Road Trains- How to Drive an B-Double MC Truck

Road Trains- How to Drive an B-Double MC Truck

If your aim is to become a road train driver in Australia:

• Have some knowledge of fixing trucks

• Be a very responsible person

• Gain lots of experience

• Enjoy driving.

Simple really!

If you rarely want to see your mother-in-law, become a road train driver.

It’s a great career for the right person.

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How to Get a Motorcycle License in the United Kingdom

How to Get a Motorcycle License in the United Kingdom

The motorcycle license is required in order to ride your motorcycle legally. Discover how to get a motorcycle license in the United Kingdom. One of the first steps of the process of getting a motorcycle license is to get a guarantee which will allow you to ride motorcycles on the streets, highways, and other roadways. You can get this guarantee once you’ll complete the basic training.

Book a Motorcycle Lessons or QRIDE Course at IAN WATSON'S Motorcycle School
Telephone : 1300 997 050
Phone/SMS : 0468 990 066
Web : http://www.ianwatsonsdrivingschool.com/motorcycle/
Locations : Brisbane | Gympie | Gold Coast | Gladstone | Bundaberg | Sunshine Coast

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A Closer Look at the Volvo FH16 at Ian Watson's Truck Driving School

A Closer Look at the Volvo FH16 at Ian Watson's Truck Driving School

When we want to purchase a new truck we tend to look at the numbers and as you can see from the Volvo FH16, you tend to think that it delivered up to 750 nm in torque which would be impressive on its own. Yet the Volvo prime move truck is a lot more powerful because it delivers no less than 3550 in torque, and the best part about it is that 90 of the entire torque is accessible in a few minutes, something that clearly shows how powerful the device really is.

Ian Watson's Truck Driving School
Phone: 1300 786 088
SMS/ Calls : 0412 981 528
https://www.ianwatsonstruck.com/

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10 Most Famous Motorcycles in History

10 Most Famous Motorcycles in History

10 Most Famous Motorcycles in History

1. Honda CB750
We’ve already lauded the primary bike to use an across-the-frame four-cylinder engine, however in terms of pure influence it’s onerous to make an argument that anything, before or since, has modified the face of motorcycling just like the 1969 CB750. the first mass-made thwart wise four-cylinder superbike, and attributable by several because the initial ‘superbike’ full point, the CB750 conjointly marked the showroom debut, at least for mainstream machines, for disc brakes. However just like the Fireblade, the sum was greater than the total of its components, brilliant though they were in isolation. That engine, as an example, didn’t simply bring the smooth four-cylinder power that we’re all accustomed nowadays, however it brought it with added reliability and refinement in an era once bikers were considered greasy for the nice reason that almost all of them were covered within the stuff, either from fixing their bikes or having it sprayed over them from leaks. The CB750 didn’t singlehandedly kill the British bike industry – that was already during a drawn-out method of suicide – however it helped end the job. And as for influence? Pre-CB750, most big bikes were drum-braked singles or parallel twins. Post-CB750 they were principally disc-braked fours. It’s as easy as that.

2. Honda Fireblade
Most of the bikes on this list are picked out for achieving one or 2 key advances that were later derived by others, generally to the extent of turning into normal industry practice. With the original 1992 Honda Fire blade there’s no such single arranges to spot. In fact, there’s very little in terms of innovative engineering on the bike at all. Instead, the prestigious bit was the philosophy behind the bike in its totality. The very plan of attempting to combine the outright pace of a 1000cc-plus machine with the handling of a far lighter 600cc bike has been derived by each single superbike made since the Blade first appeared. In fact, it’s arduous to recollect a time when light weight and a compact size wasn’t given equal billing to outright power, but it was the Blade that singlehandedly created the guide.

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Buying a Helmet : Important Things To Remember When Buying a Motorcycle Helmet

Buying a Helmet : Important Things To Remember When Buying a Motorcycle Helmet

When it comes to motorcycling today there is so much protective equipment involved that one cannot help but think: do I really require all this? Well, one thing is for sure, you certainly need a good helmet...

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Evel Knievel and His Motorcycles

Evel Knievel and His Motorcycles

Robert Craig "Evel" Knievel generally known as Evil Knievel is a famous American motorcycle professional who is worldwide popular for his ultimate stunts and art of driving motorbikes. Since the late 1960s he has been popular especially in the United States for his crazy motorbike stunts that can leave any person in thrills...

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