Driving in the dark

Scientists have conducted tests that show that driving for just a few hours at night has the same effect as driving when drunk. Most motorists cannot avoid driving in the evening or when dark because when daylight savings time comes, almost everyone experiences less light in driving conditions. Most accidents that occur at night are due to tiredness and sleepiness with as many as one in three admitting to nodding ...

gices - 27 Jul 2011
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Motorcycle test

To be eligible to ride a bike, you have to be 16 years old, but over 17 to ride a motorcycle of an engine capacity of more than 50cc. You also have to have some compulsory basic training (CBT) to validate your provisional driving licence. This will also determine the type of bike that you are legally allowed to drive. Lessons should be taken at an approved instructor's and can last for around two weeks depending on h...

gices - 25 Jul 2011
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Building links to your backlinks to stay ahead of competition

Everyone knows that link popularity plays an important role in SEO and the number of high quality links to your website determines your ranking positions in the search engines. For those people not familiar with the term backlink, it is just a link to your site which is placed on another website. Over the years, I’m sure you have built a lot of backlinks to help promoting your website and you must still be doing tha...

gices - 23 Jul 2011
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Google Panda Update – How to avoid getting penalised?

In an attempt to weed out shallow and low quality content from its search results, Google made a change to its algorithm at the beginning of 2011 which is now called the Google Panda Update or Google Farmer Update.Release dates for Google PandaPanda Update 2.4 (international, all languages affected) - August 12, 2011 (about 3 weeks later)Panda Update 2.3 - July 23, 2011 (about 5 weeks later)Panda Update 2.2 - June 16...

gices - 21 Jul 2011
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Stop working so much and start living your life!

Stop working so much and start living your life!

From a young age, we've been accustomed to the concept of a future, a day called tomorrow, which will happen at a later time in your life and this has been unfortunately, the biggest hurdle in our path to happiness. Believing in tomorrow means you can sacrifice today in the hope that tomorrow will bring you more success. As much as this is true, it is however not the way to live. It is important to have a balanc...

gices - 19 Jul 2011
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Driving licence renewal

A new driving licence format is now available throughout the European Union namely in the form of a photocard. The DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) is replacing all ancient paper licences with the new photocard that bears the signature and photograph of the driver. The advantages of the photocard are: the card is more secure thus reducing misinterpretation chances qualifies the holder of a provisional dri...

gices - 02 Jul 2011
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Sound systems for cars

Almost everyone in the United States has an upgraded sound system in their cars so it was only a matter of time until the UK followed the same trend. It’s a misconception that only boy racers and the younger generation have pimped up sound systems as there are many adults that also enjoy listening to music on good quality audio. Sound systems for the car may seem like an unusual and expensive luxury but ...

gices - 25 Jun 2011
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Parent and child parking bays

There seems to be much confusion on parent and child parking spaces, like are there any laws, rules and can fines be issued? Here are some of the most frequently asked questions surrounding parent and child parking. Are there any laws on parent and child parking spaces? At the moment there are none as such, parent and child parking rules vary depending on where they are. For example on private land owned by a su...

gices - 20 Jun 2011
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Finance and repossessed car crime

With more and more people unable to keep up with the costs of running a car, they are forced to sell it on and use other modes of transport or sell it to buy a cheaper car to run. Along with soaring fuel prices, annual increases on car insurance and even road tax increments, it’s easy to see how so many people have to abandon their beloved cars. * Outstanding finance on a car may result in repossession*...

gices - 13 Jun 2011
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Painted alloy wheels

Alloy wheels have been in the top 5 when it comes to modifying and tuning cars so it was only a matter of time until they got more exciting and unique. Unless you have a lot of money to spend on alloy wheels, you are sure to find someone else with the same ones you have. The latest trend in car tuning and styling at the moment is painted alloy wheels. Just like the name suggests painted alloy wheels have a little ...

gices - 06 Jun 2011
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