30 km/h (18.6 mph); One manoeuvre avoiding an obstacle at a minimum speed of 50 km/h (31.1 mph); At least two braking exercises, including an emergency brake at a minimum speed of 50 km/h (31.1 mph).
women aged 16 to 64, showed the former Bolton model as the ladies' favourite.He beat footballer Ashley Cole, Prince Harry, Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles (?), news presenter Trevor McDonald (eh?!!!), The One Show presenter Adrian Chiles and Johnny Vaughan
on the in June last year. However, the judge gave the 27-year-old GP a 51-week prison sentence suspended for two years. Dr. Whitehouse was also banned from driving for four years and must do 150 hours' community service. The deceased's family issued a statement
David Osborne was told.The inquest heard how the victim's helmet visor would have allowed through only 20.5 per cent of light. European regulations require such visors to transmit at least 50 per cent of visible light.PC Cooper, who examined the crash
THE FAMILY of a motorcyclist who was killed in a collision after hitting a patch of diesel has been awarded £110,000 in compensation.The victim, Richard Cooper, hit a large pool of diesel on his Yamaha motorcycle and collided head on with a van
bloody big bugger,'' police said. Police stopped and searched the man, allegedly finding two bags containing 10 grams of amphetamine, more than $26,000 in cash and a 10cm long knife. He will appear in Perth Magistrates Court today charged with reckless
undercover but the initiative enforces the current investigation into the death of the 35-year-old biker.Mr. Tobin, of south London, was shot in the back of the head as he rode home from the Bulldog Bash biker festival in Warwickshire last Sunday. Police
to call them on 0845 113 5000. Information can also be left anonymously with Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Simpson broke an ankle and wrist in the accident.The Prince's bodyguards, who are all trained first aiders, comforted the injured biker while emergency services arrived.
in the summer.His case called at Aberdeen Sheriff Court where he previously admitted careless driving.Stephen, of 260 Queen's Road, drove at excessive speed and took his hands off the handlebar on July 14. The charge states he removed his hands to "place them
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