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17 Jul 19
The inspiring blog 6937

Whether you are checking out a different city to get a family members vacation or to conduct any enterprise meeting, gonna a brand new place delivers new challenges before you. Though you are doing Considerably analysis and scheduling however exploring sites plus the lodge you booked is hard to find without the need of taking […]

16 Jul 19
an outdoor advocate

So I did it again, I signed my self up to a ridiculous activity that I had no intention of training for mainly because of peer pressure from my pals. Hot of the high of a spring marathon and looking for another physical challenge it was suggested we enter an open water swim. We found […]

16 Jul 19
Gone Travelling | travel blog

Jubilee Walkway The Jubilee walk in London gave me the opportunity to continue my love of all things London. Similar to the Thames path (See previous blogs) these marked walks are full of discovery. The capital has had many a famous person frequent these same buildings and roads and this is one of the attractions […]

16 Jul 19
Across the Continent: a Hitchhiker's Dreams

It’s an eerie feeling flying into a foreign port when you’re trying to get home. True, this option was 30 euros cheaper than Schiphol. The extra 400 kilometres hitching home seemed such a small price to pay. We walk out of the airport. Where to now? Our only option is through the parking lot. We […]

16 Jul 19

The Yeovilton Air Day has become a fixed point in our calendar. It’s great to meet up with so many friends, and many new ones too. I had an early start on Friday, setting off after an early breakfast to Shuttleworth, where the hired pickup was waiting, along with Chill. We hitched up and set […]

16 Jul 19
what is the best smartphone brand

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16 Jul 19
what is the best smartphone brand

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16 Jul 19
what is the best smartphone brand

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16 Jul 19
what is the best smartphone brand

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16 Jul 19
Insurance Edge

Friday afternoon will be the worst time to be on the road as commuters mix with holiday travellers.”

16 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

More than 13 million cars will flood motorways over the weekend as families hit the road for school holidays. The drivers should take off as early as Thursday to try to avoid significant delays. Research conducted by RAC and INRIX indicates that 13.4 million vehicles would be traveling on weekends. The British who will try […]

16 Jul 19
Beverley Thomas

Beverley Thomas’s Critical Research Journal for Falmouth University MA Photography This blog is being made as part of an accredited educational programme. (Week 6) 16/07/2019 “Hind Land is based on pedestrian walkways beneath London’s M25 motorway.” Hind Land Exhibition With thoughts moving towards exhibition spaces and potential places to display my work, I refer back […]

