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Cars Trains Planes and Lorries

Simply a collection of cars, planes, trains and lorries to entertain and perhaps educate - but this is not the BBC so mainly entertain.

DashCam UK Compilation 16

An everyday adventure on British roads

IVECO Stralis - SFT (Steve FrowenTransport) Coventry Warwickshire

BJ63 SEY.....AOG Specialist,seen here transporting front/cockpit section of ex RAF Kinloss HS Nimrod MR2 XV240,owned by Morayvia Nimrod Heritage Group.
Heading west on the M90 near Perth.

What's It Like Driving A Black Cab?

Geoff and Daniela take you for a behind the scenes look at London's iconic black cabs. They meet the people who sell, maintain and drive them. Geoff even get...

How to Change the Wiper Blades on Your Car

How to Change the Wiper Blades on Your Car. Wiper blades are made of rubber, so they naturally wear out after several months of wiping snow, rain and dust from your windshield. You could take your car to the mechanic to have them changed but that is very expensive. Why not change them yourself. It is quick and easy.

Cessna 182 take off

The Cessna aeroplane and its' various models are the work horse of private flying. They are relatively inexpansive, 'easy' to fly and very reliable, hence their popularity with air clubs. Here is a Cessna 182 taking off from what looks like an airport in the USA.

Last 1967 Victoria Line Train on the London Underground

After 43 years in service the '67 stock Victoria Line trains were replaced several years ago. . 30th June 2011 was the last scheduled serviced and this video documents two trips between Seven Sisters and Brixton. In 2017 of course we have much better and more comfortable rolling stock.

Inside Boeing’s 787 Factory

The Dreamliner’s quiet revolution starts inside the factory. The 787 is a very popular plane with many airlines including British Airways.

3D printing cuts 25% of parts from truck engines

Renault Trucks’ powertrain engineering department in Lyons, France, has focused on using metal additive manufacturing for engines.
3D printing is becoming more and more mainstream and the products are reliable enough for the challenge of powering heavy lorries safely. It saves money, lightens weigh and reduces diesel consumption. So a major win-win situation.

Driver cuts in front of a lorry, slams on brakes, gets rear-ended  

Trucker Dave Walker was travelling down the M62 near Leeds when a red Honda undercut him and slammed on the brakes. Dave was unable to stop his 44-tonne lorry in time and bumped into its back.

This story is a perfect demonstration of stupidity by the car driver who basically got what he deserved. Brake testing a vehicle 7x bigger than you really is not a good idea.

Trains at Rush Hour London Bridge (Southeastern) 07/07/2015

A large amount high frequency services in rush hour heading around the South East of England at London Bridge station in Central London.

Experience the joy of the rush hour from the comfort of your own home.

Reversing lorries. Making Big Stuff Go Backwards

Reversing lorries. "back her in drive" Mark Pritchard reversing a 44 ton articulated Volvo FH lorry in the UK. He knows how to reverse lorries and trailers with precision.