Tag Archives: Travel Tips

Annoying animals across the globe

This is an interesting article from Stuff.co.nz and one I would love to hear more about from Transfercar’s readers and drivers.  Post your comments here or on Facebook and tell us what your craziest/scariest or just weirdest animal experience was while travelling! “Aw, isn’t it cute?” That, right there, is the officially accepted response to any animal contact the world over. Animals are cute. They’re there to be photographed, adored, and occasionally fed. But you know what?...Read More

Your guide to travelling on a budget

Even on a limited budget, you can still have a great holiday with your friends or family. You just need to put a little extra thought into every dollar you plan to spend. Here’s some tips that can guide you while planning a vacation without breaking the bank. Go on a local holiday Why not check out some of the local attractions. Sometimes some of the most beautiful places are right in your back yard. You don’t always need to go and book expensive plane tickets. Instead have a ‘staycation’....Read More

NZers can cope with new turning law – instructor

Something interesting for Transfercar drivers!!! Written By Rachel Morton The right hand rule is something New Zealanders have lived with for more than 30 years and while it’s entrenched in our driving habits one driving instructor says we’ll cope just fine. “There will be times in the initial part where they will need to concentrate, so it’s always, if in doubt hang about and think it out,” says Passrite Driving Academy instructor Fred Bardon. Nobody’s more relieved by the...Read More

Holidaying tragedies, Oprah and Me.

OK one of my many ‘privileges’ of working from home is watching Oprah during lunch most afternoon =) Just last week saw this very unfortunate and interesting episode of an unfortunate incident on a cruise liner, which made me want to share some very important tips In the case of any ‘unfortunate incident’ overseas, along with the thing u would normally do make sure you also 1. contact the local embassy of your country, this MUST be done along with contacting the local police 2. if its...Read More