Sometimes you find yourself with a car you can not use anymore. If you have a car that is no longer driveable, doesn’t have a trade in value and can’t be sold, you still need to find a way to get rid of the car. There is a great way to get rid of that car. Scrap it.
Unfortunately, not all drivers follow the roles. If you happen to be one of the unlucky individuals who is involved in an accident with an uninsured driver, then the steps you take after can impact your ability to recover compensation.
There are several dangers associated with teenage drivers and their lack of experience as new drivers and lack of responsibility when driving. Due to the many accidents that have occurred, it is important for both parents and teens alike to be aware of the potential risks that come with being a new driver.
With autumn here and winter just around the corner, it’s something we simply must get on top of. Not only for our safety but for our children, too. As rain pours, snow falls, and sheets of ice set across the tarmac, we need to know that our car tyres are fit for purpose. As they’re about to be put through their paces, now is the time to give everything a thorough check for your own peace of mind when you’re out and about.
Buying a workhorse family’s car can alleviate a lot of your scheduling and mobility woes. Children can be easily brought to and from school, further ensuring their safety. You will be more in control of your time since you don’t have to wait for public transportation to ferry you around.
There’s nothing like a summer road trip to help you bond with you and your family! The wide-open roads, the random pit stops, and the final destination make taking the kids on a road trip totally worth it. But, sometimes those long hours on the road can get boring if you aren’t well prepared.
Here, we’ll share some easy ways to keep the kids entertained during a road trip. Pack the kids in the SUV and read on for some ultimate road trip fun!
From when Roo was little we have always been a family who has jumped in the car on a trip to one place or another. I think a mixture of getting both Roo and Tigger used to travelling and some top tips I’ve learnt along the way has made travelling with young children easier.
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.