Being the 21st Century we are now turning to technology to both improve our driving and driving experiences. Recent developments including distance & speed cruise control, assisted parking and rain activated wipers have helped remove some of the stresses involved with operating a road-going vehicle.
Money: perhaps the most universally handled item we come into contact with on a daily basis. So, should we be surprised to learn how much bacteria lives on our local currencies?
Historically, a great Global Power could exert their status by showing the rest of the world that the skies were the limit in terms of what they could achieve...quite literally! Throughout the last few Centuries the wealthiest countries have been locked in a race to the heavens and in the process have built some colossal, and on occasion hideous, towers which threaten to split both public opinion and the o-zone layer!
Land's End marks the northern tip of Britain, Hadrian's Wall is in Cornwall and the Jurassic Coast is to be found in Scotland were some of the answers in a recent survey of British people!
Britons travelling to Florida for the Easter holidays no longer need an international Driving Permit (IPD) to drive on the state's roads, according to today's press reports.
Europe has a veritable spaghetti junction of different driving laws and rules, so much so that the Foreign Office has designed a new online tool to help British holidaymakers be better prepared for driving abroad.
To save your pennies on Easter breaks, The Sunday Times (24th March 2013) advised its readers to forward plan for car hire and car hire excess insurance, currency and travel cover with these great tips below:
All prices within this section were correct at time of publication.