You may have promised yourself to keep your car a sacred "Dad place". It's your space, isn't it? You bought it and you are the driver, so what you say goes, right? Reality is, though, a child-friendly car is a happy car, so there's no harm in making a few adjustments and letting a few kid-appeasing items creep in to keep the hitting, moaning and cries of "Are we nearly there yet?" to a minimum. Here are some easy fixes for a happier motoring experience.
10 tips to make your car child-friendly
26 Sep 2011 Features
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