Travel Insurance Explained

Before setting off on any trip away, some of us create a holiday checklist; valid passport, tickets, airport parking, foreign currency and of course, travel insurance.

Travel insurance is not compulsory when you are travelling and it can be a bit of a minefield to purchase. However, it is designed to cover and protect you and your loved ones…

By Sarah Anglim at 27 Jun 2017

Best Sat Nav Apps

More and more people are using their smartphones for navigation these days and although new cars are coming equipped with factory fitted navigation and standalone sat nav devices are still widely available, there are many accessible smartphone apps which can help enhance your sense of direction.

So, if you are looking to make your journey to t…

By Sarah Anglim at 13 Jun 2017

Choosing Top Suitcase Brand

Here at I Love meet and greet, we have lifted many thousand cases for our travelling customers; out of car boots, on and off trolleys and we have even helped a few customers pack their luggage into their cars. The one fact which remains true for all our customers is that your choice of luggage is highly personal – whether you buy the latest trend…

By Sarah Anglim at 29 May 2017

Best Family Holidays

Whatever the age of your child, holidays are a chance to experience all kinds of exciting and interesting things and to spend some family time together. Here at I Love meet and greet we are busy with customers booking their family holiday airport parking for the summer and we thought we would take a quick look at where our customers are travelling to over the next couple of months. Check out ou…

By Sarah Anglim at 15 May 2017

Solo Travelling

Solo travel is certainly more popular than ever and here at I Love meet and greet we are seeing a huge increase in the number of our customers opting for travelling on their own.  Our customers have said that although the thought of travelling on their own was slightly daunting to start with, if you research holidaying on your own, solo travel is a life changing …

By Sarah Anglim at 7 May 2017

Tougher Penalties Using Phones Driving

It has been illegal to touch a mobile phone, even with a hands-free set, while driving since December 2003 but even harsher penalties, for motorists caught using a mobile phone, while behind the wheel, were introduced by the Department for Transport last month, in a bid to reduce accidents and improve road safety. Drivers now face double the punishment if they are caught even touching their mob…

By Sarah Anglim at 18 Apr 2017

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