Whether you are planning day trips or a staycation for the months ahead, it is important to think about the car journey or journeys you will undertake. Especially as travelling with children in the car can be stressful. Take a look at my top tips for car journeys with children, which I hope to relive some of this stress. Fingers crossed you’ll arrive at your destination relaxed and ready to enjoy your plans.
Certain kinds of cars can compliment families best. After all, it’s important that parents don’t lose their independence, and that they also can undertake family trips too. To be stuck at home is no kind of life to live, for parent or child, so it’s important to buy the best vehicle possible for those family outings.
Travelling with young children can be stressful at the best of times. With limited attention spans, a long car journey soon becomes arduous for even the most angelic of your brood. So imagine if, on top of this, you break down. It’ll delay your journey, potentially cost a fortune and may even prevent you reaching your planned destination.
If you need a reliable car to get to work every day and drive your family around in, then you’ll understand the costs and responsibility involved. Buying a car whether through finance or outlay is a considerable initial investment in capital which not everyone has available or can access immediately. Moreover, the ongoing costs of owning your own vehicle in terms of wear and tear and depreciation are making leasing vehicles increasingly more attractive to drivers.
Starting a family is the beginning of a new chapter of your life. As a parent, you are going to do everything within your power to make sure that they get everything they need and are always safe from any harm that might befall them. And this is where cars come in.
It’s been six months since we started using the Cozy ‘N Safe Merlin Car Seat for Piglet on our travels. I thought it was about time I gave an update on our first impressions and how we have found using the car seat.
Throughout my teenage years, I had grand plans to pass my driving test as soon as possible after my seventeenth birthday. With plans to join the Army Royal Logistics Corp, driving would be an integral part of my role. Unfortunately, I was unable to afford driving lessons whilst I was studying at college and had to delay my dream of getting behind the wheel.
Whether you own your car outright or have a car loan, your car is a precious asset which should be looked after. Moreover, it keeps you and your loved one safe when you’re commuting for business or pleasure. So it is vitally important to ensure that your car is regularly serviced and maintained. Cars can develop unseen faults which have no symptoms until they become dangerous, so only a trained mechanic can really see the issues that your car can have before they develop fully.