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5 Golden rules for Car Pooling to School
Aug20

5 Golden rules for Car Pooling to School

With Back-to-school looming and the dreaded school run returning maybe its time to consider car pooling writes  Geraldine Herbert Whether a simple arrangement with one parent or a wide group of parents all participating on different days complete with excel spreadsheets once established there are a few golden rules to car pooling; 1) Car pooling is not a chauffeuring service, the convenience of having your child or children collected...

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Six of the most spectacular landscapes you will ever drive through
Aug16

Six of the most spectacular landscapes you will ever drive through

From twisting coastal routes to rugged mountains and scenic fjords, here are six of the best driving routes around the world for epic landscapes and ocean views writes Geraldine Herbert   IRELAND  – THE WILD ATLANTIC WAY Stretching from the northern Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal to the southern town of Kinsale in County Cork, the Wild Atlantic way is the longest defined coastal route in the world. The twisting...

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A Summer of Racing
Aug15

A Summer of Racing

This Summer has been an action packed one writes Nicole Lynch Time flies when you’re having fun and this season has definitely flown for me. It’s crazy to think that already there are only three rounds left to in the Thundersport GB this year. I haven’t been the best at keeping my blog up to date due to how much of a whirlwind this year has been but I’ll give you a quick update about what’s been happening so far and I’ll update my...

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Eight car options worth paying for
Aug14

Eight car options worth paying for

When it comes to car options there are a few luxuries that we think are worth paying for writes Geraldine Herbert There is a bewildering amount of choice when it comes to car extras and it is easy to blur the line between wants and needs but whichever you are considering make sure research your options and know exactly what you are getting for your money. Its also worth remembering that some options may make resale values higher so...

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Review: Concord Reverso Plus
Aug13

Review: Concord Reverso Plus

Suzanne Keane trys out the Concord Reverso Plus What is it? Concord have been making child seats for the past 40 years so they should know a thing or two about creating functional quality safety products.  The previous model Reverso was best known for its ability to seat children up to 23kg using isofix – most isofix seats are just rated to 18kg and the new Concord Reverso Plus follows on with this innovative lightweight design but...

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Thinking of buying a van?
Aug07

Thinking of buying a van?

    Thinking of buying a Van? Here are some ‘Van Buying Tips’ that you should bear in mind writes Suzanne Keane         Size – Overloading is both dangerous and illegal so work out the size of van you need. A good rule of thumb is to add 15 per cent more than you think you will need. Space – What will you be carrying regularly and what is the biggest load you are likely to need to transport...

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