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Does anyone remember the Citroen DS with its steerable main beams? IIRC the left hand lamp swung to the same angle as the right wheel and vice versa which made them look a bit odd if parked with the front wheels turned away from the straight ahead.
- Tue Mar 20, 2018 7:36 pm
- Forum: Learner Driving
- Topic: Satnav and driving test
- Replies: 10
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There’s nothing wrong with my hearing but I never use the voice prompts on my satnav. I have other things I would rather listen to and I found the constant interruptions irritating. I just glance at it whenever I want an update on where the next turn is.
Waldegrave Road in Twickenham has parking spaces marked partially on the road and partially on the pavement, presumably in an attempt to allow parking while leaving enough room for today’s ever wider vehicles to flow freely. One could argue that the pavements could be made narrower but paint is chea...
There used to be multiple images of a plane taking off from Heathrow showing the way the image we see is made up of images tiled together. The plane could be seen leaving the runway, heading west, then turning south.
Not the first time they have shown up on the satellite view. It used to be possible to spot the Battle of Britain Lancaster near Grantham before the images were updated.
All these short slip roads and traffic lights on 70mph roads indicate that drivers need to be prepared to brake quite firmly in order to reduce speed more rapidly than you would normally prefer to do. Three stage braking is still the order of the day but stage 2 is going to require close to maximum ...