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Driving as a Learner Driver

15th June 2012
It is really exciting the first time you put L plates on a car, and, accompanied by a friend, parent or other relative, take to the road as a driver for the first time. But it can also be a bit nerve racking, and it's not helped by the attitude of other d... Read >
Author: Trish Haill

Side Alert proximity sensor warning system takes market by storm

22nd March 2012
An innovative new proximity sensor warning system, which stops vehicles from hitting cyclists and pedestrians, is becoming widely popular throughout the UK. The high demand for Vision Techniques’ new Side Alert proximity sensor system follows Crossrail... Read >
Author: visiontechniques

Safety Accessories for Winter Dog Walking

20th March 2012
Winter is a hazardous time for dog walkers. Dark mornings, early dusks and often gloomy, misty or foggy daylight hours put dog walkers at greater risk of being run into, or run over, by other pedestrians, cyclists and motor vehicles. However, for many dog... Read >
Author: Laura

Forklift pre operational checks

07th March 2012
Before you drive the forklift you must test it to make sure it is safe and sound to use, the forklift can be a dodgy machine if it is faulty or if the operator does not fully understand how to use it. Understand the operators manual and manufacturer's ha... Read >
Author: TARKITIM

New Game Apps for eAssist Teach Fun and Environmental Awareness

14th February 2012
Apps have quickly become the next big thing in electronics since they were created a few years ago. Just last year Apple sold more than one hundred million iPhone and iPad apps. And studies are showing that the same customers who are growing more and more... Read >
Author: jmharmon

Tourist Guide to Zurich

11th January 2012
Zurich is famously known as one of the largest financial centers in the world. Located in central Switzerland, the city offers a balanced mix of arts, culture, and history, amidst a backdrop of panoramic beauty, which makes it one of the top tourism desti... Read >
Author: John McMalcolm

LED Streetlight Retrofit Installation

23rd October 2011
They also last longer, which translates into even higher financial savings in the long term.A a lot more altruistic cause that accompanies the economic motive is to reduce carbon emissions. As world wide warming has become a worry, additional neighborhood... Read >
Author: WardKramer

What to See and Do in Sydney Australia

10th October 2011
With a population of approximately 4.5 million, Sydney is Australia’s most populated city as well as the largest, covering about 4,689 square miles. In 2008, it’s estimated that 2.7 million international visitors came to the city. Ranked as on... Read >
Author: John McMalcolm

What You Need To Know About Fatism as Discrimination

05th October 2011
Fatism is a kind of discrimination according to an individual’s weight. Fatist people are those who decline overweight people and most of the time denies them of equal rights and opportunities mainly because they are heavier than others. When an individua... Read >
Author: Jester Maru

Why wheel clamping an effective method for parking enforcement

09th September 2011
Whenever you park your car or truck it's important to be aware that parking your own car within unauthorized space regardless on public or private land can bring about frustration and can also be a risky hazard to other motorists as well as pedestrians. W... Read >
Author: Carol Baker

ESSENTIAL SCHOOL SAFETY SIGNS

17th March 2011
School is an institution that not only moulds the future generations, but it is also a place where our potential leaders pick up the best of values and principles. It is a place that keeps them safe and away from trouble. A school is completely responsibl... Read >
Author: Engraving

Traffic Surveys

02nd December 2010
Traffic surveys can provide companies and local authorities with important social and cultural data. These types of surveys can be used to track movement of traffic, cyclists and pedestrians. They can provide valuable evidence relating to the positives an... Read >
Author: Henry James

Overcome Fear of Driving Without Delay

08th April 2010
Many people have strong fear for driving and therefore refuse to take up such challenge. This implies the only alternative left for you is either public transport or some private transport of a kind. In fact, the fear of driving cuts across the sexes e... Read >
Author: Ricky K Lim

How to Safely Change Lanes

29th March 2010
to process information, which in turn makes it a little more difficult. There are important defensive driving procedures you must do, before making a lane change. Look ahead and plan ahead. If you plan well in advance, the maneuver becomes a lot easie... Read >
Author: Rex Haney

Pedestrian Injury Accidents and a Motorist Duty of Care

05th March 2010
Duty of Care Owed to Pedestrians It seems fairly obvious that a driver has a duty to use care toward pedestrians in California, as well as every other state. A pedestrian also has a duty of care towards automobiles but an operator of a motor vehicle has ... Read >
Author: Jason Lundberg
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