Tips for Planning Your Rest Stops on Your First Long Distance Drive

Passing your driving test opens up a whole world of freedom, not least because it allows you to make long trips for work or leisure without having to worry about public transport. There are lots of resources that can help you get to grips with driving (for instance the mock theory tests at toptests.co.uk) and understand how to drive safely and comfortably. Of course, what many of the resources available to learners don’t give advice on are the practicalities of actually making a long trip. Continue reading Tips for Planning Your Rest Stops on Your First Long Distance Drive

Becoming A Nomad Entrepreneur

Many people work on the road now, which may have once seemed far fetched. However, if you can do your job from home, it’s pretty likely that you can do it on the road as well. You just need to discipline and creativity to make it work. You also need some startup cash, because you don’t want to go bankrupt before you even hit the road. Continue reading Becoming A Nomad Entrepreneur

For Some Dual-Nationals, Visa-Free Travel No Longer Possible In The US

When it comes to traveling, things are about to get a bit harder for some dual-nationals. The United States has agreements with a plethora of countries to allow Visa-free travel. The majority of the countries that have Visa-free travel agreements with the United States are in Europe. But several other countries also had agreements with the US that streamlined the travel process for dual citizens. It seems like that time has come to an end. The United States is set on making travel rules stricter after several terror attacks, and dual-nationals from several countries, such as Iraq and Iran, will have to provide more documentation when traveling to and from the United States. Continue reading For Some Dual-Nationals, Visa-Free Travel No Longer Possible In The US