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KYMCO Introduces at EICMA 2018 SuperNEX Electric Supersport Motorcycle

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A Revolutionary New Concept that Shapes the Electric Era of Supersport Motorcycles MILAN, ITALY – November 7, 2018 – At EICMA 2018 KYMCO announced the launch of KYMCO SuperNEX, a fusion of “supersport” and “electric” that delivers everything modern supersport riders dream of. SuperNEX side “While people have no doubt that the next era of […]

CAR REVIEW: 2018 Infiniti QX30 is a coupe, crossover and hatchback

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While taking a spin a few weeks ago in Los Angeles, I found the Infiniti QX30 was a crowd pleaser. My passengers loved the ride as I paid attention to the halting traffic while speeding up when passage allowed and basically having a great time driving what has been coined a cross between a coupe, […]

driving the Seventies performance hero that stole some of the limelight from Ford’s fastest

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Picture the scene. It’s the early 1970s, and Vauxhall is doing decent business, but its image is fusty and its new models, worthy though they are, can’t match the sex appeal of those of its arch-rival, Ford of Great Britain. The dowdy Viva HC competes against the curvaceous Mk1 Escort, while the slab-sided FE-Series looks […]

Toyota recalls 645,000 vehicles; air bags may not inflate

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DETROIT (AP) — Toyota is recalling about 645,000 vehicles worldwide to fix an electrical problem that could stop air bags from inflating in a crash. The recall covers certain Toyota Prius and Lexus RX and NX SUVs. Also covered are some Toyota Alphard, Vellfire, Sienta, Noah, Voxy, Esquire, Probox, Succeed, Corolla, Highlander, Levin and Hilux […]

The year ahead, in cars – exciting models arriving in 2019 

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This list is not exhaustive. There are hundreds, possibly thousands of new cars to come, ranging from small tweaks of existing models to whole new product lines and technical platforms. It would be impossible to include everything, so we won’t attempt to.  But there are some obvious highlights from the 2019 calendar. These are (almost) […]

ADLV Expects Marked Growth For Online Checks By Local Authority Fleets

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The ADLV (Association For Driving Licence Verification) is expecting a marked increase in Local Authority fleet demand for its online licence services, once the DVLA’s DLC (Driver Licence Check) service ends in December. Currently, the DLC is used to verify the licences of local authority fleet drivers and also to check the licences of local […]

AUTO REVIEW: Cooper Countryman is a standout

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ANALYSIS/OPINION: The Cooper has always been a standout and its one of the best choices in its class for a variety of reasons. Standing strong next to the competition like the Mazda CX-5 SUV, BMW X1 SUV, Volkswagen GTI or the Honda HR-V when behind the wheel of the Cooper you can be assured of […]

Hydrogen fuel cell trains to run on British railways from 2022

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Hydrogen-powered trains could run on British railways as early as 2022, as plans to introduce fuel cell technology to the network gather pace. French rail multinational Alstom and UK rolling stock operating company (ROSCO) Eversholt Rail Group have today unveiled the design for a new hydrogen fuel cell train for the UK market. Based on […]

Zylpha Signs With DocuSign

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Leading UK legal systems innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has signed a strategic partnership agreement with DocuSign. Under the terms of the agreement, Zylpha will offer DocuSign’s eSignature systems to Visualfiles and iManage users, alongside it’s widely acclaimed bundling technology. DocuSign allows legal documents to be signed with just a simple click anywhere, anytime from any web […]

Catholic university panned for ‘The Queer Self’ class: ‘What’s zir story?’

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A Wisconsin university affiliated with the Jesuit order is Catholic “only in name,” according to a student who cites the school’s expanding course offerings in gender and sexuality studies. Zachary Petrizzo, president of the Marquette University College Republicans, said courses like “Masculinities” and “The Queer Self” are a departure from the school’s Jesuit heritage. These […]