16 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
MORE than 13million cars will flood motorways over the weekend as families hit the road for school holidays. Drivers are expected to take off as early as Thursday in an attempt to dodge heavy delays. Research undertaken by the RAC and INRIX reveals 13.4million vehicles are estimated to take leisure journeys over the weekend. Brits attempting to leave early on Thursday will face severe delays between 1.45pm and 6.45pm due to an additional 3.7million motors on the road. The M40 south between J14 and J11 is set to have a 72-minute delay from 2.45pm, while drivers will get stuck in traffic for over an hour when travelling on the M5 south between J4 and J8 from 6.15pm. And traffic is expected to peak on Friday, with 5.3million additional cars expected to be on the road. [boxout headline=”Best and worst times to travel this weekend”]Thursday Best: After 8pm Worst: Between 1.45pm and 6.45pm Friday Best: After 8pm Worst: Between 11am and 6.45pm Saturday  Best: Before 9.30am or after 4.30pm Worst: Between 11am and 2pm Sunday  Best: Before 11am or after 8pm Worst: Between 1pm and 3pm Monday Best: After 7pm Worst: Between 11.30am and 6pm [/boxout] For those trying to beat the queues on Friday, congestion is expected to be at its worst between 11am and 6.45pm. Drivers are tipped to face an 89-minute delay on the M1 south between J16 and J6 from 7.45am, while anti-clockwise trips on the M25 between J4 and J1 will be almost an hour from 2.45pm. But there will be a slight reprieve on both days after 8pm, according to the data. Motorists can expect heavy congestion on Saturday between 11am and 2pm, with delays easing after 4.30pm. On Sunday, traffic will be at its worst between 1pm and 3pm, while roads on Monday will be packed from 11.30am. Sections of the M25 anticlockwise are also likely to be slow on both days until 6pm, with drivers encouraged to make their return trips before 11am or after 8pm. [boxout headline=”Tips for dealing with traffic jams “] Travel time: Most traffic queues are caused by too many cars on the same roads at the same time. If you can travel outside the peak times, you can easily miss them. Be prepared: Make sure you conduct all necessary service checks on your motor before you set off. Many summer breakdowns are avoidable – punctures for instance can be caused by a tyre that is in poor condition or just not inflated properly. And ageing batteries can struggle in lots of stop-start traffic. Keep it fresh: Hungry, thirsty or tired passengers are recipes for in-car irritability – and ‘carguments’. So when setting out, pack enough food and water to keep your passengers happy, and add in enough breaks along the way [/boxout] Ben Aldous of the RAC said: “The last thing any family wants is a breakdown spoiling the start of their summer holiday they’ve no doubt been looking forward to for a long time. “Traffic jams are pretty much guaranteed from the end of this weekend and, while it’s possible to predict where some of these will be, every summer we see extra delays caused by broken-down vehicles blocking lanes, leaving drivers faced with hours of frustration. “We therefore urge holidaymakers to heed the advice and spend just a few minutes checking the basics like oil, coolant and tyre tread and pressure on their cars before they get packed up. “Doing this could make the difference between a smooth and trouble-free journey, and one plagued by the stress and wasted time that comes from being broken-down at the roadside.” [article-rail-section title=”latest motors news” posts_category=”1474″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Richard Leonard, head of safety at Highways England, said: “Breakdowns are still too common. “We urge motorists to get behind the ‘check your vehicle day’ initiative this Friday and while we remind motorists to check their vehicles on a regular basis, this week is really important because schools are breaking up for summer and people are setting off for holidays and getaways. “By doing the correct checks, motorists can make sure they reach their destinations safely and keep us all moving.”
16 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
MORE than 13million cars will flood motorways over the weekend as families hit the road for school holidays. Drivers are expected to take off as early as Thursday in an attempt to dodge heavy delays. Research undertaken by the RAC and INRIX reveals 13.4million vehicles are estimated to take leisure journeys over the weekend. Brits attempting to leave early on Thursday will face severe delays between 1.45pm and 6.45pm due to an additional 3.7million motors on the road. The M40 south between J14 and J11 is set to have a 72-minute delay from 2.45pm, while drivers will get stuck in traffic for over an hour when travelling on the M5 south between J4 and J8 from 6.15pm. And traffic is expected to peak on Friday, with 5.3million additional cars expected to be on the road. [boxout headline=”Best and worst times to travel this weekend”]Thursday Best: After 8pm Worst: Between 1.45pm and 6.45pm Friday Best: After 8pm Worst: Between 11am and 6.45pm Saturday  Best: Before 9.30am or after 4.30pm Worst: Between 11am and 2pm Sunday  Best: Before 11am or after 8pm Worst: Between 1pm and 3pm Monday Best: After 7pm Worst: Between 11.30am and 6pm [/boxout] For those trying to beat the queues on Friday, congestion is expected to be at its worst between 11am and 6.45pm. Drivers are tipped to face an 89-minute delay on the M1 south between J16 and J6 from 7.45am, while anti-clockwise trips on the M25 between J4 and J1 will be almost an hour from 2.45pm. But there will be a slight reprieve on both days after 8pm, according to the data. Motorists can expect heavy congestion on Saturday between 11am and 2pm, with delays easing after 4.30pm. On Sunday, traffic will be at its worst between 1pm and 3pm, while roads on Monday will be packed from 11.30am. Sections of the M25 anticlockwise are also likely to be slow on both days until 6pm, with drivers encouraged to make their return trips before 11am or after 8pm. [boxout headline=”Tips for dealing with traffic jams “] Travel time: Most traffic queues