travel

Tips for road trips, car rentals, and vehicular travel of all kinds.

  • Jim Hughes
    Published 20 days ago
    Car Maintenance Tips While Traveling to Europe

    Car Maintenance Tips While Traveling to Europe

    The best time to visit Rome and other popular destinations in Europe is between September and November, and April to May when there are fewer crowds, and the days are bright and sunny. And in fine weather such as this, the best way to explore the continent is by taking a road trip.
  • Chiara Torelli
    Published 24 days ago
    The Big Future of Tiny Houses (Part 2)

    The Big Future of Tiny Houses (Part 2)

    Tiny houses are still a relatively new phenomenon, and local councils and governments aren't 100 percent sure how to go about regulating them yet. Things are moving a-pace though, and collaboration between councils and tiny homeowners is helping to open channels of communication. Here's the low-down on what classification you can claim for your tiny build, where you can live and how to go about settling in.
  • Natalie Ige
    Published 2 months ago
    Why It's Better to Opt for Chauffeured Luxury Car Rental over Self-Drive Car Rental?

    Why It's Better to Opt for Chauffeured Luxury Car Rental over Self-Drive Car Rental?

    Driving a luxury car is a dream for many. But the glory that comes while sitting in the backseat as the driver takes you to your destination is on a different level. While being chauffeured, you can enjoy the scenery when traveling to distant locations. The chauffeurs also have a myriad of advice for their customers. These are some of the benefits that you do not get to avail while driving a rental car.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published 2 months ago
    Practical Cars For Families Who Like to Travel

    Practical Cars For Families Who Like to Travel

    Families who travel together get to experience the world in a way that connects them in new and fun ways. When you are traveling with others, you must take into consideration how long you will be in close quarters to your traveling companions, and prepare for the things you do and do not like about being in these close situations. That is why choosing the best vehicle for traveling is a crucial aspect for families that love the road, and look forward to the adventure. Whether you are looking at riding in an RV, SUV, minivan, crossover, car, or truck, you must consider how reliable the vehicle is, safety options available, and the comfort of all the passengers before making that final vehicle decision.
  • Kevin
    Published 3 months ago
    Expensive Cars that Are Surprisingly Good for Travel

    Expensive Cars that Are Surprisingly Good for Travel

    A staple of many families' summer is some type of vacation or road trip. Many families choose to drive for these types of destination trips. Whether you rent a car or you have one that you are able to drive for these long distances, you should always do your research and know which cars are best. Some people choose to buy nice, luxury cars. If you are one of these people and you are someone who likes to travel you will want to know which luxury cars are best for road trips.
  • Isla Wright
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Plan a Great Motorcycle Road Trip

    How to Plan a Great Motorcycle Road Trip

    Although riding provides an unmatched sense of freedom, practical limitations demand some thinking ahead before you hit the open road. Motorbikes are, first and foremost, limited on their storage capacity. Thoroughbred touring bikes like the Honda Gold Wing and the BMW K1200LT feature a number of hard cases and storage points for extra clothing and gear, however, long haul riders are often pressed to make tough decisions about the items they will carry. Here are a few planning points.
  • LaSharndra Clark
    Published 3 months ago
    Why I Decided to Become a Car Dweller?

    Why I Decided to Become a Car Dweller?

    It was August 2012, I was a single middle class divorced mom. I started renting a house in Schaumburg, Illinois for $1,500 a month with a salary of $72,000 to support two junior high school kids that eventually attended a private high school in Arlington Heights, Illinois. By the seventh year, my son has grown on to college, and I lived alone with my daughter who was playing soccer, running Cross Country, and playing AAU basketball in her senior year. Anyone that has or had teenagers that played either high school sports or on any AAU team knows that it’s like investing in a small based business where the overhead is higher than the productivity. I was spending about $2,700 a quarter on both kids in extra curricular fees alone.
  • Isla Wright
    Published 4 months ago
    The Ultimate Driving Experience for a Car Enthusiast

    The Ultimate Driving Experience for a Car Enthusiast

    If you’re one of those who has always been fascinated by revving engines and the smell of petrol, or even if you’ve only recently discovered the beauty of driving top-of-the-class cars along some amazing routes, you’re in luck! With so many people all over the world sharing the same passion, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing your next unforgettable experience.
  • Natalie Ige
    Published 5 months ago
    Expert Tips on How to Go About Renting Cars

    Expert Tips on How to Go About Renting Cars

    As the summer is arriving, many of us will plan to hit the road for a vacation, out of which many will drive rental cars in different parts of the country, or of the world. While rental cars seem so simple and satisfying, yet many people complain about the confusing pricing structure that is associated with it.
  • Vivian Curl
    Published 6 months ago
    This Tiny Life

    This Tiny Life

    When I was five years old, my parents had a small 10-foot camper that they kept in their backyard. It was to small to really do much of anything in it. I recall that it had a table that sat right next to a big window. Through that window I could see the backyard. It was like my escape from reality. When I first discovered that the door was unlocked, I would sneak out and sit at the table and play with my pick up sticks.
  • Echo Olivia
    Published 7 months ago
    The Spare

    The Spare

    She was peeling the outer layer of her steering wheel off as he came out of the front door of their house. He opened the garage door and she watched as he pilfered through the mass of items.
  • Mallory Kane
    Published 8 months ago
    Roadtrip!

    Roadtrip!

    Sometime in between the years’ worth of hours spent in the car together, my dad and I have acquired a unique understanding of the world. I consider myself lucky because my dad has shown me how to make a dreadful experience a brighter one. All he has to do is pack us in the car for a 23-hour trip, and tell some jokes along the way. There it is; the coexistence of the bad and good—depending on the amount of times we have heard said jokes previously, of course.