Formula for the perfect road trip with the kids
Y= M ((C1)3 + (C2)2 + C3)
100(1+ 2B + 3A)
Devised by a well travelled management consultant with two sets of
twins, the formula, created by educational toy maker LeapFrog combines key travel factors, personal experience and expertise to equate the following:
Y = the perfect road trip this summer
M = the total miles to be driven
C1 = the total number of children aged 0-3
C2= the total number of children aged 4-6
C3= the total number of children aged 7-11
B = the number of planned breaks, over and above the RAC recommended amount
A = the number of planned activities
The different journey values can be found below, opening the eyes of parents across the UK to the types of journeys many will face.
Should have stayed at home
A bumpy ride
20 - 30
Are we there yet?
6 - 20
3 - 6
We're all going on a summer holiday....
0 - 3
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