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Defensive and Efficient Driving: a Roadtripper?s Key to Road Zen

on July 25th, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

Defensive and fuel efficient driving are the ultimate keys to road safety and the optimum operation of your car’s system for a long time. By being a defensive and fuel efficient driver, you’ll also add up more on savings from frequent gas ups. Follow these simple and easy steps to…

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Ways to Protect Yourself on the Road This Winter

on July 24th, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

Winter weather usually equates to wet and slippery roads – whether it’s due to rain, snow, or ice. With slick road conditions, driving is inevitably more dangerous during the winter months. However, there are ways to practice extra caution while driving on the roads this winter. To begin it’s always…

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School Drops Speed Limit To Decrease Road Accidents

on July 23rd, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

In Scotland, the introduction of 20mph zones has halved the number road accidents in scores of residential regions across the Capital, according to the city council. Accidents around lower schools within the city have also declined by nearly a third since the 20mph speed limit was introduced. The reduction in…

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Fewer Road Accidents Means Less Personal Injuries

on July 23rd, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

It has been revealed that the number of motorists how have been killed or received personal injuries on Britain’s roads are continuing to fall. New statistics displayed that there was a 14% drop in the number of fatalities in road accidents during 2008. This has beaten the 2007 dip in…

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A Prototype of an Electric vehiclec equipped with Ultrasonic obstacle detctor and alcohol sensor powered by self generation to control road accidents

on July 22nd, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

The Future of Automobile industries trust to bring a safer mean of transportation system with excellent infrastructure to control and reduce road accidents.  Some of basic road safety infrastructure implemented in vehicles provides an efficient vehicle models that could prevent most accidents but the reason behind those system not being…

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A Brief History Of Road Signs

on July 20th, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

In 1958 the first section of motorway in the UK, the Preston bypass – now part of the M6 was opened. This was quickly surpassed by the opening of the M1 in the following year. The road signs we currently use across the UK were designed for these roads and…

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Stay Safe on the Road

on July 19th, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

We all need to take care as we travel on the roads – whether in the car, on foot or by bike – but children are particularly vulnerable. Walking Every year about 1,600 children aged 11 or under are killed or seriously injured on Britain’s roads. Many of these accidents…

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Tiredness Causes 1/5 of All Road Accidents

on July 18th, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

Driver tiredness accounts for around one fifth of accidents on major roads, and is responsible for around 300 deaths per year on the UK’s roads. The road safety website Think! has recently launched a campaign to try to combat the issue of car accidents due to driver tiredness. The campaign…

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The UK Stats for Total Road Traffic Accidents in 2008

on July 18th, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

Among the countries of the European Union, UK is one country that is believed to have the safest road safety. In spite of this, UK is also the country that encounters many accidents on daily basis. The number of accidents in UK is relatively more as compared to other countries…

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Road Saftey Tips for Drivers

on July 17th, 2010 in Car Buying Tips by | No Comments

Are you a responsible driver? About a million people all over the world die of road accidents every year. Follow these essential road safety tips for your own sake and others. 1. Belt yourself – whether you are on the front seat or back, you are still at risk. –…

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