“It’s not like Barbados manufactures these parts and we choose to buy them outside. You have no choice most of the time and for OEM (original equipment manufacturer) parts, you find the manufacturers here are too expensive . . . . So it’s stuff like that that hinders progress.”
If you’re unable to buy car insurance on the voluntary market due to a spotty driving record or other factors, an insurance agent can submit an application for you to the Massachusetts Automobile Insurance Plan . This is the system for providing insurance to risky drivers. All car insurers in Massachusetts must take a portion of the state’s high-risk drivers.
If you don’t have an index defined, MongoDB must sort the result itself, and this can be problematic when analyzing a large set of returned documents. The database imposes a 32MB memory limit on sorting operations and, in my experience, 1,000 relatively small documents is enough to push it over the edge. MongoDB won’t necessarily return an error — just an empty set of records.
Typical of the GS line, the G 650 is highly customizable with plenty of accessories available from BMW to make it a bike capable of globetrotting. Suspension can be lowered by BMW, and various seats allow for a wide variety of inseams.
Performance Comparison (Diesel) Toyota Innova Crysta Mahindra XUV500 Maruti Ertiga Tata Safari Storme Power 147.8bhp@3400rpm 140bhp@3750rpm 88.5bhp@4000rpm 154bhp@4000rpm Torque (Nm) 343Nm@1400-2800rpm 330Nm@1600-2800rpm 200Nm@1750rpm 400Nm@1750-2500rpm Engine Displacement (cc) 2393 cc 2179 cc 1248 cc 2179 cc Transmission Manual Manual Manual Manual Top Speed (kmph) 185 Kmph 160 kmph 160 Kmph 0-100 Acceleration (sec) 10 Seconds 13.3 Seconds 12.8 Seconds Kerb Weight (kg) 1815kg null 1260kg – Fuel Efficiency (ARAI) 13.68kmpl 16.0kmpl 24.52kmpl 14.1kmpl Power Weight Ratio 81.43bhp/ton – 70.23bhp/ton –
I was in the Air Force & am all too familiar with the “lemon lots”. I was never stationed in Japan but did do some overseas assignments overseas & yeah, it was no big deal to just buy something cheap on the lemon lot, use it, sell it for something else, move on. I’m not sure if this is a problem in Japan but on many military bases abandoned vehicles are another big issue. If military members can’t sell their car, or if the cars have too many problems they’ll either give them away or simply abandon them with or without the keys in them. Eventually they’ll be discovered or considered abandoned & auctioned off or junked if they’re in really bad shape. When I was stationed in Hawaii, I knew a guy who had a ’95 Corsica & a super low-mileage ’58 Impala. When he got orders & was reassigned to San Antonio, TX he of course shipped the Impala to Texas with him(if stationed anywhere besides Japan, the US Government will ship 1 vehicle per military member free of charge). Meanwhile, he had no luck selling or even giving away the Corsica (even young, broke military members didn’t want to be seen driving such a car!)so when he left it in a parking lot where it sat under a tree for 9 months. Keys & all. eventually it got so full of sap that people noticed it was there way too long & got corralled with other abandoned cars for auction.
That’s the theory, but as for now, the reality sets some more basic challenges, like how to control this thing. It’s like trying to tame a lion—from the inside. As there’s only one centrally mounted seat in the cabin (a second one on the side is an option, here absent), I can count only on myself. The conditions aren’t helping me. As the engine is bolted directly onto the floor, it transmits vibrations and shrilling noise directly to the rock-hard seat. Still, it’s nothing compared to the beating the driver takes from changing the gears through the extreme Hewland six-speed pneumatically actuated sequential. You thought shifting in an Aventador is dramatic? Well, that’s sweet. Praga’s gearbox hisses and shakes the whole car with each gear change, leaving me scared and even more confused. The gearbox’s knocks would be less intrusive at the lower revs, but the R1 doesn’t like to be driven by the timid. The engine has to be revved up to the stratospheric levels without mercy or it will quickly warn you it’s getting too cold. The svelte slicks need to be pushed hard or they will lose grip. It’s an “all or nothing” attitude: The car is made to work only at 101 percent commitment of a skilled racing driver in extreme conditions of a racing track. R1 is a professional tool, and that makes some things really difficult. From the vast collection of the performance cars that I was lucky enough to drive, the sensation of driving the R1 reminds me most of that of BAC Mono. It’s based on a similar formula-turned-to-a-car concept, but one thing that sets them apart is aerodynamics. While BAC’s engineers chose to rely mostly on the mechanical grip, much easier to exploit, the R1, like the Radical, Caparo, or any other car with a huge rear wing that is there to create downforce. It doesn’t just look like a race car; it works only when you go beyond your comfort zone and dive into corners at frenetic speed. Go too slow and you’ll crash into the barrier, but find that optimum pace and you’ll be rewarded with levels of grip alien even to the drivers of La Ferraris, Koenigseggs, and McLarens.
Company: Rancon Motors Limited (General Distributor of Daimler AG in Bangladesh) Model name : Mercedes-Benz C-Class Model grades : C200 Engine capacity : 1991cc Horsepower : 184/300 Nm Drivetrain layout : Rear Wheel Drive/7-G tronic auto Starting price : T.B.A. Warranty type and period : 24 months from the date of delivery without mileage limitation