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- Mon Sep 23, 2019 7:37 pm
- Forum: Advanced Driving - Bikes
- Topic: A few more videos
- Replies: 137
- Views: 53371
Personally, I’d suggest that your intro is about 20 seconds too long and could be shortened to about 4-6 seconds. Most of the info is already included in titles etc so I know what I’m watching before it starts. It becomes even more noticeable when watching two videos back to back. Maybe that’s just ...
- Fri Nov 09, 2018 11:08 am
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: Highway Code - new road signs to learn!
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1416
Ahh excellent...you might remember I posted this: http://www.advanceddrivinghub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=653&p=16079&hilit=florence#p16079 I wonder if it's the same artist? Looks like it could well be: Work by Clet Abraham, who lives in Florence, has been seen on the streets of cit...
vanman wrote:Would love to see the NCAP tests, any Ncap test offset or straight on, would probably look like a ten year olds bedroom, IF you could get them off their Ipods.
Can't remember whether this was posted before... Probably not quite as spectacular as a 1:1 model though
If you are in control of the car, then you can be considered to be 'driving' - whether that is logical or not is another matter... when you consider that someone was prosecuted for drink-driving in Scotland when they were sleeping in their camper van in a layby before catching a ferry - they had a ...
Currently using Philips Xtreme +150 and +130, and H4 LED replacements without any "complaints" (so far). Last time I looked, those H4 LED types weren't ECE approved. Has that changed? I see you can buy the Philips Ultinon ones direct from Amazon UK now but at the bottom there's still a le...
- Tue Mar 20, 2018 2:56 pm
- Forum: In The News
- Topic: Pedestrian killed by self driving car.
- Replies: 58
- Views: 28975
Ricardo have recently released a white paper on connected and autonomous vehicles for those interested: https://automotive.ricardo.com/electrification/connected-and-autonomous-vehicles-white-paper We are at the beginning of a truly massive paradigm shift in mobility and transport – are you ready? Wi...
The junction in question seems plain daft to me with a 70 limit. I've been using it since the lights were introduced (many moons ago) and never feel really comfortble with it; especially as traffic going East/West may have been travelling for some considerable time at higher speeds. The junction wi...
- Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:12 am
- Forum: Advanced Driving - Cars
- Topic: Driving instructors and learners - do they drive like each other?
- Replies: 127
- Views: 41141
Does anyone know how manufacturers decide the 'change' (up or down) revs? It’s purely based on achieving the best fuel consumption over the legislative drive cycle (i.e NEDC, urban/extra-urban). It’s a bit of a loophole. If you don’t have gear shift indicators, the legislation dictates where the ge...