Great Job Daiji. I wish we will get to read more articles on vintage cars. Thanks Rons Bantwal for the beauty pictures.
Thanks dear roy, today’s advanced technology has so occupied us that it does not give time and patience to read and understand two lines. Great,but unfortunate.
this is some news for me. good job daijiworld. keep up your good work.
mr,john..have u heard of electricity or biofuel? eureka right? technology is for us to advance and not take us back to the stone age. btw nice pics
Mobile revolution (excellent solutions) and auto-mobile evolution (only problems)Since the introduction of automobile engine, the wheels have been carrying the weights (of both bullock and cart), moving from a standstill position till the destination, pulling by force, with the help of automobile engine and expensive fuel. And the complement is health hazardous air pollution and peace disturbing sound pollution.If we use the bullock cart concept (without bullocks) along with the inclusion of rabbit/kangaroo style in vehicles, we can save 90% of fuel consumption, reduce 90% of air pollution and sound pollution. It is an option to make a revolutionary change in the land transport sector and to make a world of difference, with huge impact on society, economy and the environment.
If I'm not mistaken Herbertson Ltd belongs to UB Group of Late Vittal Mallya.
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