The rumors are true: there will be no babes at the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show, scheduled to start on April 20. No babes at all. Nothing. The sad news was confirmed on Wednesday by the state-owned ChinaDaily newspaper, citing an “announcement” by the show’s organizers sent to all exhibitors.
Getting driving lessons and taking the necessary tests for a driving licence can be expensive, but since driving is considered a rite of passage among many, young learner drivers and their parents do their best to pay the necessary fees. The average expense for lessons and tests total around £1,300 if a learner passes the tests at first try.
This amount is broken down into lessons that cost between £20 and £25 an hour, with 46 hours of training and an additional of 22 hours of private practice. For some, this amount of experience is enough, while others would need a little more time behind the wheel to successfully pass their driving tests.
Driving is a skill that you need to learn, as it will be helpful in making your life better. As soon as you get your driver’s license, you will be on your own on the road. It is crucial to stay safe while driving so that you won’t get into any accidents. Road accidents are one of the leading causes of death. By being safe, you will be protecting yourself and other people from the dangers of driving. As a new driver, here are the things that you must look out for in order to stay safe on the roads.
You’ve done the deal and got the car of your dreams (or at least the means of getting you from A to B!). Before you get driving there are a few things you’ll need to do.
1. If you’ve bought the car through an accredited dealership such as Ford approved JenningsFordDirect, the dealership will provide you with the relevant paperwork and details of any warranties available or included.
2. Fill in the V5C registration document and send it off to the DVLA. You’ll keep the ‘new keeper’ section of the document.
Hello Readers, we are in the great city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province for business and beer, so we are a bit low on news until Monday. But we have other! Guangzhou is the Chinese Capital of Toys and thus a true paradise with toy markets all over the place. We went to a many and found a few very interesting alternative-Lego sets, including this brilliant ‘Terrorists Air Car’ which I bough for eight yuan or 1.3 US dollar. Back in the hotel I built it:
‘Where dreams are driven’ is how the makers of Forza Motorsport 5 describe their latest game, and with Forza’s great track record you wouldn’t want to bet against it. Exclusive to Xbox One, the game gives you the chance to drive some of the world’s fastest cars around great tracks on a truly cinematic automotive journey – but choosing which one of the cars will be your favorite could be difficult as the options include the McLaren P1, Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, Pagani Huayra and the Chevrolet #1 Andretti Autosport Dallara DW12.
This is the Ping An Finance Center, currently under construction (here) in Futian District in the great city of Shenzhen in Guangdong Province in China. Construction started in 2010 and will be completed in 2016. The building will be 660 meter high with 115 floors above ground and five below, making it the second tallest building in the world after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
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A team of six brilliant brick builders working for famous Chinese toymaker Sluban has created a masterpiece. This is the 9.02 meter long ‘Liaoning’, a giant model of the Chinese navy aircraft carrier with the same name. The builders used 440.000 bricks and the job took 180 days.
An 80-year old man from the great city of Qingdao in Shandong Province in China has created a mini aircraft carrier from scratch, by hand. The ship is modeled after the Liaoning, China’s first aircraft carrier. Mr. Wen Yu worked over a year on his masterpiece, and there is a lot more to be done.