Good ol’ mothers, where would we be without them? We may not always see eye to eye with them but there’s no denying that these super females make our lives a million times better. Show mum the love and appreciation she deserves with one of these thoughtful presents for effortless car journeys
Help mom protect her precious peepers from the sun’s harmful rays with a pair of stylish new shades. Splurge a little more on a polarised pair as these lenses work better to block glare from light reflecting off roads and other cars.
Perfect for the social butterfly, your mom will be blown away by the capability to now make hands-free calls while driving. No more awkward apologies to the traffic cops or almost-accidents. The options are endless, and quality varies, so be sure to do some online research before you spend your money.
You can’t go wrong with a nice-smelling hand cream for mom to store in her cubbyhole and whip out whenever her hands need a little pick-me-up. Opt for a lavender, lemon or peppermint scent to boost her mood on the go.
We know it’s important to stay hydrated throughout the day and if mom spends a large portion of her day behind the wheel, gifting her with a water bottle makes total sense. However, non-recyclable plastic water bottles can be harmful to both the environment and the body, so be sure to pick up a stainless steel or biodegradable, BPA-free alternative.
Nothing says ‘I love you’ more than taking time out of your busy schedule to create a considerate, customised gift. CD’s may be a thing of the past, but chances are, your mom still listens to them and putting all her beloved classics on one disc will save her a lot of trouble.
Considering mom drives around in her car so often, we bet she prides herself on keeping it nice and clean. Surprise her by taking her car to a professional cleaner and ask for the full-Monty, everything from tyre scrubbing to paint polishing.
From snazzy shades to a deep-cleanse for her car, it’s easy to spoil your mom and make her feel treasured this Mother’s Day. It’s the least you can do for the gift of life she gave you.