Are you one of those of people who still believe you must go abroad to have an exotic break? You don’t have to go far to experience a beautiful break. Britain is full of wonderful places right on your doorstep!
Sometimes the winter weather conditions make it challenging to drive. We are sure that you have already driven in snow and ice, but do you know if you were driving safely? We have some helpful tips for safer driving in these cold, winter conditions.
Lonely Planet has announced the Top 10 regions to visit in 2019 and we have selected our 7 favourites destinations. We also have written down the reasons we want to visit them. Are you ready to dream awake? While writing the article, we were so tentative to start packing and jump in the next plane to go to these astonishing places!
Wondering about some sun in this cold winter? We give five destinations full of sun! From Lanzarote to Florida. From Costa Rica to Abu Dabhi or Vietnam.
We can not choose just one!
Half-term is coming, and you may travel with your children. Here you can find our tips to have perfect holidays and being ready for your travel.
How often do you rely on your smartphone to complete everyday tasks? From finding your way around to shopping and of course, let’s not forget booking your hire car excess insurance online, we are spending increasing amounts of time on our phones. Research from Nottingham University found that the average person checks their device 85 times a day or roughly a third of the time that they are awake! This can prove costly if you forget about roaming charges when you travel abroad.
We love to save Bettersafe customers money. So here are some tips on roaming.
As if some of the existing traps and pitfalls of hiring a car abroad were not enough, this summer saw an additional complication arising from a decision by the UK authorities. This was the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority’s (DVLA) (https://www.gov.uk/contact-the-dvla) decision to scrap the paper counterpart to driving licences issued in Britain with effect from the 8th of June 2015.
It is the UK’s closest continental neighbour, so it is hardly surprising that so many British drivers venture onto French roads each year – whether they are taking their own car or hiring one once they have crossed the Channel.