AND THE MAGIC OF PRINT
I currently have a digital subscription to CAR magazine. I look forward to reading it and usually do so the day I receive it. The rest of the month, I keep going over the articles, reviews and technical info while enjoying a cup of tea.
However, I think you cannot beat a good old printed copy. Usually when the nances allow it, I subscribe to the printed version. There is just something about having the magazine in your hands. You can take your time with it and not worry about your battery on the mobile device going at.
So, on my trip to the shop, I went to pick up a copy to browse through it. To my disappointment, the magazines were sealed and, an even bigger disappointment, they were being sold with free trump cards: “Icons of Motorsport” and “Hot Hatches”. If only I had a printed subscription instead of the digital. I could buy the magazine, but then I would get into trouble with the boss. DEES PILLAY Newlands West