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Celebrities who are enjoying with Bugatti Veyron

September 17, 2010 in Men and cars by admin

Bugatti is supreme racing car from near the beginning days of automobile production. It was developed by Volkswagen in Alsace, France. It takes a glance of everyone not only for its modest types.� It is also for the framework was made up of golden plate, merged with copper thread keen on the carbon fiber.

Bugatti-Veyron

Specifications: Veyron was developed by W16 alloy engine. The car has multiple features decorated with gold trimmings on its body part, together with the side mirror, front frame surround, alloy wheels, fuel stuffing cap and arm mirrors. The external length, width, height is 174.2, 77.9, 47 respectively and top velocity is 407 (km/h).

Safety measures: The car’s wellbeing structured made with single-piece of carbon-fiber monocoque to handle car crash. The safety enhancement in Veyron 16.4�s brakes brings the automobile to a stop from 250 mph in less than 10 seconds.

People with the intention of fabricate a smaller Veyron can pay money for a few LEGO Technic kits who have the LEGO-building skills. The price of the car is $1,210,000 (estimated).

Celebrities who are enjoying with Bugatti Veyron:

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Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise is an American actor and film maker. In 2006 Forbes magazine grade him as the world’s most potential celeb.

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Christopher Maurice Brown

Christopher Maurice Brown (born May 5, 1989) is an American R&B singer-songwriter, dancer, music video director, and actor.

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Simon cowell - American Idol judge.

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Taysha S Valez "de Ames"

Taysha S Valez “de Ames”; North American Born NY,NY. At twenty-eight she is founder of newly formed TRI-myTAY~Telecom Inc.(IBC) aka myTAY. Known as the (very private) princess of pricey because of her world record breaking prices on fashion, literature, and beauty products.

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Dwayne Michael Carter

Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. (born September 27, 1982 in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States), better known by his stage name Lil Wayne, is an American rapper. He met the Cash Money Records collective as a teenager and eventually recorded for the label. He was a member of the rap group, Hot Boys.

Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson is an English newscaster and journalist who specialize in motoring. Clarkson commented “It was a car that just rewrote the rule book really, an amazing piece of engineering, and a genuine Concorde moment”.

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How to prevent your car from stealing?

May 15, 2010 in Men and cars by admin

Car theft has become a major issue among people who are buying new cars and those who seldom cared about car theft, and feel after their car is gone out of hands. Consider few things before you would see your dream car for the last time.

1. Never leave keys inside the car. Take them with you whenever you are moving out.

2. Check if you locked your car

3. Park your car in an open space which is well lighted

4. Keep the windows rolled up even if your car stands near your home.

5. Buy a proper visible mechanical locking device to lock the steering wheel and/or an auto theft alarm system.

6. Never leave your car running even if you will be gone for a minute.

7. If you have a Garage, use it. Lock the car and the Garage after parking.

8. Disconnect either the battery or the coil wire from the distributor cap if you have to leave your car unattended for an extended period of time. Car thieves will often not have the time or the desire to diagnose why the car won’t start.

9. Etch the vehicle identification number (VIN) onto the doors and major parts of your car with an electric engraver for extra protection. This helps to discourage professional car thieves, who will have to remove the markings to resell the car.

America’s Most stolen vehicles as reported by the NICB (National Crime Information Center)

  1. Honda Civic(1995)
  2. Toyota Camry (1989)
  3. Ford F-150 (1997)
  4. Chevrolet C/K 1500 (1994)
  5. Acura Integra (1994)
  6. Dodge Ram Pickup (2004)
  7. Nissan Sentra(1994)
  8. Toyota Pickup(1988)
  9. Toyota Corolla(2007)
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Ways to stop your teen texting while driving

January 22, 2010 in Men and cars by admin

Are you a parent of a teenager? Do you have difficulty keeping them from TEXTING while driving? With such a big deal being made about texting and driving (rightfully so), have you ever wondered if they text and drive?
Preferred method of contact for adolescents — texting, texting and more texting. As a parent it’s up to you to find solutions to prevent your adolescents from texting while driving. Preventing them from texting and driving could save their lives, or other.

Ways to Stop Your Teen from Texting and Driving.

Your strength may not be able to stop them from sending thousands of text messages while driving, they may send each and every month, but here are  some of the ways you could encourage them to stop texting while they are behind the Vehicle controls. As worried citizens, we have to come up with 7 strategies you can use to talk about the dangers of texting while driving with your teens.

Ways to Stop Your Teen from Texting and Driving

An informed teens will at least have the information needed to make the right choice. While the teenagers do not always make the best decisions, giving your teen the cold hard particulars about texting and driving dangers could save their life.

1. TEXTING WHILE DRIVING IS UNSAFE:

If you weren’t aware of  it yet then, texting while driving is dangerous. With over 16,000 texting related deaths while driving in 6 years, texting is among the top reasons for car crashes, and teenager’s deaths. Your teen’s life is in danger every time they text while driving.

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2. TEXTING IS MOVING WRITTEN AND ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS:

Some educators are worried about the changes that are happening because of the new texting language. Are you a teenager who uses “,” and “u r”, and the language and qualifications you need for entering the work force is fading the possibilities of young people at the University. This may not seem like a big deal, but the speed with which each month they send a message to thousands of “shorthand” promote their bad habits, makes their grammar skills worse.

3. TEXTING RELATED INJURIES:

Not only SMS can result in Ernst life-threatening injuries during the journey, but simply the Act of SMS can cause problems in their hands and fingers. In fact more and more young adults and young people are now complaining regarding the injuries in the hand, and there is probably a correlation between the two.
If you want to keep them under your control then you can try and inform them about the potential damage. Their ability to participate in sports or other extracurricular activities is inhibited.

4. OFFER THEM :

Reward them not while they are riding. You need to inspect and have an account of the activities in their mobile phones while they are with friends. It may seem to be an unconventional solution, but it works.

5. THUMB BANDS:

Sheriff Kevin Pals from Mason City, IA, has come up with an innovative and “cool” way to prevent teens from using mobile phones and driving accidents: drop-down box bands. Messages like “Live Strong” or “Kiss Me I am Irish” makes room for text mobile awareness thumb bands.
With messages like “Texting kills”, his thumb bands becoming a popular item. Why don’t you order some for your teenager and his/her friends?  Also, encourage your teen to talk aout the dangers of texting while driving to his/her friends. In many cases, peer pressure can increase the habit of texting and driving.

6. VOICE TO TEXT TECHNOLOGY:

Technology can create undesirable results, such as texting accidents. However, there are some additional technologies that can offer solutions. Vlingo has found a way to turn spoken words into a text. Since now, you have been using your fingers to write a text message as physical technology but it is changing.
This technology dangers driving distracted, but it’s easier to keep your eyes on the road with your teens. A recent study found that 67% of the interviewed would feel safer if they were texting without their eyes off the road.

7. USE RESTRICTIVE TECHNOLOGIES:

Another way- Third-party technology to restrict telephone use and timing of your teenager.

This is how you can consider using technology 3:

1. Text Blocker – allows you to configure the restrictive zones to block texts mobile communications.

2. Zoom Safer – designed for use primarily fleet operator and enterprises, this technology also helps to restrict your child’s cell phone use.

3. Web Safety – the third is under the control of the use of technology, offer your teen texting and cell phone.

This is meant to remind that there are technologies to help them, it is important to explain to your teen. With the implementation and use,  identify your teen to set an example for this and can be useful to use your own technologies.

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