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Four New Dying Light DLCs Available Now

Like promised, Techland is still supporting Dying Light and their next DLCs after The Following are four bundle sets. The bundles include a cospentic skin for your buggy, a new set of clothes, and specialty weapons for each set. 36 more words

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Ford F-150 Gets Highest Rating In New Insurance Crash Tests

By Dee-Ann Durbin, AP Auto Writer

DETROIT (AP) — The 2016 Ford F-150 is the only full-size pickup truck to score the top rating in new front crash tests performed by the insurance industry. 554 more words

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Chevrolet Camaro 2016 Price

Chevrolet Camaro 2016

Completely overhauled for 2016 Turbocharged 4-barrel, V-6 and V-8 motors accessible

Enhanced unbending nature, offers same undercarriage as the Cadillac ATS 364 more words

Crash Test

Thunderbirds to the International Rescue!

An international client unfortunately ‘hit a barrier’ when the Terra Blocker they had purchased from Frontier Pitts on a supply only basis was installed the wrong way round, with the attack face on the secure side of site. 222 more words

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Frontier Pitts at the London 2012 Games

Frontier Pitts are pleased to announce that they have received official supplier designation by the British Olympic Association for Suppliers of Security Barriers, Blockers and Gates to the London 2012 Games. 431 more words

Perimeter Security

Federal safety regulators: Crash tests for cars getting tougher

NEW YORK — Federal safety regulators say they will soon have smarter dummies – crash test dummies that is.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced a number of changes to its crash safety ratings Tuesday. 414 more words

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Regulators Propose Changes To 5-Star Safety Ratings To Incorporate More Crash-Prevention Technology

Crash safety tests are about to get a whole lot different. Automakers striving to achieve five stars for safety from federal regulators will have to add a few things to their vehicle rosters as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced high-tech changes to its system.  585 more words