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Airbags: Perfecting the Technology

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621

Takata Corporation, founded in Japan over 70 years ago, is dedicated to being the leading automotive ‘safety supplier’ in the world.  With annual sales in billions of dollars and a customer list including most automakers, few would deny it this accolade.

Driving in Your Four Wheel Entertainment Centre

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620

In both Canada and the United States, the relatively recent laws controlling the use of electronic communications devices while driving are enacted on a province-by-province, state-by-state basis. All Canadian provinces and territories now have such laws; this past week, Oklahoma was the latest to join 45 other US states and Washington DC in enacting such laws, effective in that state in November 2015.

The Flying Car?

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619

Friedrichshafen, a university city in Southern Germany hosts the annual ‘AERO Friedrichshafen’ a global aviation show, this year held recently in mid-April. As home to the famous Zeppelin dirigible factory established in the late 19th century, the Maybach aviation company, which became an automobile manufacturer after the First World War, and Dornier Flugzeugwerke, a prominent aircraft manufacturer that in the 1980s was parented by Daimler-Benz, Friedrichshafen is the ideal host city for such an exhibition.

Very Long and Very Safe Bridges

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618

Episode One of a currently popular film series, “The Bridge” begins with a nighttime close up on the Øresund Bridge—a ‘body’ carefully placed over the line on the bridge marking the border between Denmark and Sweden.

Strange Car Ads

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617

In 1980, in a small German town in Lower Saxony, three young musicians formed a band called “Trio” that produced over its five year lifespan a number of albums but only one well known song “Da da da, ich lieb dich nicht, du liebst mich nicht, aha aha aha (Da da da I Don’t Love You You Don’t Love Me Aha Aha Aha) usually called “Da Da Da.” Da Da Da links to the name of an early 20th century avant-garde art movement, Dadaism that was anti-art.

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