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Mar
29

Custom Motorized Bicycles, Sales, Repair, Parts, Bicycle Engine Kits, California, Los Angeles, Venice, Santa Monica

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We specialize in building the highest quality custom made Motorized Bicycles anywhere!

Please visit our new Facebook page & hit ‘LIKE’ to follow our current builds, photos & news!!
To visit our FB page, please click here >>> Facebook/VeniceMotorBikes

 

Our bikes are 100% street legal,
& can go well over 40 MPH while getting up to 80 MPG.

We have a nice selection of reliable motored bicycles that are in stock & ready to purchase today!

With todays high gas prices, motorized bicycles are a very smart choice for easy economical transportation.

Vintage Schwinn bicycles have become the ‘Harley Davidson’ of the bicycle world,
& we feel these make the best (& coolest) motorbikes around.
Not only do we use vintage Schwinn bicycles, but we also build our motorbikes from many other
top quality names such as Felt, Dyno, Nirve, Electra & 3G.

We also specialize in motorizing ‘Low Rider’ & ‘Chopper’ Style motorized bikes
that no other motor bike builder can ever seem to do reliably!

We, at Venice Motor Bikes, are very proud of the reputation that we have built over the years for building top quality motorized bicycles that have given endless miles of trouble free riding to our customers.

Venice Motor Bikes has spawned many imitators over the recent years… But we always strive to stay several steps ahead of the competition, & we still build the best motorized bicycles at any price!

Are you having trouble building your own motorized bicycle?
VMB can build it for you! (even if you bought your bicycle engine kit from someone else.)

Venice Motor Bikes has a wide variety of option parts and engine high performance tuning services
available for your motorized bicycle project.

We also offer full tech support to our customers to assist you with your own motorized bicycle build.

Over the years, we have worked with dozens of different Chinese bicycle engine companies,
We are very pleased with our current engine manufacturers in terms of Quality & Reliability!

Bring us your bicycle & we can install a motor on it & get you on the road in ONE DAY!

To purchase some of our products ‘on line’, please click on the ‘Shop Online’ bar at the top of this page,
& then search the categories on the top left.

Please visit our new Facebook page & hit ‘LIKE’ to follow our current builds, photos & news!!
To visit our FB page, please click here >>> Facebook/VeniceMotorBikes

 

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Mar
29

Towing Guide

Towing Guide




A key aspect of buying a towable RV is understanding the tow rating of your current (or future) vehicle. Pay attention to the automobile’s Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (normally found on a sticker inside the driver’s side door frame). This number is the maximum weight your vehicle should tow.

 

You don’t want to fall in love with an RV only to find out the RV is too heavy for your vehicle to safely tow. To help you find the right RV, please use our Vehicle Tow Rating Finder as well as our Glossary of Terms.

What is the towing capacity of my vehicle?

RV Dry Weight + Passenger’s Weight + Cargo + Liquids = Total Weight
Total weight must not exceed towing capacity.

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The weight of the RV without any liquids, passengers, or cargo. Manufacturers weigh new units before shipping them to Camping World and record that weight as the Dry Weight. It is similar to Curb Weight for automobiles.

The combined weight of the RV (dry weight), plus liquids, passengers, and cargo.

The maximum allowable weight of an RV. The Gross Vehicle Weight should not exceed the RV’s Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

The weight placed on the hitch when the trailer is coupled to your vehicle. The tongue weight should be 10-15% of the RV’s gross vehicle weight.

The weight of the automobile without any passengers, liquids, or cargo (similar to Dry Weight for RVs).

The combined weight of the automobile (Curb Weight), plus liquids, passengers, cargo, and, when towing an RV, the RV’s tongue weight.
Note: When towing an RV, the entire weight of the trailer is not considered to be part of the automobile’s Gross Vehicle Weight, but the tongue weight is part of the automobile’s Gross Vehicle Weight.

The maximum allowable weight of your vehicle. The Gross Vehicle Weight, which includes the Tongue Weight of the attached RV, should not exceed your vehicle’s Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

Generally, the manufacturer’s rating of the maximum gross weight limit of the loaded tow vehicle combined with the attached RV.

The manufacturer’s rating of the maximum weight limit that can safely be towed by your specific vehicle. Weight is calculated by adding the RV’s Gross Vehicle Weight with the weights of passengers, liquids or cargo in your vehicle.

Mar
29

Transportation Services for Seniors Living at Home

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Transportation is crucial to ensure access to essential services such as medical care and grocery shopping. The availability of adequate transportation enables older persons to live independently in their communities, helps to prevent isolation and the possible need for long-term care placement. Many older people, who do not drive, must rely on family and friends to provide much of the transportation. But for others, it is necessary to find community resources to provide transportation, as this vital support service may be their only connection to the outside world.

