Setting off on a getaway at home or abroad is always a memorable experience. For most people camping is not only a cheaper alternative but also way more fulfilling.
We've got plenty of guides for to help your touring or camping getaway get off to a flying start. So, if you fancy going on a bike ride while you're pitched up on the campsite, then check out our guide to bike racks. With more than one type of rack, you can find the ideal one for you, your car and your needs in just one click.More Info
It's important to know what's legal when considering buying a booster seat. With child or baby car seats there's often a lot more information as to the options available.
With booster seats, they're ideal for a child that still isn't fully grown enough for a standard car seat. If you're unsure as to what a booster seat is, or even if you need one, then check out our handy guide.More Info
Getting your child car seat fitted properly is essential. If you've bought a child seat and it isn't fitted correctly it can be disastrous.
So, why not take the guesswork out of it, and let Halfords trained professionals fit it for you. We'll even give you a demo so you feel comfortable doing it yourself.More Info
Are you planning a getaway any time soon? No doubt it's probably been a stressful time finding something that everyone will enjoy whether you're taking the kids, parents or the family dogs; you've got to make sure they are all happy.
Not long now before you can start relaxing but you need to ensure you have all the right equipment with you as well like Trunki Cases. Having the right touring and camping equipment can make a huge difference to how much you enjoy yourself.
It's important you take the right equipment with you when going camping, like the all-important tents and sleeping equipment, otherwise you'll end up going home earlier than planned.
If you're planning on going further afield maybe a road trip in Europe than make sure you don't break the law. Carry a breathalyser, a warning triangle and reflective jacket for motorcyclists when driving in France.