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What happens if a lorry tyre blows?

Lorry tyres are inflated to a much higher pressure than car tyres – between 80-110psi vs 27-40psi. When they are inflated, it’s done with the tyre in a cage which protects the person filling it if it blows. A tyre

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Can you have different sized wheels on your car?

Hot rods have big wheels on the back and smaller wheels on the front, so why don’t we see this on regular road-going cars? The Chrysler Prowler, which was supposed to emulate a hot rod with its 17-inch wheels up

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How short can a tunnel be before it’s not a tunnel anymore?

When you drive underneath another road, you’re effectively driving through an enclosed space, but this isn’t technically a tunnel, it’s an underpass. Even if you could drive underneath a motorway with six lanes in either direction, it’s still not a

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Why is car insurance expensive?

Car insurance is compulsory for all drivers but a number of things are causing it to get increasingly more expensive – it’s a cost that sometimes prices certain drivers out of the market, either forcing them onto public transport or

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Are you allowed to drive wearing headphones?

There’s nothing in the law that says you are not allowed to wear headphones while driving in the UK, but if you drive on the continent there are countries, like France, which do not permit you to drive with headphones.

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How far must you be able to see ahead when driving?

There are two factors to consider for how far you must be able to see ahead when you are driving: Your eyesight Your speed in relation to the road you can see ahead Eyesight requirements Car drivers You must be

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What is a defensive driving course?

A defensive driving course is a theory and/or practical course that teaches drivers how to detect and react to risks much more quickly than a driver who has had no additional training. They range in scope from to teaching new

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