Request Senior Transportation Near You

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Transportation services vary in communities depending upon where you live. Types of transportation that may be available for the elderly, is individual door-to-door service, fixed route with scheduled services, or ridesharing with volunteer drivers. A good place to start your search for transportation is your local Area Agency on Aging. In some communities the Area Agency on Aging arrange, monitor, and support programs that provide transportation for the elderly. Even if your local agency doesn’t provide transportation services directly, they should be able to give assistance for finding help.

Benefits

Whether you are looking for yourself, a family member or a friend, consider what type of service would best meet your needs. Door -to-door service refers to transportation from one specific location to another, requiring advanced notice. This type of service is based upon demand and allows the most flexibility. Fixed route and scheduled services transport riders along an established route with predetermined stops at designated locations. Although this service provides less flexibility and fees on a per-ride basis (that may be discounted for seniors), advanced reservations are not required. Ridesharing programs generally arrange for older persons needing rides to be transported to specific destinations such as senior centers, adult day care, and health-related appointments with volunteer drivers.

Fees

As mentioned, fees are usually required for many door-to-door services and on a fee per ride for fixed transportation services but often with senior discounted rates. Many communities have developed volunteer programs with minimal or no cost with the help and support of their local Area on Aging.

The National Transit Hotline can provide the names of local transit providers who receive federal money to provide transportation to the elderly and people with disabilities. Call Toll Free 1-800-527-8279.

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Mar
29

automotive – Wiktionary

English[edit]

English Wikipedia has an article on:
automotive

Wikipedia

Etymology[edit]

auto- +‎ motive

Adjective[edit]

automotive (not comparable)

  1. Having the ability to move by itself; self-propelled or self-propelling.
  2. Of, or relating to motor vehicles.
    • 2006, Edwin Black, chapter 1, in Internal Combustion[1]:

      But electric vehicles and the batteries that made them run became ensnared in corporate scandals, fraud, and monopolistic corruption that shook the confidence of the nation and inspired automotive upstarts.

Translations[edit]

Noun[edit]

automotive (plural automotives)

  1. A shop or company that sells motor vehicle parts

See also[edit]

  • automobile
  • locomotive

Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English automotive.

Adjective[edit]

automotive (invariable)

  1. automotive (pertaining to motor vehicles)

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Mar
29

Vehicle Simulator – The New Simulation Experience

About Vehicle Simulator



Vehicle Simulator in an excellent aero-nautical simulator,
having excellent flight dynamics and marine dynamics, this
simulator allows you to fly and sail where ever you wish, to explore and customize your planes and boats and to train yourself on all forms
of flight and sailing.

Vehicle Simulator was created by Ilan Papini first version released in March
2009, it based upon Micro
Flight and Virtual Sailor, and combines them into one powerful program.

Vehicle Simulator has a much denser scenery than these two programs, an excellent physical simulation, and
a totally flexible vehicle design.

Vehicle Simulator includes a built in scenery and vehicle design, making it much simpler for users to create and share content than
ever before.


Copyright Ilan Papini 2019 (c)


Vehicle Simulator Screen shots



A4 Skyhawk

Cierva C30

V22 Osprey

Hinckley

Athenat

Musquidobit

Vehicle Simulator news

10/11/19 The Bike Beta by Pascal Dumat was added, download from Vehicles Section


09/08/19 Version 2.7.5 of Vehicle Simulator is updated, download from Update Section


12/04/19 Version 2.7.5 of Vehicle Simulator supports Oculus Rift, download from Update Section


30/03/19 Version 2.7.5 of Vehicle Simulator is updated, download from Update Section


18/08/18 Version 2.7.4 of Vehicle Simulator is updated, download from Update Section


23/05/18 Version 2.7.3 of Vehicle Simulator is updated, download from Update Section


16/05/18 Version 2.7.2 of Vehicle Simulator is updated, download from Update Section


27/04/18 Version 2.7.0 of Vehicle Simulator is updated, download from Update Section


05/02/18 Version 2.6.5 of Vehicle Simulator is updated, download from Update Section


15/05/17 Version 2.6.5 of Vehicle Simulator is updated, download from Update Section


13/03/17 Version 2.6.4 Ex of Vehicle Simulator is updated, download from Update Section


08/02/17 Version 2.6.4 of Vehicle Simulator is updated,
download from Update Section


09/01/17 Version 2.6.4 of Vehicle Simulator is updated,
download from Update Section


28/12/16 Version 2.6.4 of Vehicle Simulator is available,
download from Update Section


