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Summer Trip in Your MINI

 Summer Trip in Your MINI

The following article contains a list of items that you should do before setting off on a road trip in your MINI car.

The most important thing would be to have your MINI inspected at an auto repair center so that you do not have any bad surprises such as getting stuck out in the middle of nowhere.

Check to see if you have everything necessary in the car, such as first aid kit, a basic tool kit, spare tire, jack, water, phone/tablet chargers, and some non-perishable granola bars (or something else of the sort).

Keep these items in your glove-box: a proof of insurance, registration, and other important documents. You should also have your owner’s manual and roadside assistance information with you when setting off on a road trip adventure.

Part of the adventure is stopping at random points and trying new restaurants and diners; however, if you will not be doing this, then make sure you pack a cooler of food. If you will, though, emergency granola bars will be plenty to bring with you in terms of food. Of course, if you are traveling with children, make sure to have sandwiches and snacks for them, and maybe some juice boxes. Pack some entertainment for them as well - otherwise they stand to be quite bored if they do not enjoy watching the drive.

I wish you a great and exciting road trip filled with wonderful memories!


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