In a stark reminder, of rusting metal, in how Cyprus was torn apart, hundreds of cars, motorbikes, buses and tractors that were abandoned inside the British Sovereign Base Areas (SBAs) have been stored there ever since, in a compound inside Episkopi Garrison.
Source: UK Bases in abandoned car repatriation drive – InCyprus
Modern technology is a marvel; much of it has bestowed freedom and convenience upon us that we now can’t fathom being without. One of these is the appendage otherwise known as Mobile Phone.
Source: Slave to the ring tone – InCyprus
The Fifth Cyprus Vespa-Lambretta Tour is taking place on May 7-8 in the south Famagusta region. We spoke to Sofoulis Nicolaou, the Chief Executive of the Vespa Club di Famagusta — this year’s organisers — to find out more about this unique event.
Source: Scooters and their Mods
New-car drivers in the UK are clocking up repair bills of £402million a year within just two months of taking delivery of the vehicle with most accidents taking place on the 57th day of ownership.
Source: Accident Exchange report shows a third of drivers damage a new car within 57 days | Daily Mail Online
The new regulations at the United Nations, due to be published next month, will allow cars to drive for up to three minutes without any intervention from the driver on British motorways.
Source: Cars will steer themselves at 81mph as era of driverless cars arrives
On this day in 1964, the first ever drink driving television advert aired. 50 years later, the campaigns have changed quite a bit
Source: Video: 50 years of drink-driving campaigns – Telegraph
ROAD Safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist has raised concerns about drug-driving across the UK in the wake of a number of cases where sentences seems to have been inconsistently applied and recent reports of ‘sky-high’ recordings over the legal limit.
Source: GEM Motoring Assist claims drug driving penalties are inconsistent | Cars | Life & Style | Daily Express
Mitsubishi Motors president Tetsuro Aikawaa revealed that an internal investigation discovered the carmaker has been exaggerating fuel economy data since 1991.
Source: Mitsubishi admits cheating some fuel economy figures for 25 YEARS | Daily Mail Online
BOY racers in Paphos are causing huge problems on a stretch of road in Kato Paphos resulting in complaints by hotel guests and residents, one of whom is launching an online petition to have the problem sorted before next year’s cultural capital events kick off. One resident is drumming up support for an online petition […]
Source: Online petition to curb boy racers in Paphos – Cyprus Mail