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(BPT) - Soybean farmers in Minnesota wear many different hats: small-business owner, agronomist, equipment expert, accountant and environmentalist. Yes, they are the original stewards of the land, continually evolving their practices to keep natural resources healthy for the next...
Wednesday, 03 January 2018 Oakleigh Police members impounded two cars after both vehicles took off and accelerated quickly from traffic lights in Clayton overnight.Officers were at the intersection of the North Road and Princes Highway around 11.55pm yesterday.They observed a...
Drivers travelling on the M1 on the Gold Coast on Christmas Eve continued to put their own lives and the lives of others at serious risk with five extremely high detections yesterday.Vehicles were clocked doing 187, 184, 182 and...
(BPT) - The hardships of navigating winter roads aren’t made any easier when facing a flat tire. In fact, for many Americans, fixing a flat remains a mystery. According to a survey from AAA, nearly 20 percent of U.S....
(BPT) - It’s no surprise that teen drivers get into more traffic collisions than their older counterparts, but why? Some reasons include less driving experience, a higher willingness to take risks and passenger distraction. The National Highway Traffic Safety...
(BPT) - Across the U.S., more than 70 percent of the population lives in areas affected by snow and ice. Each winter the average driver in these areas will see more than 5 inches of snow on the roads....
Photo above A self-driving shuttle at Texas A&M. Swaroopa Saripalli, CC BY-ND Srikanth Saripalli, Texas A&M UniversitySelf-driving cars could revolutionize how disabled people get around their communities and even travel far from home. People who can’t see well or with...
A new road safety app is set to help drivers make better choices and save lives on Australian roads.Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester today joined with the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) to launch a...
I hold up a map of the world. The only countries that are shaded in grey are Russia and the Middle Eastern countries. All the rest of the world is on ethanol: China; India; half of Indonesia; all of...
The Turnbull Government, through the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), is supporting a new $100 million asset finance program to encourage Australians to switch to electric vehicles.Available through Macquarie Leasing, the program offers 0.7 per cent discount on finance for...