Mercedes test drive day - choosing my 2nd FM World Mercedes car

author Sharon Howat   4 мес. назад

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5 BMW Facts For BMW Owners

5 Unknown BMW Facts - Even BMW Owners Don't Normally Know These Normally, BMW owners won't know about these specific things related to their car. I give you 5 facts that I think are pretty interesting and also that I think you don't know about. Of course, let me know if you have another fact or if you know all of these! One of the most interesting facts I talk about is the BMW logo. I don't think there are many people who've taken time to explain the BMW logo, and there's definitely not many that talk about the BMW logo's meaning and/or story. There are a lot of misconceptions out there related to the #BMWlogo, and this video clears those up for you. The BMW brand has a lot of history. The cars are designed well, and have been designed consistently for many years. In fact, in this video I talk about the first straight-6 engine design back in 1933 for the BMW 303. There are also a ton of design and style decisions that are part of the BMW brand. These are things that you'll find on almost every #BMW car. In any case, these are 5 great #BMWFacts that you'll want to know, especially if you love BMWs. Now go ahead and SMASH that SUBSCRIBE button and stay tuned for the next great video from Mark Holubetz at ExoticCar PlayPlace. We are always looking for supercars to drive and review, so if you would like to see your special toy on the big screen, please contact via Private Message, and we can make arrangements. Send Note to : Join along and tell us in the comments if you agree or not. Please see more from my Youtube channel Shop on my Clothing and Merchandise store for the latest Exotic Car Gear: TWITTER - @Exoticcarplaypl - FACEBOOK - - INSTAGRAM - @Exoticcar_Playplace -

How to Start a Speech

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60 Second Driver - Passing on a Highway

Passing slower moving vehicles on a highway is a common occurrence. But passing at high speeds can be dangerous so it’s important to understand how to pass safely. First check that you are allowed to pass. If there are double solid lines on the road, you must wait for a broken line before you pass. Check your mirrors and complete a shoulder check to see if you can change lanes safely. If the lane is clear, put on your signal. Check again and then proceed to change lanes if safe and pass the other vehicle. Remember – it is against the law to exceed the speed limit even when passing. Once the vehicle you are passing is visible in your rearview mirror, shoulder check and signal before returning to the other lane when safe. On a two-lane highway, be extra cautious as you must also watch for on-coming traffic. And remember, slower moving vehicles should stay in the far right lane. A message brought to you by Manitoba Public Insurance, in partnership with CTV.

Comparing the cost of new and used cars

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How to deal with roundabouts driving lesson: Easy to understand UK roundabouts

How to do roundabouts & understand roundabouts rules at A brief guide on how to do UK roundabouts driving lesson. When to go on a roundabout? What lane do you need on a roundabout? How to approach a roundabout? These are all common questions when it comes to understanding roundabouts and negotiating UK roundabouts and they're all answered in this video on dealing with roundabouts. We also show you how to negotiate mini-roundabouts and give you driving test tips along the way. If you're looking for help on how to do roundabouts then hopefully this video will give you the driving test tips that you need in understanding roundabouts. In some countries roundabouts are called traffic circles. If you're looking at how to deal with traffic circles in the UK then this video will help. Turning left, 1st exit at the roundabout: Keep in the left hand lane. Check mirrors, signal left. Give way to the right. Once you're on the roundabout and about to exit then check mirrors again, keep the left signal on to exit the roundabout. Follow the road ahead, 2nd exit. Keep in the left hand lane (unless signs or road markings tell you otherwise). No signal needed. Once it's clear to the right then go and keep in the left hand lane (unless road markings or signs tell you otherwise). Before leaving the roundabout, check mirrors, signal left and then exit. Turn right, 3rd exit. Check mirrors, signal right and approach in the right hand lane. Give way to the right. Once it's clear then keep in the right hand lane. Before leaving the roundabout make sure that you check your mirrors, signal left and then exit. Hesitation at roundabouts is common. In one of the sections of this video we show you opportunities and examples of when to get onto a roundabout and which lane you'll need. These are only examples of ways to avoid hesitating at roundabouts, only go when you feel it's safe. Taking the wrong opportunity can be dangerous, so be careful. ☕️ Buy us a coffee This video was made to help YOU with your driving. This video might help a new or learner driver. You might also find this useful if you're visiting the UK from abroad and want to know about driving in the UK. If this has been useful then please give us a 'thumbs up' like. Please leave your experiences on roundabouts in the comments section below. Please subscribe for our latest videos and give us a thumbs up like if this video has helped you as it helps us to make more videos. If you're learning to drive then make sure that you get professional help from a fully qualified driving instructor. This video is NOT an alternative to professional driving lessons and is only a rough guide. This video was filmed in the UK. Laws and rules in your country may vary. Videos aren't a substitute for real life driving experience in a safe environment. While World Driving aims to provide accurate and up to date information we cannot guarantee at any time that all the information is up to date and accurate. The makers of this video cannot accept liability for misleading or inaccurate information or omissions in information given to us by external information providers. This includes, but is not by way of limitation: ■ any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose ■ any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information ■ any decision made or action taken or not taken in reliance upon the information. World Driving copyright 2014 ©

When you build a successful team with FM World (and any country), you can qualify for an allowance to get a gorgeous Mercedes car. I have been lucky enough to have qualified for 3 cars since I started my FM business and the first one was a Peugeot at 6 months from starting a team I then achieved a Mercedes A class for reaching Pearl Orchid level and then went the Mercedes C class for achieving Amaranth Orchid Level - but I do love my A class!! So today I got to test drive my 2nd Mercedes FM car as my current one needs upgrading soon, and this was what I drove today a gorgeous AMG A Class and an automatic!!!

I do love the A Class!

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