Tag Archive: cars

  1. The Best Ways to Deal with Road Rage

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    There seems to be something about operating a vehicle that can bring out the absolute worst in people.  At some point there is a very strong chance that you have encountered a form of road rage, even if you are just an innocent passenger caught … [read more]

  2. Driverless Vehicles 10 Years Away

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    Recent research from PA Consulting has indicated that despite a large amount of hype, autonomous vehicles are at least 10 years away from being widely used on UK roads. Whilst the information that they have uncovered indicates that autonomous technology itself is advancing our roads … [read more]

  3. Self Driving Cars Tested on UK Roads

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    We have previously written about the concept of autonomous vehicles and when we are expecting to see them on UK roads. Recently, it has been released that Nissan is testing their autonomous prototype vehicle called “Leaf” in London. Nissan plans to test all of their … [read more]

  4. Couriers and Transporting Dangerous Goods

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    Selecting the right courier is always important but it is even more crucial when it comes to the transportation of dangerous goods. When sending items that could be deemed as dangerous the quality of a couriering service should be assessed to ensure necessary precautions are … [read more]

  5. Sharing Our Road

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    The long-standing debate; who truly owns the roads? Is it motorists or cyclists? When mentioned, this quarrel leaves many at loggerheads but it isn’t unexpected. Bikers and motorists are divided on the roads itself and that plays a part in what fuels this fire… The … [read more]

  6. Top Gear Reboot

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    After fronting the show since 2002, late year Jeremy Clarkson was dropped by the BBC following the altercation with one of the shows producers. In wake of his axing just days later the show also saw the departure of his fellow hosts Richard Hammond and … [read more]

  7. OURA

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    London’s Clerkenwell Design Week is an annual home to some of the worlds most creative trailblazers. Therefore, getting noticed within such an event is an achievement in itself. Introducing Renault Oura, a wearable transportation concept that claimed the first place spot standing out against the strong runner-up … [read more]

  8. UK’s most wreck less drivers?

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      According to research from the Department For Transport the most hazardous driving on British roads occurs in the suburban area of Hillingdon, within the UB9 postcode alone a staggering 11% of motorists have at least one penalty point tainting their record becoming the worst … [read more]

  9. All about Waze

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    Wave goodbye to lacklustre commands and say hello the social persona of Waze. Comparable to its predecessors the navigation app Waze offers voice guided GPS integrated with turn-by-turn directions. But Waze’s  imprint within this market is certainly an impressionable one with the loyalty to monotone carried throughout countless navigational … [read more]

  10. The future of our roads?

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        Despite the fluctuating nature of time approximations, driverless cars finally depart from the realm of science fiction and encounter the roads. The buzz surrounding these cars came to an inert standstill but this was short lived with the appearance of one avant-garde pod devised by … [read more]

  11. The evolution of transport.

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    Predating all modes of transport we would have had to rely on our own two feet to get us by. Today we are met with countless news reports attempting encourage us all to use them a little more often. But, with a multitude of transport … [read more]