Monthly Archives: February 2014
Repair your pothole almost instantly with EZ Street Cold Asphalt – simple to use for private use!
It’s been a tough few weeks in Ireland with storm after storm hammering the country. Driving conditions were awful, and damage to property and even sinkholes made it dangerous to be out and about. But it looks like the worst is behind us now, and it’s time to recover from the damage. Potholes are a major problem that occurs after a bad patch of weather, and we’ve now reduced the prices of ...
The HSA will target farms in County Cork this year as details have emerged stating nearly 1/3 of all fatalities in 2013 came from the county. 6 of the 16 fatal accidents that occurred in Ireland were in Cork, 3 times more than Cavan which was the next highest. How the HSA expect to tackle the problem is still been ironed out, but at least 3,000 farms are expected to be inspected as a result of study with areas with high accident rates taking priority. However the good news is that fataliti...
Officials in the US are developing plans to improve traffic safety by introducing new technologies that allow cars to “talk with each other”. By using a radio beacon that transmits the vehicles speed, positioning and other conditions and then receive similar information from other vehicles it is hoped the technology will alert motorists to impending crashes and in some cases even brake for the driver! The technology has been in testing for the last decade, but Transportation Secretary Anth...
When setting up car parks there are basic management tips you should follow: Car Height: The recommended height for car parks is a minimum of 2.1 metres. Most cars would be 1.8 metres in height, by larger cars that make have roof racks can reach up to 2 metres. This minimum height will also cater for tall individuals walking through the area.Surface car parks are also recommended to limit the height of cars to 2.1 metres. This will allow car park staff to get a better view of the area...