BIG NEWS - India approves $1billion highway project linking Bangladesh Bhutan and Nepal The new project has been given an official nod by India's Department of Economic Affairs with 50 percent funding from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) officials told IANS adding that the road project will cover West Bengal and Manipur on the Indian side as of now. "The mandate is for completing the project within the next two years" a senior official said. "The primary idea behind the…
Causes of Car Accidents https://www.hoffmannpersonalinjury.com/causes-of-car-accidents/ Car Accidents have a Common Factor: Road Conditions! Rain, Sleet, Snow, Ice and Fog are a factor in 1,511,200 Car Crashes with 629,300 injuries and 7,130 deaths. Bad Road Conditions affect visibility, braking distance, Steering and speed fluxuations and averages. Attorneys need to inquire into weather's impact on each car accident. The Hoffmann Law Firm, L.L.C. https://www.hoffmannpersonalinjury.com
A prankster this weekend hacked three portable electronic road signs belonging to the Texas Department of Transportation, and altered their message .Instead of the usual traffic warnings, such as “Lane Shift Ahead” or “Exit Closed”, the considerate hacker thought to let drivers know that “Donald Trump is a Shape Shifting Lizard”
Dr C Chandramouli, Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India Dr C Chandramouli, the Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India, has overseen one of the most dramatic improvements in the time taken for Census data to be published. An amendment to the Citizenship Act 1955 has now made him the Registrar General of Citizens
National Teen Driver Safety Week takes place October 16-22, 2016. This is good chance to talk about driving safety. 5 simple rules for your teen driver before they hit the road. Help them drive better: No cell phones No extra passengers No speeding No alcohol or drugs Buckle up Video by US Department of Transportation’s …
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'A fascinating 1946 Chevrolet motor home featured in the September 1989 issue of Motorhome Magazine. This vehicle was owner-built from a new chassis over a period of several years soon after WW1. It attracted so much attention on the road that vacation travel was hampered by all of the people gawking and asking questions.'