Collaborative Post It’s accepted that pretty much everybody needs to get themselves a car or some sort of vehicle nowadays. The amount of responsibilities to take care of, and the number of places we need to be means that the investment in one is essential. If you’ve always been into cars and bikes, then it’s probably a non-issue for you as this is what you love and this is your bread and butter – it’s not too much to worry about.
As we’re all car owners, we all know that it’s not always a fun time out on the road. Whether you’re single or whether you’ve got a big family with you, things can get a little hairy. Thankfully, with modern technology and smart ergonomics, there are some very cool and super handy things that can be done to make the journey a little smoother – literally and psychologically. If you want, we’ll have a little talk about these particular inventions – we might even throw some leisurely creations in there, too! View Post
Sponsored Post If you’re a car owner in the UK, you’ll be aware of MOT tests. However, do you know why they’re so important? Let’s take a quick look at that, as well as when it needs to be done and how it is performed.
Since I started blogging at the beginning of last year, we’ve certainly racked up more miles than usual! From blogging events to family holidays, we’re spending more time in the car than ever before. Of course, having a baby/toddler has changed the way we travel. We have to pack so much more to prepare for every eventuality! We also find ourselves stopping at services far more often. However, there are things that make the journey much easier! View Post
What you’d do if you won the lottery has more than likely crossed your mind at some point. Probably when you were stuck in traffic on the morning commute or unable to afford something luxurious you saw. It’s all so tempting to think that with just one ticket, your life has the potential to change forever! View Post
When Autumn turned 15 months old in January, we knew it was time for her to move out of her first car seat as she had reached its limit. From research I’d done when I was pregnant, I knew that I wanted her to be rear-facing for as long as possible. UK regulations now state that you must have your child in a rear-facing car seat until they’re 15 months. However, whether they change to forward-facing or not after that is your decision. I personally decided I want to keep her rear-facing as long as possible as, after scouring the internet reading numerous blogs and articles, I feel it is safer. View Post