But an inoperative car horn can also be caused by a bad horn switch in your steering wheel, a broken “clock spring” under the steering wheel, a bum horn relay, a broken wire or a corroded ground. Here’s how to check the most likely suspects. Connect the opposite end to the positive battery terminal. Clip one end of a second test lead to the negative battery terminal. Touch the end of the second lead to the ground pin inside the horns connector. If your cars horn doesn’t sound, replace the horn.Read More »
French company reveals ‘world’s first flying motorcycle’ that transforms into £424,000 quadricopter in 60 seconds The powerful motorcycle can transition from ride to flying mode in around a minute A FRENCH company has revealed their impressive flying motorcycle, demonstrating the new vehicle for the first time. The Lazareth LMV 496 …Read More »
Look after your tyres and they’ll look after you It’s a well-known motoring truth that the tyres are the only points of contact between your vehicle and the road. All the more reason to make sure they’re in good condition. Check for bumps or cracks first – these are the …Read More »
COVID-19 has proven to be one of the most severe viruses of our lifetime. Naturally, it has become essential to take all necessary steps to reduce its spread by keeping surroundings coronavirus-free. However, you need to quarantine by reducing travel, practice social distancing for the next few weeks, and avoid …Read More »
Lockdown: Lagos governor orders release of impounded vehicles. The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has ordered that all vehicles impounded for minor offences since the commencement of the lockdown be released across the state. Mr Sanwo-Olu said all the vehicles should be given back to their respective owners without any fine …Read More »
Businesses reopen as Nigeria eases coronavirus lockdown Residents return to work for first time in more than 30 days after stringent measures were imposed to curb virus spread.
Businesses reopen as Nigeria eases coronavirus lockdown Residents return to work for first time in more than 30 days after stringent measures were imposed to curb virus spread. Passengers practice social distancing on a bus on the first day of the easing of lockdown measures in Lagos Commercial activities resumed …Read More »
The Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Ministry of Transportation, Mr. Oluseyi Whenu (middle) flanked by the Route Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Commander Rufus Olaosebikan (right); 1st Vice President Yellow Taxi/Cab Association, Mr. Ismail Adewole (left) and the Association General Secretary, Mr. Taiwo Omolekan during the Launch of Ekocab Mobile …Read More »
Search for passenger who jumped into Lagoon resumes on Tuesday The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency resumed on Tuesday the search for a 21-year-old man, Daibo Davies, who plunged into the Lagoon from the Third Mainland Bridge inward Adeniji Adele, Lagos Island. It had been reported that Davies, a resident …Read More »
Lady Caught With Taxi Driver ‘Doing It’ In His Car As Payment For Transportation. young lady has been caught with a taxi driver ‘doing it’ in a bid for her to pay for her transportation. A video sighted shows the Lady allowing a Taxi driver to ‘chop’ her ‘apple’ …Read More »
World’s first amphibious ice cream van sets sail on The Thames.The world’s first amphibious ice cream van set sail down the River Thames yesterday ahead of a UK tour.
The world’s first amphibious ice cream van set sail down the River Thames yesterday ahead of a UK tour. The ‘HMS Flake 99’ was specially commissioned by Fredericks, makers of Cadbury’s ice cream to mark National Ice Cream Week (30th May – 5th June). The vehicle brought a smile to …Read More »