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Dashcams are a very handy way to keep a record of any driving incidents, and potentially save a hefty insurance excess. In an effort to make them even more useful, DashCam app Nexar plans to use advanced AI algorithms to recognise bad drivers, and warn other road users. It’s a lofty goal, but not without a few problems.
If you don’t travel very often, it can be pretty tempting to toss everything into a suitcase until nothing else fits (usually the night before you fly.) However, as any veteran backpacker will tell you, it’s definitely worth putting some time and effort into how you pack your luggage. This infographic from Work The World provides plenty of tried-and-trusted tips from the experts.
Smartphones, Wi-Fi and GPS have made travelling easier, but a physical travel guide is always a smart investment when trotting the globe. Both Lonely Planet and Fodor’s have been around for decades, but it’s time to decide which guidebook deserves that coveted space in your travel bag.