Did you know that...?
Did you know that...
... each country has a motor symbol represented through an letter character or a group of characters?
... in Austria, there are many alpine station, where the winter sports are practiced, like the ski station from Aspen?
... in Germany the newst cars got an audio warning system, that starts in the moment when the car moves, and the occupants of the front sits don't have attached the safety belt?
... The Road Tunnel Mont Blanc, which goes through the Alpi Mountains, through over 11 km distance, it is called also The Tunnel of the Three Nations, because was builded by France, Italy and Switzerland?
... Champs - Élysées is the most known avenue from Paris (France) and it is traverse over 75 000 vehicles every day?
... Eurotunnel or Sleeve Tunnel is build at 40 m down below under the Sleeve Sea, assuring the road and the railway traffic between United Kingdom and France, on a distance of 50 km?
... the highway is a very large road for vehicle's traffic which can run with high speed without having permission to turn the car, to stop or to pull over?
... from the serious accident's analysation produced in Bucharest in 2005, results that the pedestrians are guilty from 48% from their total, that meaning 392 accidents?
... 7 april is The International Road Safety Day?
... in 1896, Karl Benz projects the first vehicle with engine?
... in 1906, took place the first vehicle contest in France (Grand Prix)?
... safety belt was introduced in the standard vehicle's equipment in the middle of the '50, by the Volvo vehicles company?
... some traffic lights are equipped with buttons which the pedestrians can use for crossing the road?
... there are traffic lights which provides acoustic signals for blind persons?
... the modern bicycle appeared over 100 years ago?