Growing up, my family went on numerous summer vacations. The five of us all usually traveled in my parent’s midsize sedan. While we enjoyed each other’s company for a while, we soon became irritable. We didn’t have nearly enough room in the car to remain comfortable for longer than an hour or two. If you’re planning an upcoming vacation, consider renting a vehicle to travel in. You can ride in style; and, you will have enough room to stretch. On this blog, you will discover the best types of vehicles to rent for large families. Enjoy your vacation ride this year!
5 August 2015
When you have serious amounts of freight that need to be transported, it is important to understand how to partner with trucking companies (such as W G Davis & Sons Trucking Ltd) in your local and surrounding area. Getting the most of such jobs will require you to key in on the factors that help you save money with your freight shipping, while also choosing the best company and trucks to get the items from Point A to Point B.
7 July 2015
When you book a trip, one of your biggest expenses is going to be your flights. However, when you're budgeting for your flights, remember that the cost of the ticket is only a fraction of the flight cost—extra fees and hidden expenses could almost double that cost. Here are some of the extra expenses to watch out for. Baggage Fees Almost all airlines are now charging a fee to check your bags.
2 July 2015
Your wedding day is a combination of countless details to arrange and decisions to make. There are a lot of things you can do to make your day special and have a personal flair. One unique quality you can add to your wedding day is a party bus for your guests. Below are three great reasons for you to rent a party bus on your wedding day. A Party Bus Keeps Guests Busy While Your Photos are Being Taken
11 June 2015
Tie-down winch straps are used to secure the loads on the backs of flatbed tractor trailers. Without the straps, the materials that the tractor trailer is hauling could vibrate off the flatbed while the truck is driving down the road, or the load could slip off the side of the trailer when the driver rounds a sharp turn. The tie-downs help to make the road safe for truckers and everyone else who uses the roads.