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Stainless Ct26 Turbo/turbocharger Manifold Exhaust 93 Celica Gts 95-99 Mr2 3sgte on 2040-parts.com

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Call for stronger penalties for texting drivers

Tue, 17 Sep 2013

DRIVERS convicted of causing death by dangerous driving should be given stronger and more consistent penalties, according to road safety charity the Institute of Advanced Motorists has said. An IAM analysis of eleven recent prosecutions involving mobile and smartphone use revealed that the average sentence for causing death by dangerous driving is four-and-a-half years in prison and a disqualification from driving for seven years. In all of the cases analysed, the convicted drivers were found to have lost their concentration due to using their mobile phone.

Video captures Bruce Meyer's 200-mph run at Bonneville

Tue, 23 Oct 2012

Californian Bruce Meyer is really into collecting cars, particularly hot rods. But Meyer is not content to just let his cars sit--he wants to drive. One of his latest efforts was taking a modified 1932 Ford roadster to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah in a bid to break the 200-mph mark.

Use screenwash – or risk Legionnaires’ Disease

Mon, 14 Jun 2010

Adding Screenwash stops Legionella bacterium To be entirely┬átruthful, the risk isn’t huge. There are probably less than 500 cases a year of Legionnaires’ Disease in the UK, but new research points to a likely cause for an unpleasant infection for which the source of infection often goes undiscovered. The Health Protection Agency has been checking out findings that professional drivers were the group mostly at risk – five times more likely to contract Legionnaires’ disease – and have been looking at why.