If you speak to any father that drives, he will have a story about the first journey home with his partner and newborn child. I can clearly recall being accompanied out to the hospital car park by a midwife on a bright summer’s day when Mrs Adams and I came home with Helen. The midwife, I should add, was there to ensure the car seat was fitted properly.
Blog posts about cars, car maintenance, gadgets and anything motoring related.
Save for essential maintenance and safety, I am going to wager you don’t think about car tyres too much. To most people they are simply a part of the family car and so long as the tread is legal, they get no further thought or attention.
What does our family car have in common with a WWII fighter aircraft? The honest answer is “not much” but there is one minor, tenuous connection.
I hardly need to tell you that drink-driving is irresponsible. With party season on the horizon, it’s good to have reassurance that you’re below the drink drive limit at all times. Having your own breathaylser is one way to achieve this and so I was asked to try out the Alcosense Pro.
I have just completed a challenge, one I thoroughly enjoyed. Asked by Vauxhall to highlight some of life’s #smallvictories, I spent a couple of days driving a Vauxhall Astra and documenting small successes as we went along.