One of the best parts of travelling is seeing the world in a whole new light, finding new ways to see everything you’ve ever dreamed of. It’s no secret that travelling far and wide reduces your resources for getting around, if you’re flying, you can’t take your car with you and so have to rely on public transport to get around.
That’s why, it may always be a good idea to rent a car when you travel anywhere, it couldn’t be easier to do either with a growing number of companies and travel agents offering packages that include car rental in the price of a holiday. So, next time you’re planning to travel and aren’t taking a road trip straight from your home, consider renting a car or a van for ease of movement and affordability. continue reading
Insurance, ey? Everyone bothers you about it for every aspect of your life: home, car, health, life and travel. It’s the one thing you buy but hope you never have to use, which is a shame, seeing as it costs so much.
However, one of the most inexpensive forms of insurance is travel insurance and it’s one of those things that you absolutely should always buy, even though it isn’t a legal requirement. If the worst were to happen, not having travel insurance can have desperate consequences. continue reading
It should go without saying that the engine is your car’s most important component. It’s also the most expensive to replace, so a dying engine is really a sign that the whole vehicle needs to be recycled. continue reading
You never know when your vehicle will suddenly stop working and you’ll require assistance. The worst thing that can happen is breaking down in a remote area with no sign of anyone on the road to offer assistance. What do you do in such circumstances? Well, if you’ve breakdown cover the answer is simple, you call your service provider. continue reading
Whether you’re heading on a beach break or taking a cruise, you want your accommodation to be quiet when your head hits the pillow each night, and it’s always nice to have things pleasantly peaceful throughout the day. If you’re looking for accommodation in Bristol, you need to be particularly careful. After all, this is a thriving city, and plenty of areas will be a little noisy, even well into the night. continue reading
One great way to see the world is to do so by car. Taking a road trip often gets you closer to the action than other forms of transportation. Especially if you’re driving the car, you can have complete control over where and when you stop to enjoy attractions or experience certain things along your trip. However, cars can also be dangerous if not operated safely and appropriately. So to help ensure your safety, here are three ways you can have safer road trips in the future. continue reading
We’ve all travelled economy but sometimes we all deserve a bit of luxury, be it splashing out on a nice meal, treating ourselves with a bit of shopping, or even travelling in style. In most cases when travelling economy, we have all had one negative thing or another to say about the experience, be it not enough leg room, bad food or being squashed between two people, we have all been there! continue reading
For working-class, taking a vacation is never easy. Paid off-days are hardly ever enough to plan a real getaway, and the world always seems like it will end if you step out of the office for more than a few hours. But as studies show, not taking time off can do much more harm than good, not only to your well-being but your productivity as well. continue reading
From professional dinners over drinks to the more recent appearance of the “wine mom,” a type of suburban mother who turns to an extra glass of red in the evening to destress, drinking is normalized in contemporary society. It brings people together, helps us relax, and makes for a festive environment. Unfortunately, for those who struggle with alcoholism or are trying to stay sober, mainstream drinking culture can be isolating and painful.