are caused by too many cars on the same roads at the same time. If you can travel outside the peak times, you can easily miss them. Be prepared: Make sure you conduct all necessary service checks on your motor before you set off. Many summer breakdowns are avoidable – punctures for instance can be caused by a tyre that is in poor condition or just not inflated properly. And ageing batteries can struggle in lots of stop-start traffic. Keep it fresh: Hungry, thirsty or tired passengers are recipes for in-car irritability – and ‘carguments’. So when setting out, pack enough food and water to keep your passengers happy, and add in enough breaks along the way [/boxout] Ben Aldous of the RAC said: “The last thing any family wants is a breakdown spoiling the start of their summer holiday they’ve no doubt been looking forward to for a long time. “Traffic jams are pretty much guaranteed from the end of this weekend and, while it’s possible to predict where some of these will be, every summer we see extra delays caused by broken-down vehicles blocking lanes, leaving drivers faced with hours of frustration. “We therefore urge holidaymakers to heed the advice and spend just a few minutes checking the basics like oil, coolant and tyre tread and pressure on their cars before they get packed up. “Doing this could make the difference between a smooth and trouble-free journey, and one plagued by the stress and wasted time that comes from being broken-down at the roadside.” [article-rail-section title=”latest motors news” posts_category=”1590″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Richard Leonard, head of safety at Highways England, said: “Breakdowns are still too common. “We urge motorists to get behind the ‘check your vehicle day’ initiative this Friday and while we remind motorists to check their vehicles on a regular basis, this week is really important because schools are breaking up for summer and people are setting off for holidays and getaways. “By doing the correct checks, motorists can make sure they reach their destinations safely and keep us all moving.”
16 Jul 19
The Sun
MORE than 13million cars will flood motorways over the weekend as families hit the road for school holidays. Drivers are expected to take off as early as Thursday in an attempt to dodge heavy delays. Research undertaken by the RAC and INRIX reveals 13.4million vehicles are estimated to take leisure journeys over the weekend. Brits attempting to leave early on Thursday will face severe delays between 1.45pm and 6.45pm due to an additional 3.7million motors on the road. The M40 south between J14 and J11 is set to have a 72-minute delay from 2.45pm, while drivers will get stuck in traffic for over an hour when travelling on the M5 south between J4 and J8 from 6.15pm. And traffic is expected to peak on Friday, with 5.3million additional cars expected to be on the road. [boxout headline=”Best and worst times to travel this weekend”]Thursday Best: After 8pm Worst: Between 1.45pm and 6.45pm Friday Best: After 8pm Worst: Between 11am and 6.45pm Saturday  Best: Before 9.30am or after 4.30pm Worst: Between 11am and 2pm Sunday  Best: Before 11am or after 8pm Worst: Between 1pm and 3pm Monday Best: After 7pm Worst: Between 11.30am and 6pm [/boxout] For those trying to beat the queues on Friday, congestion is expected to be at its worst between 11am and 6.45pm. Drivers are tipped to face an 89-minute delay on the M1 south between J16 and J6 from 7.45am, while anti-clockwise trips on the M25 between J4 and J1 will be almost an hour from 2.45pm. But there will be a slight reprieve on both days after 8pm, according to the data. Motorists can expect heavy congestion on Saturday between 11am and 2pm, with delays easing after 4.30pm. On Sunday, traffic will be at its worst between 1pm and 3pm, while roads on Monday will be packed from 11.30am. Sections of the M25 anticlockwise are also likely to be slow on both days until 6pm, with drivers encouraged to make their return trips before 11am or after 8pm. [boxout headline=”Tips for dealing with traffic jams “] Travel time: Most traffic queues are caused by too many cars on the same roads at the same time. If you can travel outside the peak times, you can easily miss them. Be prepared: Make sure you conduct all necessary service checks on your motor before you set off. Many summer breakdowns are avoidable – punctures for instance can be caused by a tyre that is in poor condition or just not inflated properly. And ageing batteries can struggle in lots of stop-start traffic. Keep it fresh: Hungry, thirsty or tired passengers are recipes for in-car irritability – and ‘carguments’. So when setting out, pack enough food and water to keep your passengers happy, and add in enough breaks along the way [/boxout] Ben Aldous of the RAC said: “The last thing any family wants is a breakdown spoiling the start of their summer holiday they’ve no doubt been looking forward to for a long time. “Traffic jams are pretty much guaranteed from the end of this weekend and, while it’s possible to predict where some of these will be, every summer we see extra delays caused by broken-down vehicles blocking lanes, leaving drivers faced with hours of frustration. “We therefore urge holidaymakers to heed the advice and spend just a few minutes checking the basics like oil, coolant and tyre tread and pressure on their cars before they get packed up. “Doing this could make the difference between a smooth and trouble-free journey, and one plagued by the stress and wasted time that comes from being broken-down at the roadside.” [article-rail-section title=”latest motors news” posts_category=”9670″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Richard Leonard, head of safety at Highways England, said: “Breakdowns are still too common. “We urge motorists to get behind the ‘check your vehicle day’ initiative this Friday and while we remind motorists to check their vehicles on a regular basis, this week is really important because schools are breaking up for summer and people are setting off for holidays and getaways. “By doing the correct checks, motorists can make sure they reach their destinations safely and keep us all moving.”