Best Portable Car Seat for Travel with Infants or Toddlers – Road Trip with Kids Best portable car seat for travel A safe, comfortable, and stable portable car seat will give you a peace of mind and confidence when you’re traveling on the road with your child.
So to help you with your goal of ensuring that your child will be as safe as he or she can possibly be while in the vehicle, I’ve decided to put together this helpful list which features 4 different portable car seats for travelthat ticks all the right boxes—from safety to comfiness factor.
Let’s go over them, shall we?
Safety 1st Grow and Go 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat, Blue Coral (travel booster car seat with cup holders) Safety 1st Grow and Go 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat, Blue Coral $108.99 $144.99 in stock 12 new from $108.99 3 used from $98.76 Check it out! Amazon.com Free shipping Last updated on February 15, 2019 3:37 pm This is a pretty slick lightweight car seat for travel (weighs about 18 pounds or so).
It’s called ..
Best RV and Campervan Solar Panels – My Free Buyers Guide! Are you also investing in a clean & sustainable future? RV travel has never been this environmental friendly with your top collection of motorhome solar panels! Not all RV owners are interested in solar-powering their vehicles, but if you’re an RV owner who is looking to espouse the green lifestyle, or wishes to go off-grid, or just want to plain ol’ save some cash for the long term, then you’ll want to install a few solar panels onto your RV.
Problem is with all the choices available out there, it can be quite challenging to find the best RV solar panels for the money.
But hey, it’s a good thing you’re reading this right now because the challenge is OVER! The Road Trip Guy comes to the rescue!
I’m about to let you in on what solar panels are worthy to be hooked up to your ride.
I want to thank my 12,000 monthly readers and their amazing feedback on how they installed their solar panels on the RV’s and which brands give th..
Best Front And Rear Dash Cam of 2019 [ Best Bang For The Buck! ]
Once in a thousand years, humans would come up with an invention that’s earth-shatteringly groundbreaking, it makes the whole world scream in joyous delight.
And one of those inventions is the rear and front dash cam…
But, it’s still a pretty awesome invention.
From documenting road trips (which is what I use it for mainly) to capturing parking accidents and insurance fraud, a dual lense dash cam system is an extremely useful device to have in your car.
I’ve been collecting a number of them, and here’s my list of 5 of the best front and rear dash cams.
Extra: At the end of this article I will answer some of my readers questions on how to use the dash cam properly and how to use its footage in vlogs or on social media.
Interested? Keep reading!
Z-EDGE S3 Dual Dash Cam – Ultra HD 1440P Front & 1080P Rear 150 Degree Wide Angle Dual Lens Car Camera, Front and Rear Dash Cam First off, I’m happy to prese..
When it comes to packing for a winter trip, the key is to travel light. That might seem counterintuitive considering the colder temperatures, but packing light allows for ease of transport and helps you avoid extra baggage fees. The process might feel like solving a puzzle, but we’re here to help with some winter packing tips.
Pack fewer outfits than you think you need. Especially during the winter, it’s about layering and choosing versatile pieces that can be worn in different combinations. Think function and comfort (warmth) before fashion. Also, when you pack light, you leave room in your luggage for the souvenirs and gifts you’ll pick up during your trip. With that mindset, let’s break down your packing list into layers.
Base Layer One strategy to eliminate bulky luggage is to create warmth using layers, rather than packing your heaviest down coat. These layers can be worn in different combinations depending on the temperature, weather conditions, and your activities.
The March edition of Lonely Planet Magazine (UK) is out now! © Lonely Planet March’s edition of Lonely Planet Magazine (UK) has hit the shelves! This issue includes tales of epic hikes into the depths of the Grand Canyon, an exploration of Senegal’s diverse music scene and a round-up of the best islands to visit in 2019.
All this talk of travel got your feet itching? Take a sneak peek at this month’s selection of mini-guides. Found in the back of the magazine each issue, they’re available to download here for free!
Leave the crowds at the Eiffel Tower and explore the other romantic sights of Paris © Mikhail Gnatkovskiy / Shutterstock Romantic Paris Beyond its backdrop of magnificent monuments, Paris’s magic lies in the unexpected: hidden parks, small bistros and cafés where you can watch local life unfold. Here are our top tips for a romantic break in the French capital.
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The Lithuanian capital is a beguiling mix of old and new © Sabine de Milliano / 500px Weeken..
One of Danner’s mountain-to-town leather boots, the Danner Vertigo 917 uses a mix of modern midsole materials, elastic cuffs, and classic leather stylings. We wore the Danner 917 leather boots for a month for this review.
“Ooh, I like the Huckberry Danners!” The exclamation took me by surprise at the recent Outdoor Retailer trade show this past month. A gentleman pointed to my shoes. Evidently, I was wearing more sought-after boots than I had thought.
The boot in question — the product of a brand collaboration between Danner and Huckberry — is the Vertigo 917, officially dubbed the “Gold Rush.” The improvements aren’t too functional; they’re mostly style related. The original Danner Vertigo 917 released a few years ago, but Huckberry added a suede heel, Vibram gum sole, Huckberry branding on the tongue, and a golden color for the update.
Yet in a time when heritage mountain boots are all the rage in town, I decided to wear these day in and day out for the past month to see what all ..
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The Mathews Vertix is one of our Best Bows of 2019. We put this compound bow through its paces for this review and came away impressed.
Last year’s Mathews Triax was one killer bow. It was smooth, quiet, and accurate. My one complaint was the bow’s diminutive size. At 28 inches axle-to-axle, the bow was compact, but it also felt short and shifty at full draw. If only Mathews could blend the stealth and buttery draw of the Triax with a model that was just a smidge longer …
Hallelujah! Enter the Mathews Vertix, which measures 30 inches from axle to axle.
Like the Triax, the Vertix boasts Mathews’ noise- and vibration-killing 3D Damping Technology. The rig also has Crosscentric Cam Technology, which promises a smooth draw, pinpoint accuracy, and speeds up to 343 fps.
Best Bows of 2019: Top Flagship Compounds From ATA GearJunkie staff scoured the floors of the Archery Trade Association trade show looking at the newest flagshi..
Some would say I’m a seasoned traveller. After 10+ years of actively exploring the world, during which I applied for three passports and set foot in 32 countries, I did pick up a few tricks along the way: don’t skimp on skincare, pack more shoes than you think you will need (a girl can never have too many shoes in her suitcase), and never leave the house without travel insurance.
While the majority of travellers are eager to plan out their itinerary, research hotels, and look up weather conditions, a recent TD Insurance survey found that more than one third of Canadians have forgotten to purchase travel insurance at least once before (37%) or say that it is the last thing they think of (36%).
And things get even worse as far as my generation is concerned: millennials would rather travel without travel insurance (55%) than without their smartphones (45%). Guys, your smartphone is not going to be of any help with a $15,000 hospital bill, you know that, right?
The bottom line, here, la..
DATE : September 29, 2018
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Top 7 Small Multi-Tools For Travellers Traveling is a hobby that is shared by many. Every traveler needs to have a checklist on their traveling gear so as to ensure that every important traveling gadget has been packed. When it comes to outdoor gear, multi-tools are no doubt a backbone piece to this. They are […]READ MORE