28/04/16 Version 2.6.3 of Vehicle Simulator is updated,
download from Update Section


02/03/16 Version 2.6.3 of Vehicle Simulator is updated,
download from Update Section


25/02/16 Version 2.6.3 of Vehicle Simulator is available,
download from Update Section


12/12/15 Version 2.6.2 of Vehicle Simulator is available,
download from Update Section


16/08/14 Version 2.6.0 of Vehicle Simulator is available,
download from Update Section


16/06/14 Version 2.5.8 of Vehicle Simulator is available,
download from Update Section


10/03/14 Version 2.5.6 of Vehicle Simulator is available,
download from Update Section


05/02/14 Version 2.5.5 of Vehicle Simulator is available,
download from Update Section


29/09/13 Version 2.5.3 of Vehicle Simulator is available,
download from Update Section


16/02/13 Version 2.5.2 of Vehicle Simulator was updated,
download from Update Section

Mar
29

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: The History of Transportation

Planes, Trains and Automobiles:

Before every other form of transportation, humans traveled on foot. Can you imagine walking from New York City to Los Angeles? Fortunately, human beings learned to use animals such as donkeys, horses and camels for transportation from 4000 BC to 3000 BC. In 3500 BC, the wheel was invented in Iraq and the first wheel was made from wood. Initially, a canoe-like structure was used for water transportation, which was built by burning logs and digging out the burned wood. In 3100BC, the sailing boat was invented by Egyptians while the Romans built roads across Europe. During the Industrial Revolution, the first modern highway was developed by John Loudon McAdam.

In the 17th and 18th century, many new modes of transportation were invented such as bicycles, trains, motor cars, trucks, airplanes, and trams. In 1906, the first car was developed with an internal combustion engine. Many types of transportation systems such as boats, trains, airplanes, and automobiles were based on the internal combustion engine.

The three leading automobile companies in the US in the 1920s were General Motors, Chrysler, and Ford. Furthermore, several styles of automobiles were produced such as the two doors, small, large, sports cars, and luxury cars. Presently, the latest car models have integrated improved standardization, computer aided systems, and platform sharing. The modern railroad system uses remote control for traffic lights and movement of traffic, capable of speeds of more than 570 km/hr.

History of Airplanes

The Wright Brothers were the first to develop a sustained and powered aircraft in 1902. Earlier, an unmanned helicopter powered by a steam engine was developed in 1877 by Enrico Forlanini. Later, bomber aircrafts such as Lancaster and B-29 were designed, and the first commercial jet airline was flown by British pilot De Havilland Comet. Today, commercial aircrafts can fly at the speed of 960 km/hr, transporting people at a lower cost in less time. Currently, unmanned remote controlled aircraft such as Global Hawk is used in military operations.

History of Trains

Trains are connected vehicles which run on rails. They are powered by steam, electricity or diesel. The steam engine is mostly fueled by coal, wood or oil. The first steam powered engine to be used in trains was introduced by James Watt, a Scottish inventor. The first rail transportation was used to move coal from mines to rivers.

The modern rail system was developed in England in 1820, progressing to steam locomotives. In 1825, Stockton and Darlington Railways opened and underground railway was first built in 1863 in London. In 1880, electric trains and the trams were developed. Today, most of the steam locomotives have been replaced by diesel. The fastest commercial High Speed Rail trains which use magnetic levitation technology can go up to 431 km/hr.

History of Automobiles

Automobiles based on internal combustion engine were first patented by Jean Lenoir of France in 1860. The first gasoline powered automobile was developed by Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz in 1885. Modern

Mar
29

The Evolution of Transportation

The evolution of transportation, just like the evolution of humankind, has gone through trials and tribulations as it has evolved through time.

It has ebbed and flowed, overcoming challenges to grow to ever-increasing levels of complexity and efficiency. Today, we often take for granted our ability to get from one place to another, nearby or distant. We expect to get there, but don’t often reflect on how, and we suppose, more than we actually know, how we move from one location to another. But throughout history, we have had to slowly but surely, painstakingly evolve our means of transportation to where it is today.

Many modes of transport have evolved and many more have gone extinct. The modes of our transportation have developed alongside the expansion of our human understanding and culture. Our greatest demands and challenges have, in turn, initiated our greatest inventive feats that have taken us from where we have come to where we intend to go. Transportation technology has been the key to our most powerful sociological and teleological growth. And as it has done so in the distant past, it will continue to do so into the distant future.

