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Drivers began taking to low-quality roads in search of parks outside the city, but were often disappointed after long drives to find that most of those parks were closed to nonresidents.
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Drivers and began
Drivers began complaining about the bumpy track surface, and the teams and press were concerned over facilities and rowdy fans.
Drivers and taking
Gurney scored three 2nd places ( France, Italy and United States ) taking him to 4th place in the Drivers ' Championship.
The show returned in 2005, taking a look back at the 1995 season, when Michael Schumacher took his second straight World Drivers ' Championship.
Drivers and roads
Drivers unused to dirt roads should be especially cautious – it is recommended that drivers reduce their speed, drive with extra care, and avoid driving at night because animals can stray on to roads.
Drivers heading along the local roads ( later designated as State Highway Route 5 ), often came to Darlington's Bridge first.
Drivers will sometimes drift into the shoulder when being overtaken by passing vehicles, particularly on two-lane roads.
Drivers traveling between central and southern areas of London and East Anglia continued to face long stretches of single-carriageway roads through the suburbs of Leyton, Leytonstone and Wanstead and serious traffic congestion had become frequent in these areas.
Drivers using their vehicles at low risk times of day or on low risk roads or driving low mileage get a discount on their motor insurance premiums.
Drivers and search
Drivers and outside
Drivers should be aware that just outside Veracruz the return highway is at an 8, 000-foot elevation and often enveloped in thick fog, making driving this stretch a challenge.
Drivers who have had experience driving outside the province must take the knowledge test and get their Learner's permit, but they are allowed to upgrade their status to Novice after a minimum of one day.
Drivers and city
Drivers and were
Drivers Arturo Merzario, Lunger, Guy Edwards and Harald Ertl arrived at the scene a few moments later, but before they were able to pull Lauda from his car, he suffered severe burns to his head and inhaled hot toxic gases that damaged his lungs and blood.
The principal developers of SoftICE were Dom Basile (' Mr. SoftICE '), Tom Guinther ( Kitchen Sink, Symbol Engine ), Gerald Ryckman ( Video Drivers and Kitchen Sink ), Ray Hsu ( Video Drivers W95 ), and Dan Babcock ( SoftICE / NT 3. 1 / 3. 5: Universal Video Driver, Symbol Engine ), with contributions by a variety of NuMega developers including Frank Grossman, Jim Moskun and Matt Pietrek.
Drivers in cars without air conditioning were also found to be more likely to honk their horns ( Kenrick & MacFarlane 1986 ), which is used as a measure of aggression and has shown links to other factors such as generic symbols of aggression or the visibility of other drivers.
Drivers were top performers such as Tony Fall ( GB ), Guenter Janger ( AUT ), Harry Källström ( S ), Achim Warmbold ( D ), Franz Wurz ( A ), etc.
Drivers were Jerry Titus, Bob Johnson and Mark Donohue, and Titus won the ( SCCA ) B-Production national championship.
With the 500 having been a part of the Formula One World Drivers ' Championship between 1950 and 1960, Ferrari made a discreet appearance at the 1952 event with Alberto Ascari, but European entries were few and far between during those days.
Another fatality of the ‘ lack of Drivers ’ was the service between Rugeley Trent Valley and Stafford, services were cut back now to this day only run Birmingham to Rugeley Trent Valley.
Drivers who purchased new GTI Mk5s from a dealership were shipped a model of said Fast, which employs GTI-like features, and appears as a small robot thing in the commercials.
Drivers could, and did, travel more quickly, but they would be reprimanded: it was found that excessive speeds could force apart the light rails, which were set onto individual stone blocks without cross-ties.
Songs like " Sarhoş Kızlar " ( Drunken Girls ) or " Şoför Kadınlar " ( Female Drivers ) were written in revenge for all the suffering women had endured at the hands of men in the past.
Politically motivated bands such as MDC and 7 Seconds in the U. S. were also introducing anti-homophobia messages into their songs at this time and, in a more personal vein, bands such as the Nip Drivers were including songs such as " Quentin ", dedicated to Quentin Crisp, on their albums.
Slim Dusty and his wife were patrons of the National Truck Drivers ' Memorial located at Tarcutta, New South Wales.
In his three-year spell with the team, he took six podiums, most of which were scored during the 1971 Formula One season in which he also finished as runner-up in the Drivers ' Championship.
The race eventually splits and descends into civil war, over what colour the hats at the hot dog and doughnut stand Lister planned to open on Fiji were going to be ( in the later-published novelization " Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers " the cause of the cat civil war is whether their god was named Cloister or Clister ).
Drivers in the UK were now paying an average of 80 pence a litre for unleaded and 80. 8p for diesel.
The ban on Group B racing effectively forced the E2 model into stillbirth ; however, more than one dozen of them were successfully run from August 1986 till October 1992 in the FIA European Championships for Rallycross Drivers events all over Europe, and Norwegian Martin Schanche claimed the 1991 European Rallycross title with a Ford RS200 E2 that produced over.
A series of figures to go with Corgi Kits were released in December 1962 ; Racing Drivers and Mechanics ( 1501 ), Spectators ( 1502 ), Race Track Officials ( 1503 ), Press Officials ( 1504 ) and Garage Attendants ( 1505 ).
Drivers faced a highly stylized steering wheel with a double-delta shaped horn ring which framed the view of an unusual " slot-machine " speedometer, which consisted of a stationary horizontal " needle " and a vertically rotating drum on which the numerals were printed.
Drivers discovered that if the armrest were dropped low enough, this button would stay pressed without the driver applying any pressure, they still had to be released every four minutes when coming to a stop.
Drivers and often
Drivers are usually expected to keep in the slowest lane unless overtaking, though with more traffic congestion all lanes are often used.
Drivers would wait in long lines of cars to enter the square, where they often would invent their own lanes, waiting for a relatively safe chance to cross.
Londo is averse to actual violence and is often at odds with himself over his desire for military victory and the horror he feels at the suffering and death of others ; when he is present at the Second Conquest of Narn, he is visibly sickened by the level of destruction and death he has semi-unwittingly caused and later challenges Lord Refa over his use of outlawed Mass Drivers in the planetary assault of Narn.
There are further dimensions to this sport apart from the actual racing-one is the quest for interesting vehicles to wreck and race, often dividing opinions between Banger Drivers and Classic Car Enthusiasts.
Drivers and co-drivers also have to contend with the pounding terrain and high summer temperatures which often reach 50 ° C within the cockpit.
According to National Drivers Register officials, problem drivers ' records posted to the NDR database by the states are made available to all states in the U. S. Information supplied by one state to the NDR is obtained by another state from the NDR using the first four letters of the driver's first and last names, the date of birth, and, often, if it is published, that driver's social security number and / or license number.