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No On "V" - The Deadbeat Subsidy

Measure “V” is the latest in a long series of attempts to subsidize residential roads. Since Clearlake was incorporated in 1980 there has been no effort to continue past road assessment districts for roads serving private property. 889 more words


£93million road tax woes

You may have read the headlines in July, “Abolished paper tax disc cost the government £93million in lost revenue” – but did it?

Since the paper road tax disc was abolished in 2015, the DVLA has lost £93 million in vehicle excise revenue, but are the two facts linked.  380 more words

Advanced Driving

Michael Douglas in FALLING DOWN (Poem)

“Under Construction”

Michael Douglas in Falling Down

What’s wrong with the street


You only dug it up 10 yards


last week

and then again another month… 189 more words

It's All One Big Ghetto, Man

With age comes wisdom

I awoke this morning and having prepared all my gear the night before I was determined to get out on the bike despite the threat of rain. 667 more words


Vroom, vroom, vrooooom...

As a Londoner buying a car may not be a necessity. However, if you live further away or just want the convenience, you may be thinking of buying one. 618 more words

Life In The UK

The radio show

I like the bit where people with chronic entitlement issues phone up the radio show about their fine for a traffic offence, proceed to freely declare to thousands of listeners how incapable they are of safely operating a motor vehicle on our urban streets and, with no obvious sign of self-awareness, honestly believe it to be someone else’s responsibility. 38 more words


Meath hauliers to benefit from €4,000 drop in commercial motor tax which comes into effect today – McEntee

Fine Gael TD for Meath East, Helen McEntee, has said that changes to commercial motor tax will make a major difference for road hauliers in Meath. 344 more words

Meath East