GETTING you car towed is one of the most stressful things you can go through as a driver. From locating your vehicle to the hefty fines you'll have to pay, here's everything you need to know before tracking down your towed car. How do I find my car? First things first, you need to find out where your vehicle has been taken to. The police, local council or the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency all reserve the right to tow your vehicle if it is parked in an illegal space. While there are different procedures in place throughout the UK, chances are your towed car has been taken to a local impound site. Calling 101 and asking for the local police station will establish where your towed car has been taken. Alternatively, you can locate the nearest impound by searching your postcode on the Car Tax Enforcement website. If you're in London, you can quickly find out if your car has been towed by texting "TRACE" followed by your Vehicle Registration Mark to 66663. Who do I call first? The … [Read more...] about My car has been towed – how do I find it, who do I call and how much does it cost to get it back?
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Rosie Fitzmaurice, provided by Published 6:21 am CDT, Tuesday, July 24, 2018 Reuters July 24 is National Tequila Day. However, tequila has a bad reputation. While artisan gins and spiced rums are now hugely popular, the evolution of tequila outside Mexico has lagged behind in comparison. But the premium tequila movement is gaining traction. Business Insider spoke to Chris Hare, brand manager of premium tequila brand Cazcabel. Hare shared his tips with Business Insider on how to enjoy it the Mexican way. Recommended Video: Now Playing: 5 Tequila Facts for National Tequila Day July 24 is National Tequila Day. Here's are 5 Tequila facts to entice your palate. 1. Tequila is made from the blue agave plant, but only the agave heart is used to make the drink. The plants take 8 to 12 years to harvest. 2. There are only five regions in Mexico that are allowed to produce tequila. 3. One specific type of tequila, Blanco tequila, won't give you a hangover. It is left in … [Read more...] about Mistakes you’re making buying, ordering, and drinking tequila — and how to do it the Mexican way
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Share on Google Plus Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Resize Text Print Article Comments Post Nation by Alex Horton by Alex Horton Email the author May 16 at 5:03 PM Email the author The former Broward County sheriff’s deputy who did not enter a Parkland, Fla., high school during the massacre there receives more than $100,000 in an annual pension, the state revealed, triggering outrage among the parents of slain students and renewed accusations of cowardice. In a Wednesday statement, the Florida … [Read more...] about ‘How in the hell is he getting this?’: Deputy vilified after Parkland killings gets $100,000 annual pension
Electrify America 350 kw chargers at Home Depot in Chicopee, Mass.Enlarge PhotoLast week was our monthly sales extravaganza at Green Car Reports, where we endeavor to report the sales of every plug-in (and hydrogen fuel-cell) vehicle sold in the United States, and publish a separate report for Canada. It's an endeavor we've undertaken every month since production plug-in cars went on sale in 2012. Like politics and quarterly stock-price reports, its a horse-race story. Only this month, for the first time, one of the horses scratched; just didn't want to come out of the stall with monthly a monthly sales report. 2017 Tesla Model 3 in Tesla assembly plant parking lot, Fremont, CA, November 2017Enlarge Photo General Motors announced last month that it would no longer report monthly sales numbers in the United States. Instead, GM will report its sales numbers quarterly going forward. Since the Chevrolet Volt and Bolt EV are two of the best-selling plug-in vehicles on the market … [Read more...] about How often do you want to read about plug-in car sales? Take our Twitter Poll
And Are They Expensive To Replace? Most gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle drivers will at some point ask these questions: How long do hybrid batteries last? Are they expensive to replace? Short Answer: It depends on the make and model of your car, whether you have a warranty, whether you can get cash or credit for recycling your hybrid battery and, importantly, what type of hybrid battery is it—nickel-metal hydride or lithium-ion? Nickel-Metal Hydride Hybrid Batteries When hybrids appeared most used nickel-metal-hydride batteries Hybrid vehicles have been on American roads since 1999, and early adopters took a risk with the new technology. The lifetime of the new nickel-metal hydride batteries (the standard battery for the Toyota Prius and Honda Insight that introduced hybrid technology the U.S.) and their replacement cost was unknown. After all, standard car batteries only last a few years at best. Although hybrid cars have been breathtakingly dependable, there is a limit to the … [Read more...] about Tech: How Long Do Hybrid Batteries Last