Should I buy an electric car?

At present, you probably wouldn’t consider purchasing an electric vehicle. Most likely, it hasn’t even been on your radar as an option. But our love affair with petrol and diesel vehicles may be under threat from both increased environmental concerns and rapidly evolving battery technology. The term ‘EV’ is generally used rather loosely to cover […]

Packing for an overseas trip

We’ve done our fair share of overseas travel over the years … everything from four-day business trips to the US to six weeks at a stretch in Europe and Asia as tourists. Like most of us, we’ve struggled with what to pack and what to leave at home. It would be fair to say that […]

Dealing with Jet-Lag

Jet-lag can ruin the start of your overseas holiday or turn that important business meeting into a sleep-deprived marathon. If you don’t have the hefty bank balance for a plush flat bed at the pointy end of the aircraft and you’re stuck in ‘cattle class’, here are some helpful tips to minimise the effects of […]

Surviving a long-haul flight

When Qantas commenced the Kangaroo Route from Australia to London in 1947, it took four days and nine stops. Now you can fly the 14,500km non-stop from Perth in 17 hours and aircraft are already on the drawing board that will be able to fly even longer routes. In this article we’ll look at factors […]

Get me to the church on time.

Wedding cars are about a whole lot more. Obviously, getting the bride to the ceremony on time is critically important. However, organising wedding cars for the big day is just one part of the transport logistics that needs to be considered when arranging a wedding. Hens/Bucks night – Getting yourself and your friends safely to […]