Top Tips

August 2008
Travel Weekly Australia;8/8/2008, Issue 94, p21
Trade Publication
The article offers tips for travelers who are looking for self drive travel services. A climate friendly car is offered to reduce carbon footprints. The author suggested to visit places where clients can limit their carbon consumption. For domestic travels, carbon offset is provided that allows to calculate carbon emissions of driving while away.


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