6 Popular Sites Where You Need to Take Your Campervan #Infographic #Camping

Whether you are working in a MNC in a plum designation or own a home based business, taking break from work becomes a requirement at times. If you cannot manage time for a long vacation abroad, do not be disheartened. There are plenty of weekend destinations scattered across the coastline of the UK. You can head to those serene and beautiful camping spots in your camper van.

Apart from the natural beauty and adventure activities, you will get the scope to enjoy serenity and relax. The north Northumberland coastline is one such example and Lancashire coast is also fine. At some of these spots, you will get cooking facility and provisions for barbeque. To know more on such sites, check out this infographic.

An infographic by Vdubz Hire LTD.

Ridiculous and Weird Traffic Laws From Around the World #Infographic #Driving

Most of those sound like a joke, and it’s hard or even impossible to convince people that those are real. But they are real. The interesting part (aside from the laws themselves) is that some of them are so old, that most of the people living now don’t remember the days when these, ridiculous now, laws were active and in force.

So, let’s be honest: most of these laws exist only on paper. And, in reality, nobody is going to fine you are driving barefoot, mostly because what are the chances of you driving barefoot? And even more so – what are your chances of driving blindfolded?

At the same time, many of these laws make you wonder what actually prompted them. For example, why is it not allowed to smoke while driving in Greece? And how can you possibly honk someone else’s car honk? Anyway, those are fun to read about!

An infographic by Title Pro.

6 Benefits of Car Tint #Infographic #Vehicle

One of the basic modifications that we often install into our car is window tint. Car tint often comes as an afterthought for many, but did you know that besides from privacy, car tint provides other benefits that you can make your driving experience safer, comfortable and more enjoyable? Here are key takeaways from the visual guide below:

It filters excess brightness from the outside, shielding your eye from blinding glare of the sun, thus avoiding possible road accidents. Furthermore, it improves privacy and security. It acts as a deterrent for criminals since they are not able to see the insides of your vehicle. Also, it keeps others from looking at you, which is rather intimidating and weird.

Moreover, tinted windows protect the upholstery of your car from scorching rays of the sun, thus preventing early deterioration. And, in addition, they keep your car cool and save energy from air conditioning, blocks UV rays that are harmful to our health and improve the personality of your vehicle.

To learn more, check this infographic from Global Tint as they present to you the six reasons why you should tint your car today.

An infographic by Global Tint.

How to choose a bike lock #Infographic #Cycling

Choosing a bike lock is difficult. There are loads to pick from. And the wrong decision can have disastrous consequences! But fear not! This infographic is designed to guide you through 3 simple steps that will ensure you choose the right lock for both you and your bike.

So in Step 1 you’ll work out what level of protection you need and learn how to judge the security level of a lock.

In Step 2 you’ll discover the four most popular types of bike lock and how each offers a different balance of affordability, practicality and security. The most important point here is that while cable locks are very affordable and practical, they offer almost no security. Do NOT buy a cable lock!

And then in Step 3 you’ll learn that different brands offer different degrees of value for money, build quality and customer service.

For more detailed information on this process and in-depth reviews of individual bike locks and brands check The Best Bike Lock.

An infographic by The Best Bike Lock.

Driving By Generation: Baby Boomers vs Millenials #Infographic #Cars

Millennials and Baby Boomers are very different generations for a variety of reasons. One of the most often overlooked differences is their first cars.

Obviously, the popular models were extremely different back then, with most of them considered to be “classics” now. However, you’ll also notice that proportionally, Baby Boomers actually paid more for their first cars than Millennials do now on average.

It seems hard to believe, but due to tight budgets and a struggling economy, Millennials are rather limited in their first car options.

Popular models for Baby Boomers included the 1966 Ford Mustang, 1966 Chevrolet Camaro, 1961 Austin Mini Cooper, 1967 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, 1967 Volkswagen Beetle, and 1970 Datsun 240z.

The prices for these models ranged from $1,595 (the cost of the Austin Mini Cooper) to $4,589 (the cost of the Chevrolet Camaro) back in the day. And the best part was that these cars were usually brand new when they were bought.

Now, most first cars are pre-owned. Popular models for Millennials to buy include the Pontiac Aztek, Dodge Magnum, Chrysler Pacifica, Volkswagen Golf, Chevrolet Trailblazer, and Honda Civic.

The prices for these models range anywhere from $2,673 (the cost of the Pontiac Aztek) to $9,000 (the cost of the Volkswagen Golf and Honda Civic), as of the year 2016.

Adjusted to reflect inflation, figures show that Millennials spend an average of $6,500 on their first cars, while Baby Boomers would have spent an average of $19,100 on their first cars, assuming the prices are the same as they are in 2016.

An infographic by Pony Parts.