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2x White Daytime Running Light Drl Led 3157 3757 4157 Epistar 54-3014 Smd Bulbs on 2040-parts.com

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Pomona, California, United States

Pomona, California, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:3057A, 3157A, 3357A, 3457A, 4157NA Voltage & Wattage:DC 12V System Only Interchange Part Number:3157, 3157, 3057, 3357, 3457, 4057, 4157 Applications:Daytime Running Light Surface Finish:For Standard 3157 Base Only(NO CK SRCK Type) Color:6000K White Warranty:Yes LED Type:Epistar 54-3014 LED SMD Brand:CCIYU UPC:Does not apply

'Rat run' short cuts make journeys slower

Tue, 03 Jun 2014

DRIVERS taking "rat-run" short cuts could actually be making their journeys slower, according to a survey. Congestion at the busiest times on local roads is twice as bad as on main highways, the poll from traffic information company TomTom found. It also revealed that traffic congestion in cities across the UK has got significantly worse over the past year.

Aston Martin puts on a show for the Lord Mayor

Mon, 11 Nov 2013

Aston Martin puts on a show for the Lord Mayor The weather on Saturday was wet and miserable, but that didn’t stop the annual Lord Mayor’s Show in London going ahead, complete with a selection of Aston Martin’s finest. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});The Lord Mayor’s Show happens on the second Saturday in November every year, and has for 477 years followed the same route  - even throughout World Wars – as the City of London celebrates the inauguration of a new Lord Mayor. This year Aston Martin was asked to take part by the The Worshipful Company of Coachmakers and Coach Harness Makers of London – an apt invite for Aston’s centenary year – and Aston Martin responded with a decent turnout of models.

£1,000 reward to shop drink drivers

Tue, 03 Dec 2013

CASH REWARDS of up to £1,000 are being offered to Christmas and New Year revellers who report drink-drivers to the police. Derbyshire Constabulary and West Midlands Police are promoting the rewards to help catch drivers who are over the alcohol limit or under the influence of drugs. Running until New Year's Day, the scheme will see posters placed in pubs and clubs urging drinkers to report those flouting the law to the Crimestoppers hotline.