Score These T-Shirts for Car Nerds before They\u2019re Gone

The auto obsessives at Blipshift consistently produce some of the coolest car-themed apparel on the market. However, to keep their designs fresh, their stock cycles through pretty quickly. That’s why you need to snag their wares while you can. You can also check out their older designs still in stock by hovering over “Shop” on Blipshift’s menu and clicking the […]

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Night Shift Through the Eyes of a British Truck Driver

When we think of truck drivers getting their jobs done on the road, we often imagine the long-haul routes on interstates hauling bulk cargo from depot to depot. However, there’s more to trucking than that, and more countries on the map than just the United States. Tom, also known as @thelorryist on Twitter, decided to share what it’s like going […]

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Nissan launches a virtual sales advisor for Magnite

Around 60,000 Magnites have been booked since the crossover was launched in December 2020. Nissan Magnite customers will now be able to interact with a virtual sales advisor on the brand’s digital sales platform. The virtual sales advisor has been developed in partnership with Eccentric Engine. The platform will provide information about the vehicle, financing and exchange options, answer product […]

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PDRM proposes senior citizens be required to obtain doctor's approval before being issued driving licences – paultan.org

According to reports by Berita Harian and NST, the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) is proposing special conditions be imposed to limit the issuance of driving licences to senior citizens. This includes requiring senior citizens to undergo a doctor’s examination to ensure they are healthy to drive. Bukit Aman traffic investigation and enforcement department (JSPT) director Datuk Azisman Alias said such […]

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Transport ministry studying use of video and sensors to prevent corrupt practices in driving tests – Wee – paultan.org

The transport ministry says it is looking into the possibility of using technology to improve the integrity of driving tests in Malaysia. According to transport minister Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong, the ministry is presently conducting a feasibility study on the use of video recordings and sensors to prevent corrupt practices, The Star reports. He said the ministry would look […]

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First Rivian R1T Crash Was Driver Error, Not Mechanical Issue: Rivian

To say September’s been a big month for Rivian is an understatement—after over a decade of painstaking prep, the first production Rivian R1T electric pickup drove off the line at its Illinois factory to much fanfare. Unfortunately, yesterday in California another R1T still clad in testing camo drove up an embankment and into a parked Ford Explorer (to much less […]

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