Would you rather? The car edition

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While chatting to some of the Irish Rugby team, we decided to play the all-time classic - Would You Rather? Ian Henderson, Devin Toner and Peter O’Mahony got involved with some hilarious answers.

Would you rather be stuck in traffic or have no traffic but there’s a screaming baby in the backseat?

See for yourself which one they chose.


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Has this reminded you that cleaning your car has been on your to do list for a while? We’re coming into spring soon so it’s the perfect time to get your car ready for some weekend road trips. Read up on our car organisation hacks to keep your car spick and span, especially when you’ve got the little ones taking over!

Clear out everything you don’t use on a regular basis and replace them with our top ten necessities for any occasions. You’ll be sorted from wet dog’s to last-minute impulsive shopping.

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