Wednesday, May 13, 2015 | By: Marina

A Guide to Traveling Abroad With Your Car



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I love travelling abroad and do it often. What makes the trip more exciting and enjoyable for me is doing these travels by car because it lets me see the sites at my own pace. I pick and choose where I want to go but I’m always mindful of the rules of the road and etiquette I must follow. For instance,  as I learned from the Traveller's Guide to Driving Etiquette in India cows are sacred and you can get seven years in prison for running one over. This is an interactive map for tourists, where you can click on a country to find out the laws (and unwritten laws) of driving there.


Car Insurance

Most drivers assume they are automatically covered when driving in another country. In most cases you are only covered for basic Road Traffic Accident (RTA) insurance which means that anything else like vehicle theft won’t be included.  Other countries will require a green card for you to be able to drive in their jurisdiction so it’s important to do some research and make sure you have the proper documents.

Observing Driving Laws

There are some fundamental laws when travelling abroad that are pretty much the same across the board like don’t drink and drive and follow posted speed limits but there are also some other lesser known laws. For instance, in Spain there are some cities that designate which side of the road you can park on. Sometimes on certain days of the week you can only park on the side with houses that have even numbers. In France

Traffic Jams and Route Planning

We don’t like being stuck in traffic and home so why would we want to be stuck in them abroad? Careful planning is essential so you want to be mindful of the time of day and location in which you are travelling. Listen to traffic reports and do some research to make sure you don’t get caught in the middle of rush hour with no escape. There are a lot of route planners out there that are not just for finding jams in the road but also giving you an idea on the best routes to take so you can have an more enjoyable trip.
Saturday, May 9, 2015 | By: Marina

YOUR Tips For Saving At Kohl’s



When you are a discount shopper or a coupon queen there is nothing better than sharing your own smart shopping tips and advice so that others in the same boat can benefit from what you have learned. So to help you get the best possible savings from Kohl’s, we have compiled a list of all the best ways to save money that our readers have shared with us about shopping at the retail giant.

Watch Out For Sales And Promotions

Kohl’s offers anywhere from 60% to 80% off on merchandise from every department during their End Of Season and Holiday sales so be sure to keep an eye out for these. They also have Flash Promotions such as their Early Bird (7am – 1pm) and Night Owl (3pm – 11pm) Sales.

The ‘Lowest Prices of the Season’ sale takes place once a year and discounts vary according to retail changes and available stock but they are normally only advertised a day or so in advance so stay alert for them. If you combine this with a Kohl’s Free Shipping coupon from Discountrue you could get something you’ve been dreaming about while spending barely anything and never stepping foot out the house!

Shop During Kohl’s Cash Periods

Kohl’s offers shoppers the chance to earn Kohl’s Cash Vouchers every six to eight weeks. For every $50 you spend during these periods you will earn $10 in Kohl’s Cash; however Kohl’s Cash is only valid on the dates specified on the voucher so make sure you set a reminder and don’t miss out on any savings. When shopping with your Kohl’s Cash vouchers, stack them with current coupons, sales and promotions that Kohl’s is featuring and save big and check out the rebate section on their website in order to earn even more savings on popular purchase items.

Earn Kohl’s Cash On Kiosk Items

In order to qualify for Kohl’s Cash even when the item you want is not available in your size on the floor then go ahead and order the right sized item from the Kohl’s Kiosk, even though Kiosk purchases don’t qualify for Kohl’s Cash. You can use coupon codes if you want to but keep in mind that you’re going to be returning this item for your purchase price when it arrives. Now buy the wrong sized item along with your other purchases so that you earn as much Kohl’s Cash as possible. 

Kohl’s offers shoppers the chance to earn Kohl’s Cash Vouchers every six to eight weeks. For every $50 you spend during these periods you will earn $10 in Kohl’s Cash; however Kohl’s Cash is only valid on the dates specified on the voucher so make sure you set a reminder and don’t miss out on any savings. When shopping with your Kohl’s Cash vouchers, stack them with current coupons, sales and promotions that Kohl’s is featuring and save big and check out the rebate section on their website in order to earn even more savings on popular purchase items.

Earn Kohl’s Cash On Kiosk Items

In order to qualify for Kohl’s Cash even when the item you want is not available in your size on the floor then go ahead and order the right sized item from the Kohl’s Kiosk, even though Kiosk purchases don’t qualify for Kohl’s Cash. You can use coupon codes if you want to but keep in mind that you’re going to be returning this item for your purchase price when it arrives. Now buy the wrong sized item along with your other purchases so that you earn as much Kohl’s Cash as possible.

Once your item from the Kiosk has arrived take the incorrect item AND the correct item along with receipts to your nearest store. Now as crazy as it sounds you’re going to return the CORRECT item for your full refund, make sure you have the right credit or debit card for this to take place. Now request an EVEN EXCHANGE on the wrong item, NOT a refund. Because you’ve just returned the correct item, the store is guaranteed to have your size and an Even Exchange means your Kohl’s Cash balance won’t be affected.  

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