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Exercising his tongue and lips at the 2012 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Bill predicted semi-autonomous cars within seven years, and the Full Monty soon after.
We've already got cars with sensors front and rear, cars that know how to park themselves, cars that know when they need a service and when they're about to crash, cars with cameras and satnavs and more computer power than anything that landed on the moon, so maybe he's right. But perhaps it's actually a great idea if the great washed and unwashed British motoring public finally gave up the steering wheel completely, climbed into the back seat with their mobile phones and i Pods and let the machines have their day. Meanwhile, if you people out there parked up on the internet super highway want more info, check out the site. v=i Kqpvri KZu A Del Monte DVLA set to close all regional offices by 2013 Actually, the consultation document for this was launched on 13th December 2011, but something must have shorted in the office wiring loom because we completely overlooked it until someone jerked our lead (thanks, Mike).
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Got to be safer than the present system which currently kills a couple of thousand people each year, a disproportionate number of whom are motorcyclists (actually, 4). But as ever, the tightwads didn't bother to send us a review copy; just a press release hoping for a free lunch. Just don't expect sumfin for nuffin, like some guys do. But there's still time to read, study and, if necessary, react if you don't the sound of it.
Better still if the vast majority of British motorists simply stayed at home to watch the football/soaps and sent the car out for the shopping. This book is on special offer until the end of April 2012, with ten quid off. Either way, this book by David Gittens, "well known authority and author of classic motocross and scrambling" (never heard of him) details the complete history and development of Mtisse Motorcycles and is probably the definitive work on ... Dexxion Norton Transformer video This You Tube vid has actually been around for a couple of years (and almost half a million views), but it bears mentioning again. The upshot is that the government wants to close all 39 regional DVLA offices by 2013.