I passed my driving test back in 2004, and was never shown how to change a tyre. It was actually 3 years later, just after scattering my late Dad’s ashes that I first encountered (and realised I had no idea … Continue reading What To Do If You Get A Flat Tyre
Are you looking for a van to hire? Maybe you’re going on a vacation or maybe you’re moving into a new place. Whatever your need may be, here are five things to know before renting a van. If you have … Continue reading 5 Things to Know Before Renting a Van
For many families, the car is a lifesaver, and they have rarely been relied on as much as they are today. As noted by corporate vehicle experts, Fleet News, this is a time when public transport is failing more often, and so … Continue reading Finding The Best Vehicle For Your Growing Family
I recently saw the below infographic, sharing the driving habits of new parents and was immediately transported back to 2011… Before we had kids, Hubby and I drove a Porsche Cayenne, (The big 4×4 version). It was an amazing car, … Continue reading Driving Habits Of New Parents
I’ve been driving for 15 years now. It’s been over 16 years since I passed my theory test. One thing which always stuck in my head was stopping distance. Until I began cramming for my theory test, I hadn’t considered … Continue reading Do You Know Your Car’s Emergency Stopping Distance?
I’ve been driving since 2004. In that time, I have had 5 cars. Of those, I had to put 4 of them through MOT’s at one point or another. If you’re like me, your MOT is one of those annoying … Continue reading What Happens If You Forget Your MOT?
I’ve been driving for 15 years now, and in that time I have owned 5 different cars. Each of them had their good and bad points, of course. However, one thing I have always been hyper aware of is their … Continue reading How To Monitor Your Car’s Running Costs And Value
If you read my blog regularly, you’ll know that my son, Sam has Autism and severe learning difficulties. He has very little danger awareness, and regularly refuses to walk when we are out and about. While on paper he is … Continue reading Getting Around With A Special Needs Child
As a mum, I am always a little obsessive about safety, especially in the car. Sam has Autism, and car journeys can be really hard for him. (And me, for that matter). I like to make sure the car is … Continue reading Choosing the right tyres for your car model
I think everyone has heard Chris Rea’s song, Driving Home for Christmas now. It is my absolute favourite song to hum in the car at this time of the year. It’s not just a song though… It’s something millions of … Continue reading Driving Safely This Christmas!