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BICYCLE OWNERS BEWARE!




825 Bicycles Are Stolen Every Day.

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months and I can verify that “even the very best bicycle lock can be opened in
seconds!”.

 

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check this list
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125,000+ web pages warning us of bicycle u-lock weaknesses.

I know what you’re thinking. The manufacturer of that particular u-lock has
probably fixed the design fault. Am I right? Well, yes, that’s probably true.
They would be daft not to. If so you’re probably safe until someone works out
another way to break a u-lock.  Unfortunately you will not have to wait too long.
As you can see from the movie, it didn’t involve heavy investment in R&D to
break the last

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Vehicle Classification Information – New York State Thruway

Vehicle Classification Information

Vehicle classification is based on the height of the vehicle over the first two axles and the total number of axles, including any towed vehicles or trailers.  Vehicles under 7 feet 6 inches in height are considered “LOW” (L).  Vehicles 7 feet 6 inches in height or greater are considered “HIGH” (H).

The total number of axles plus the height designation equals the vehicle class as shown in the table (Figure 1) below. The diagram (Figure 2) below shows approximate vehicle heights in relation to the toll booth. Diagram (Figure 3) below shows examples of axle counts on various vehicles.   Example: Most two-axle passenger vehicles are Class 2L.

Helpful information can also be found in the Frequently Asked Questions. (Discount applies to E-ZPassNY accounts only).

Figure 1 – Vehicle Class Table
Class Height Number of Axles E-ZPass* Discount
2L UNDER 7 feet 6 inches 2 5%
3L
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Auto Repair Basics | FTC Consumer Information

The best way to avoid auto repair rip-offs is to be prepared. Knowing how your vehicle works and how to identify common car problems is a good beginning. It’s also important to know how to choose a good mechanic, the kinds of questions to ask, and your consumer rights. This kind of information may help you keep a lid on mechanical mistakes.

Repair Information

How to Choose a Repair Shop

What should I look for when choosing a repair shop?

  • Ask for recommendations from friends, family, and other people you trust. Look for a repair shop before you need one to avoid being rushed into a last-minute decision.
  • Shop around by phone and online for the best deal, and compare warranty policies on repairs.
  • Ask to see current licenses if state or local law requires repair shops to be licensed or registered. Also, your state Attorney General’s office or local
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Bicycling Information – Grand Canyon National Park (U.S. National Park Service)

Bicycling Information On This Page Navigation

 

Three images, from left to right, park shuttle bus carrying several bicycles up front in an external rack. A bicycle in campsite with blue tent. Bicycle rental facility with attendant talking with two customers.

 

South Rim

Looking to exchange four wheels for two? Bicycling is a great way to experience the South Rim. Cyclists can enjoy approximately 13 miles (21 km) of roads and Greenway Trails that allow for more intimate explorations along the rim. If you get tired, load your bike on one of the park’s bicycle-friendly shuttle buses – there is a bus stop every one-half to one-mile along the 13 mile-stretch.

Bicycles are allowed on all paved and unpaved roads on the South Rim. Be good to yourself and the environment – ride instead of drive.

 

Image: 2 bicyclists riding along a paved greenway path along the edge of a colorful canyon landscape
Cyclists riding along the Hermit Road Greenway. Photo courtesy Sarah Neal.

 

Hermit Road

Scenic Hermit Road follows the canyon rim for 7 miles (11 km) and is one of the best places in the park for cycling. Most of the year, private vehicle restrictions eliminate most traffic. Shuttle and

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Vehicle Registration Details Online, Check Vehicle Information in India

About History

History is a platform that provides users with overall information about vehicle history. With the help of the tool, the users can check vehicle history of any car, bike or scooter and get the vehicle history report and generate a certificate. The certificate generated by History helps you check vehicle history online. This full vehicle history report is very useful for the buyers as well as sellers as it helps the users by providing all the details which are crucial while buying or selling a used automobile. It is India’s most comprehensive Car, Bike and Scooter History Tool that let the user know about the background of any used vehicle or the detailed vehicle information. This is the reason why the report is also coined as a vehicle information report.

Why History?

History is an unbiased certificate that reveals the overall information about any vehicle’s background. You can

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Free VIN Decoder | Vehicle Information, License Plate Number, Recall Info

Our Free VIN Decoder will allow you to lookup any VIN number on any vehicle in the United States. A VIN Number is a Vehicle Identification Number. It is the identifying code for a specific vehicle. This can be a car, truck, van, SUV, motorcycle, RV and more. Every vehicle that was manufactured in the United States has a VIN number stamped on it in multiple places on the vehicle. The most noticeable location you can find a VIN number is on the dash board. You might also find it on the frame of the vehicle, on the engine block or on the body stamped on the door. With all modern cars, manufactured in the last 20 years, the VIN number is a 17 digit alpha-numeric code. It will be in all capital letters and typically stamped on a piece of metal. All you need to do is find that

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Buying a Used Car | FTC Consumer Information

Before you start shopping for a used car, do some homework. It may save you serious money. Consider your driving habits, what the car will be used for, and your budget. Research models, options, costs, repair records, safety tests, and mileage — online and through libraries and bookstores.

Before You Buy a Used Car

Whether you buy a used car from a dealer or an individual:

  • Test drive the car under varied road conditions — on hills, highways, and in stop-and-go traffic.
  • Ask for the car’s maintenance record from the owner, dealer, or repair shop.
  • Determine the value of the vehicle before you negotiate the purchase. Check the National Automobile Dealers Association’s (NADA) Guides, Edmunds, Kelley Blue Book, and Consumer Reports. Some of these organizations charge for this information.
  • Research the upkeep costs for models you’re interested in, including the frequency of repairs and maintenance costs.
  • Examine the car using
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