This video provides some useful tips for packing a car for a family vacation.
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Male Speaker: A big car, a roof box, a trailer, the dream scenario over someone whose holiday isn't complete without a kitchen sink. But not everybody finds packing a car so easy. According to new research from Holiday Autos over a quarter a family holiday get off to a bad start because of argument relating to the over packing of the higher car. So how would you get over this. Well, they have been working with the experts of headconcierge.com and found out that all you have to do is follow the rule of P.
23% of people say that they left items at the airport because they can't fit them in the higher car. So the antidote to this is the plan to paraphrase the rolling stones you can't always take what you want, but you can take what you need. So remember to make wise words get out a pen and paper and make a list of all must haves.
The value of the soft holder should not be under estimated they are easy to squsih in the boot and not as heavy to lift compared to hard cases or roll along. Remember if you are putting something heavy in a bag it should be on the bottom to avoid crushing anything fragile. Make sure you fill all of the gaps, for example you can squeeze in your extra bits and pieces even your inflatables just make sure that you take all the air out.
Stat show that man pack more stuff than women, so boys just bring the essentials. Buggies need to be easy to reach, so when you get to your destination your kids won't start screaming blue murder, however if you pack too high you won't be able to see out of the back and also if you have to break hard it could become a dangerous missile. The answer is to avoid packing above the line of the headrest. These days all cars are blessed with sneaky little pockets and pouches and instead of using them as a place to store half eaten sweets and leaky bar be a bit more imaginative. Also kids need less leg rooms, so pack things on to the rear of the front seat to maximize space and then you are ready to go.
So if you are about to hit the roads for your holiday remember what you mother use to say before you take a trip in the car make sure you P.