Good Motoring Magazine
Good Motoring, the quarterly magazine for members of GEM Motoring Assist, offers a superb line-up of news, features and interviews. Attracting contributions from nationally-acclaimed journalists and industry experts, it offers a fresh, stimulating approach to a wide range of motoring, travel and leisure topics. It is also the showcase for GEM Motoring Assist's road safety charity projects.
Each edition contains a competition with a high-level prize, while its recently-expanded correspondence pages reflect the diverse opinions and eye-catching ideas of GEM Motoring Assist's members. Great care is taken to ensure its editorial content is original and offers real value for readers.
Here's a preview of the items featured in the Winter 2013 edition!
Risk-taking driver saved from disaster
It was weekend before Christmas, 2012. Travel agent and former Marine officer Sam Smith was enjoying a lunchtime pint with friends at the Fox and Hounds in Llancarfan, Vale of Glamorgan. Endless days of December rain had turned the village’s little river into a raging torrent. Local roads were awash and it was still raining hard. Next thing Sam knew he was leading a desperate rescue bid to save a woman whose car had been washed away by the rising floodwaters. Sam knew that any delay could cost the woman her life…
Something tasty's cooking in Padstow
Head for the famous Cornish foodie town and take part in the Christmas Festival, where you can meet some of the biggest culinary names from around the country. With food forums, demonstrations and head-to-head challenges, there is plenty to keep foodies entertained. Look out for tasty treats from more than 100 local producers and meet Santa and his reindeer in town. We took a look round ahead of Festival time – and loved what we saw…
Watch the video and win £200 Satnav
Here’s your chance to win a fabulous £200 Garmin Nuvi 2598 satnav, as tested on page 62 of this edition. Better still, we’ll get it to you in time for Christmas. All you have to do is watch the short video we made about PC Alan Hughes’ work at Heathrow Airport, and answer this question:
Q: What was the first item we saw being removed from the boot of the overloaded taxi?
Send your entry to email@example.com You MUST put Heathrow Competition in the subject line, otherwise your entry won’t be counted. Include your GEM membership number, too. We’ll pick the lucky winner at 5pm on Monday 9th December to give us time to ensure the prize arrives before Christmas.
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