The urge to rev your engines and sail down the road are hard to resist after a long winter of cautious driving. This is a difficult urge to ignore, but it is imperative you do – just because the snow and ice are gone, doesn’t mean the hazards are. Statistically speaking, you are more likely to have a weather related accident due to wet slippery pavement – such as the slick roads in the spring. State Farm wants you to Drive into spring with wet weather wisdom and they have some helpful tips. A spring check of tires for wear and lost pressure is a must – your car is only as good as your tires. Slick roads mean a need for longer stopping distances and bald, worn tires will spin and slide on the wet road.
Bugatti presented an exclusive version of the famous model Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse named Ettore Bugatti Legend Edition. We can just admire to this beautiful car!
The Swedish company Radical Innovation or simply Radinn created a surfboard and wakeboarding with built-in motor. Board of lightweight carbon fiber, weighing just 29 kg is capable of speeds up to 46 km / h, regardless of the presence of water waves. Price per board – $ 20,000.
Kim Holst is talented Danish Architect. In between projects, he managed to create beautiful wooden summer house somewhere in Denmark. You can visit his website for much more projects and pictures.
One of the main benefits of walking when it comes to your health is that it is a simple,cheap and the effective way of burning calories. While most of the benefits of walking are physically health-related, there are some mental benefits of walking too. Here are 6 benefits of walking to improve your health.
Food artist Anna Keville Joyce and the photographer Agustín Nieto joined together on a series of landscape food art series that portrays four different capitals of Eastern Europe: Prague, Budapest, Bucharest and Warsaw. It’s the shame there are no more pictures and cities in this delicious series.
Check out new clever and interesting street art gallery of famous French artist OaKoAk.