to take good care of your dogs.
Repeat: When planning to travel with dogs, that is a good idea of course. But still you must pay some attention on how to travel with your dog. Also you must consider the choices of transportation mostly we travel by car so you may see further. A microchip may also be beneficial for extra security. Before you travel, your dog should have basic trainingso he will be well-behaved during the trip. Then, plan the transportation, accommodations and daily activities. Learning how to travel with your dog can make the experience less stressful and a lot of fun! What I suggest is to prepare pet travel carrier bag for both be handy to carry your dog in small or mid-sized.