What are Vaporizers? Vaping and Vaporizers Discussed

April 7, 2013 by  
Filed under Health, Hobbies, Shopping

Electronic Vaporizers

Vaporizers are small electronic gadgets that deliver nicotine (or other chosen vapours) to simulate smoking. Vaporizers can be used in most places in the UK where smoking is banned, making them an attractive alternative to cigarettes for many smokers.

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Typical vaporizers, with a clear reservoir tank.

Vaporizers work in the same way as electronic cigarettes, but offer several Read more

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Driving Licence Points

February 14, 2013 by  
Filed under Motoring Law, Transport

Driving Licence Points And What You Should Do

Driving licence points system is one in which a driver’s licensing authority, police force, or other organization issues cumulative demerits, or driving licence points to drivers on conviction for road traffic offences  Points may either be added or subtracted, depending on the particular system in use. A major offence may lead to more than the maximum allowed points being issued.

Driving licence points are typically applied after  Read more

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Section 172 Road Traffic Act

February 14, 2013 by  
Filed under Motoring Law, Transport

Section 172 Road Traffic Act 1988

Section 172  road traffic act requires the registered keeper of a vehicle to supply the identity of a driver. Section 172 road traffic act notices should not be ignored, so read on.

If you fail to do this then the penalty is 6 points and a fine of up to £1,000. The court also has the power to impose a driving ban but rarely uses it preferring 6 points and large fines instead.

The police have 14 days to serve the registered keeper with an Read more

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Different Types of Drink Driving Offences in the UK?

February 13, 2013 by  
Filed under Transport

Drink Driving Offences

You are putting your licence and your job at risk by not knowing the law on the UK highways and roads.

To learn to drive in the UK you must first have a provisional licence otherwise you run the risk of getting court for driving without a driving licence and this you result in getting a ban from UK roads.With Safety as a number one priority on the roads endorsements are a necessary to keep drivers under control and Read more
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Downlights installation

February 8, 2013 by  
Filed under Home Improvements

All you need to know about Downlights

Downlights (or down lights) are a modern and elegant lighting option which compliment the décor of any room; recess mounted into the ceiling, they offer a discrete alternative to the traditional lamp shade or light fixture. Perfect for domestic or commercial use, downlights provide an unrivalled crisp, clear lighting ambience. There are already thousands of different downlights available on the market and with the arrival of the more Read more

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Conference Suite and Hospitality

February 4, 2013 by  
Filed under Days Out

Conference Suite and Hospitality’s suites

Conference suites or meeting rooms to provide the chance to train, sell or inform your guests away from the office. Overhead projectors, flip charts and all the necessary items to make your presentation professional and of course a limitless supply of tea and coffee!

Build Relationships Building relationships with conference suite organizers is a key element of all conference suite marketing strategies. Conference suite organizers can become regular clients if they feel that your facilities are suitable. Conference organizers work in the marketing departments of large companies that have a busy schedule of conferences and other events. They also work in companies specializing in Read more

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What Can you Eat on the Paleo Diet

February 4, 2013 by  
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Paleo Diet Foods

The hunter-gatherer diet is designed to remove modern foods from your diet. During the last 10,000 years, our diet has changed as modern intensive farming has grown. As a species, we used to eat very differently to the diet we now live on.

It was normal for hunter gatherers to eat foods from one food group at a time, so they might eat meat from an animal they caught one day, then the next they might have nuts they have found, or berries, or fruits. The important thing to note is that unlike our modern diet, cavemen from the Paleolithic era rarely mixed food groups during meals.

There is evidence that our stomachs are designed to process Read more

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Motorists Charged With Drug Driving

January 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Motoring Law

Drink driving and the legal alcohol limit

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Drink Driving if you are pulled over you should answer the officer’s questions honestly and accurately. Some of the questions the officer will ask you are for your benefit. If the officer asks if you have had an alcoholic drink over the past twenty minutes he/she is actually telling you that he will have to wait for twenty minutes before he carries out a test. This is because an officer has to wait until any residual traces of that alcohol which could affect the machine are gone. The same goes for any consumption such as food, smoking or using inhalers etc.

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Be obstructive. The officers are only doing their job which they will carry on with regardless of a person’s attitude. Most officers will try their best to make the process a smooth one for you but they also have the means to Read more

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Blog Traffic and how to Drive Blog traffic to Build your Blog

January 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Hobbies, Retirement, Work From Home

Building Blog traffic

From the moment you first decide to create a blog, you should be thinking about blog traffic and how you are going to get people to see your blog posts.

Blog traffic is the second most important ingredient after quality content. It is important that you have a blog strategy in place to drive blog traffic on a regular consistent basis. There are lots of ways of building your traffic, some better than others.

It is important that you don’t just Read more

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Section 172

January 18, 2013 by  
Filed under Motoring Law, Transport

Section 172 of the 1988 Road Traffic Act

Section 172 of the 1988 Road Traffic Act requires the registered keeper of a vehicle to supply the identity of a driver. Section 172 notices should not be ignored, so read on.

If you fail to do this then the penalty is 6 points and a fine of up to £1,000. The court also has the power to impose a driving ban but rarely uses it preferring 6 points and large fines instead.

The police have 14 days to serve the registered keeper with an NIP. If they don’t then the driver may have a defence to the offence that they are accused of. But this 14 day rule does not apply to Read more

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