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Rowland Heights, California, US

Rowland Heights, California, US
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Ford Fiesta ST and Focus ST get official Mountune power upgrades (2013)

Tue, 16 Jul 2013

We’re big fans of the Ford Fiesta ST hot hatch at CAR, and its Focus ST big brother has won plenty of friends here too. Now, each is available with a slug of extra power for not too much money– and it won’t void your precious warranty. That’s what in-house Ford tuners Mountune are offering for the latest 2013 ST models.

BASF annual color trend report

Tue, 31 Jul 2012

Materials giant BASF has presented the findings of its annual color trend report, created by a team of designers scouting out global textile and furniture trade shows for information. And while some may think color trends are simply at the whim of designers, BASF's report identifies influences such as socio-political climate, interior design, architecture, technology and pop culture. 'Green luxury' is not an oxymoron The trend towards blues is continuing, while earthy tones and colors also reflect ecological awareness.

Support For Fuel Duty Pothole Plan

Fri, 12 Sep 2014

MORE than four in five people would support a plan in which money raised from fuel duty was used to repair potholed roads, research has found. Support is highest in eastern England, Wales and Yorkshire and Humberside, according to a survey by the Local Government Association (LGA). The LGA said the Treasury got £33 billion a year from fuel duty, while the Government was spending just under £2 billion a year on maintaining and improving roads over the next five years.