If you are going to be on the road for a long period, it makes perfect sense to have your most essential items right alongside you!
Start with thinking about what you use on a day to day basis, such as:
• Phone chargers
• Credit / debit cards
• Personal documentation / ID
Then start thinking about the top things that you will need if you were out for a period of time, such as:
• Hair brush
• Mini toothpaste and toothbrush
• Facial / body wipes
• Emergency contact details
• Notepad and pen
• Personal toiletries
Keep your absolute essential items in a separate bag / compartment so that they can be found quickly and conveniently when needed!
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But some countries have some very, let’s say different rules for motorists to abide by.
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