If you were asked about the fastest production car in the world, would you know the answer or guess some foreign model?
Unfortunately, it seems the departments responsible for road safety are only out to collect revenue.
I want to warn people to do their research before being fooled into parting with what little they have. There is no such thing as a free ride – open your eyes and realise that these people who promise the world want nothing more than to destroy yours.
I don’t think many realise just how much training and mental preparation goes into taking part in a race of this kind. You have to eat well and be disciplined and determined at least from a year in advance.
In reaction to this the Newcastle Advertiser asked a few Newcastillians whether they thought it was indeed still necessary for our cars to be roadworthy. Here were their thoughts.
With some forward planning and a bit of elbow grease, you can improve fuel efficiency and get more out of your fuel.
I work hard to maintain a positive nature so no one will guess what I am really going through and at the end of the day, the only one suffering is me.
Hundreds pedestrians cross this bridge daily but can not use the side walk because of the over grown grass, as well as the safety barriers are missing or lying on the ground.
With another massive increase in fuel prices on the horizon, here’s what influences the cost to fill ‘er up.
If you are in a similar situation, I want to encourage you to think outside the box and look for alternate means of keeping warm instead of leaving a heater running all day.
The Newcastle Advertiser asked a few Newcastillians what they thought about the new law. Here was what they had to say: