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2014-12-18 23:04:40

US Fleet Tracking discusses how to save money on a common monthly fleet expense; showing once again how GPS tracking, in most cases, pays for itself. Oklahoma

2014-12-17 23:01:51

How hazardous is texting while driving? Very, says eReflect, and illustrates this point by sharing a video by the US National Highway Traffic Safety administration. New

2014-12-17 16:20:28

Protecting the safety of Canadians at federally-regulated grade crossings OTTAWA, Dec.

2014-12-17 12:21:18

Bill Kay Buick GMC offers detailed comparison pages CHICAGO, Dec.

2014-12-17 08:20:24

Unauthorized Tows Lead to Exorbitant Charges LOS ANGELES, Dec.

2014-12-16 00:20:06

Busy year-end holidays will be marked by more travelers than ever on record ORLANDO, Fla., Dec.

2014-12-15 12:20:33

New Ford and Chevy models available at Pete Harkness ideal for commercial settings STERLING, Ill., Dec.

2014-12-15 08:34:46

Uber integration delivers first door-to-door long-distance ridesharing platform at affordable rates MUNICH, Germany and PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The No.

2014-12-15 08:21:29

INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Allison Transmission Holdings Inc.

2014-12-15 08:20:50

New models available now at Amherst-area Toyota dealership AMHERST, Nova Scotia, Dec.


Latest Road transport Reference Libraries

Pellandine Steam Cat, National Motor Museum at Birdwood, South Australia
2014-02-01 07:49:27

Pellandini Cars Ltd was a South Australian kit car manufacturer founded in 1970 by Peter Pellandine. It was located at Cherry Gardens, South Australia. Other projects included the development of a steam powered car. He closed the company in 1978. In 1979, Pellandine moved to Thetford, Norfolk, England where he started Pelland Engineering, which also manufactured kit cars. Pellandine’s design was sold to Ryder Cars in 1980. The company was then sold to Graham Autos, but very few cars...

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2010-11-15 19:40:35

Traffic cones, which also have many other names, are cone shaped markers used primarily to redirect traffic in a safe manner. They are used to create separation or merge lanes during construction although more permanent markers are used if the diversion is to stay in place for a long period of time. Charles P. Rudebaker invented the traffic cone in 1914. His version was made of concrete although now the cones are usually made of a brightly-colored thermoplastic or rubber. The cones are...

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Word of the Day
ecotone
  • A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.
The word 'ecotone' comes 'eco-' plus a Greek root meaning 'tension'.