Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts In The World.


  1. The rising sun - $200 Million

David Geffen's large yacht has a basketball court in it which can also be used as a helicopter landing pad, a movie theatre, a wine cellar and a total of 82 rooms scattered across five floors, all filled to the brim with opulence.


  1. Seven Seas - $200 Million

Built by a Dutch company called Oceancom the Seven Seas can accommodate 12 guests across a series of seven spectacular suites which act as double cabins. It has an opulent ... Read more

Posted on January 2017,24   // Author: Admin  

Disc Brakes and Types.

Disc Brakes.

The rotor (disc) is a one-piece casting with cooling fins between the two braking surfaces. This enables air to circulate between the braking surfaces making them less sensitive to heat buildup and more resistant to fade. Dirt and water do not affect braking action since contaminants are thrown off by the centrifugal action of the rotor (disc) or scrapped off by the pads. All disc brakes are inherently self-adjusting.

There are 3 general types of disc brake:
- A fixed caliper: It uses one or two pistons mounted on each side of the rotor ( in each side of the caliper). The caliper is mounted rigidly and ... Read more

Posted on January 2017,23   // Author: Admin  

ThrowBack Thursday: Datsun 510

Launched in October 1967, it was one of the most comprehensive Bluebird ranges in body styles: a two-door sedan (added in June 1968), a four-door sedan, a five-door station wagon, and a two-door coupé (added in November 1968). This range became famous for Nissan's rallying successes outside Japan and paved the way for greater Nissan sales internationally. The Datsun 510 was a series of the Datsun Bluebird sold from 1968 to 1973, and offered outside the U.S. and Canada as the Datsun 1600. According to AutoWeek's G.D. Levy, the 510 has often been called the "poor man's BMW."

Manufacturer Nissan
Also calle... Read more

Posted on January 2017,19   // Author: Admin  

Venture: An Entrepreneur’s Journey — A Synopsis


“Venture: An Entrepreneur’s Journey” welcomes viewers into the entrepreneurial journey of a group of African entrepreneurs. The documentary begins at President Obama’s 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), hosted in Nairobi, Kenya and follows the stories of four African entrepreneurs, the winners from DEMO Africa 2015, from the continent to Silicon Valley in 2016. To provide some context, DEMO Africa is a flagship initiative of LIONS@FRICA and a continent-wide venture launc... Read more

Posted on January 2017,19   // Author: Admin  

See this car? It was designed by a woman.

How'd you know if your car was designed by a man or a woman? You've likely never thought about it and you probably can't tell. A very good look at the sporty Acura NSX, can you tell it was designed by a woman? Or the Honda mninvan by a Man?

The Acura's red-hot halo sports car, the NSX, is arguably the most important vehicle that brand will introduce this year as a 2017 model.

It's a raucous macho car, both in its angular design and blisteringly fast performance. And the fact that Acura chose Michelle Christensen as top dog for the NSX's exterior speaks volumes about inroads women are finally making at the upper ech... Read more

Posted on January 2017,18   // Author: Admin  

How To Choose Between a Car with Automatic or Manual Transmission

Getting a new car, the most essential thing is to be enlightened beforehand so you'll know the differences between a manual and an automatic transmission.

1. Understand The Basics.
The automatic transmission's primary job is to allow the engine to operate in its narrow range of speeds while providing a wide range of output speeds.
If you wanted a top speed of 80 mph (130 km/h elsewhere), then the gear ratio would be similar to fourth gear in most manual transmission cars. You’ve probably never tried driving a manual transmission car using only fourth gear. If you did, you would quickly find out that you had almos... Read more

Posted on January 2017,17   // Author: Admin  

5 Signs That You Need a New Fuel Filter.

This is one of those basic maintenance things. While it's easy to put off, it's necessary, and absolutely worth it, to get it taken care of. If your fuel flow becomes reduced because foreign particles are not being filtered out, then you will risk reducing your engine's performance, as it won't be able to freely draw fuel, as it so desires. So, be sure you are mindful of signs that it's time to replace the filter. Here are five of those signs.

Shaky engine idling

If you're sitting at a stop light and the engine is feeling all herky-jerky, then this could mean that you're experiencing some kind o... Read more

Posted on January 2017,16   // Author: Admin  

Throwback Thursday

If you ever drove or was driven in any beetle car...LIKE

Red Volkswagen Beetle Car parked by a street. The Volkswagen Beetle or the Volkswagen Bug was manufactured by German car maker Volkswagen. Production began in 1938 and continued until 2003, by which time over 21 million had been produced around the world. It was indeed a force to reckon with in its TIME.

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Posted on January 2017,12   // Author: Admin  


Evelyn Okondugba Solomon is a driver. She expresses her passion for driving through her work. Being a single mother herself, she strives to support abused women and single mothers. She owns a restaurant and is also a PR/Marketing Consultant.


Growing up years ago, my mother made me do all chores and didn’t separate jobs for male and female children. My siblings and I were taught to do all chores so I was often told to wash my father’s car and my curiosity arose to learn to drive very early.

Meet Me

My name is Evelyn Okondugba-Solomon from Aniocha Sout... Read more

Posted on January 2017,11   // Author: Admin  

FRSC suspends booking on Fire Extinguishers Light/caution signs booking Clarification!


The Federal Road Safety Commission has asked the command to forthwith adhere to an earlier directive to suspend booking of motorists for fire extinguisher, light and caution sign violations.

In a memo dated Dec. 27, 2016, The Deputy Corps Marshal, Mr. Ojeme I. Ewhrudjakpor, frowned at the fact that motorists were still being booked for such offenses.

He said commanding officers should bring the content of the memo to the attention of their staff and ensure compliance. There has however been an update and calrification to the earlier directive as follows:

 UPDATE :  CLARIFICA... Read more

Posted on January 2017,09   // Author: Admin