During the stone age of antiquity, we walked and ran upon the solid earth and swam and floated in dugout canoes upon the liquid rivers or seas. By 3500 BC, we began using wheeled carts and river boats. By 3100 BC, we tamed horses to assist our way. By 2000 BC, we built chariots. By 600 BC, we built wagons. By 332 BC, we built submersibles. By 312 BC, we built miles of paved roads. By 236 BC, we constructed our first elevators. By 214 BC, we built canals. By 200 BC, we constructed manned kites to fly.

During the middle ages in the 800s, we paved streets with tar.

During the 13th century, by the late 1200s, we invented sky-flying rockets.

During the 15th century, by the later 1400s, we built advanced sailing ships to cross entire oceans.

During the 16th century, we began using horse-powered rails of wood and stone.

During the 17th century, by 1620, we launched the first oar-propelled submarine. By 1662, we invented the horse-drawn bus. By 1672, we built the first steam-powered car.

During the 18th century, by 1740, we invented the foot-and-hand-powered carriage. By 1769, we experimented with the steam-driven artillery tractor. By 1760, we used iron rails. By 1776, we propelled submarines by screws. By 1783, we launched the first hot air and hydrogen balloons. By 1784, we built a steam carriage.

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During the 19th century, by 1801, we ran steam road locomotives. By 1803, we ran commercial steam carriages and steamboats. By 1804, we built steam-powered railway locomotives and amphibious vehicles. By 1807, we used hydrogen-powered internal combustion engines in boats and road vehicles. By 1816, we invented bicycles. By 1820, we used steam locomotives on rails. By 1821, we used steam-powered monorails. By 1825, we began using steam-powered passenger carriages. By 1838, we built the first

Mar
29

The Guild of Automotive Restorers

ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC CARS – RESTORATION, SALES & SERVICE

The Guild has been in business for over twenty-five years and has in that time become a world leader in the art of restoring and maintaining all classic, antique and exotic automobiles.

While we are intensely proud of our world-renowned creations like the Bugatti Aerolithe which won International Historical Car of the Year in 2013 and Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Pinin Speciale which took a top award at Villa D’Este, Lake Como, Italy, we are equally proud of the work we do on a daily basis.

That work ranges in scope from simple tune-ups for cars venturing out after a winter’s storage to engine rebuilds and complete mechanical service.

Of course, comprehensive ground up restorations are our bread and butter and we have over two thousand projects under our belts. Among those two thousand plus vehicles, you find VW Bugs, Ferrari supercars, lots of American Muscle and great thirties classics. There are examples of pretty much everything else built with wheels as well.

(Currently filming Season 6)

David Grainger - Restoration Garage

Eccentric entrepreneur David Grainger might like to fly planes, ride horses and race boats but his true love has led him to one career and there is nothing blue-collar about it. At The Guild of Automotive Restorers, David Grainger and his team save the world’s rarest classic vehicles. From re-building a one-of-a-kind turn of the century French De Dion, to recreating the multi million dollar Bugatti Aerolithe or by getting the engine of a 1969 Plymouth GTX roaring back to life.

David’s crew of automobile mavericks turn rust into gold and deal with all the dents along the way. However, it is not just about the cars. David scours the planet’s most elite auctions with friend and investment partner Larry Burns. They often bring back four wheeled gems to fix-and-flip. Shop manager Greg Bowler keeps the restoration garage machine running smoothly.

TVGuild Garage (Canada) or Restoration Garage (US)

BugatchiAND for all those people who have been asking…David’s shirts are tailored by Bugatchi (Seasons 4 & 5)
Robert Graham (Season 3)

 

 

Classic Car Sales

We sell cars with the same attention to detail that we use in our restoration. Cars are marketed worldwide and we have no problem shipping anywhere on the globe. Our inventory is always rotating so keep an eye on this section – as you never know when your dream car could pop up for sale!

We aim to make all transactions perfectly transparent for both parties. Providing documents, photographs and accurate descriptions of all aspects of the vehicle we’ll help you make an informed decision and avoid surprises on delivery. If there is anything unanswered please don’t hesitate to reach out and ask. We are here to make your purchase as painless as possible.

Browse our selection of antique and classic cars for sale…

Browse our Online Store for other merchandise…

Mar
29

Car Wash Equipment Supplier | Sonny’s The CarWash Factory

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Mar
29

Vehicles statistics – GOV.UK

Published 7 January 2013

Last updated 19 December 2019
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  1. Collection page updated for vehicle licensing statistics, July to September 2019.

  2. Vehicle excise duty evasion statistics 2019 report published.

  3. Updated collection page for ‘Vehicle licensing statistics: April to June 2019’

  4. New release published – Vehicle licensing statistics: January to March 2019.

  5. New annual release published.

  6. New vehicle licensing quarterly release published for July to September 2018.

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  15. Note about Table 0209 added to vehicle licensing section.

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