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According to Inspector Maurice Poiner
Toyotas new Aurion Sportivo SX6 and prodigy V6 will join the Queensland Police Service fleet of operational and support vehicles. Queensland Police has chosen the Aurion after undertaking extensive tests at its Mount Cotton driver training centre.

Toyota has provided their Aurion for testing to Queensland Police prior to the cars official launching. This has provided the Queensland Police the opportunity to evaluate the cars various abilities especially in terms of braking, cornering and handling performance. The Queensland Police was also able to test the Aurions compatibility for internal fittings, lights and sirens.

According to Inspector Maurice Poiner, Queensland Polices Officer in Charge of Transport, the Aurion provided the service with an alternative to the V6 that they traditionally select. He further stated, "We were very interested in looking at the Aurion when we first heard about it. In testing it was very well received by the members of the driver training unit. It met all our needs. Therefore, we are more than willing to put it in the field."

Inspector Poiner also pointed out that the Aurions front-wheel drive design with Vehicle Stability Control, Traction Control and anti-lock brakes with Brake Assist made it suitable to the grueling police work.

"The front-wheel drive Aurion meets the demands of police work and has a number of advantages in high density public areas."

The Sportivo SX6 will be used in both marked and unmarked roles while the Prodigy will be utilized for non-active police duties. The Aurion brake shoe manufacturers police cars have a strong on-road presence and the Queensland Polices selection was a great endorsement for Toyotas new model as stated by Toyota Queensland Government Fleet Sales Manager Les Calvert. The addition of Aurion has widened the array of Queensland Police existing Toyota fleet that includes HiLux, HiAce, Coaster and LandCruiser 70, 100 and Prado.

About Toyota

Toyota Motor Corporation is a multinational corporation and now the worlds second largest automaker in terms of sales of its half owned subsidiary Daihatsu, making automobiles, trucks, buses, robots, quality auto parts like Toyota outer tie rod and providing financial services based in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. ToMoCo also ranked eight in the world when it comes to revenue.
Many bikes come with basic tool kits
When you ride a bike you want to be safe. Bicycle riders are a part of the traffic stream since more people ride bikes as a form of transportation. Here are seven ways to stay safe when you set out on your
 
Carry a tool kit with you. Many bikes come with basic tool kits. You might need to add a few things but your tool kit needs to contain items to get you going again to reach an brake pad manufacturers area where you can get help.Become familiar with the tools and how to use them before your first ride.Remember to be safe when you set out on your bike ride. You want to have an enjoyable time away from danger.
When you ride a bike you want to be safe
When you ride a bike you want to be safe. Bicycle riders are a part of the traffic stream since more people ride bikes as a form of transportation. Here are seven ways to stay safe when you set out on your

ride.

1. Check out your bike. When you roll your bike out of the garage or wherever you have it stored, take a quick look at your bike. Are the brake pads making contact with the rim and not the rubber of the

wheel? Are the gears moving easily? Is any part of the frame rusty or bent? Any problem with your bike can make you a danger on the road to yourself and others.

2. Attach reflectors to your bike. Many bike accidents occur at dusk or at night because riders are not easily visible to car drivers. With reflectors, a cars headlights can spot them and keep you from being

the next casualty. Place them on the front and back wheels attached to the spokes and on the front and back of the frame.

3. Wear a helmet. This point cant be stressed enough. Broken bones can be fixed but a broken brain is another matter entirely. Head injuries are nearly always fatal when talking about bike and motorcycle

accidents. All bike riders need a properly fitting helmet to protect their head.

4. Wear light colored clothing or a reflective vest. What if you happen to encounter issues and need to repair your bike? Even car drivers are hard to see at night when changing a flat tire. Lighter colors

reflect light and are easier to see. It keeps you out of danger when riding at night.

5. Follow the same traffic laws as cars. At one point, bike riders were riding against the flow of traffic. People were afraid of being hit from behind so they wanted to see what was coming at them. The

problem with that is turning around corners or riding on roads without a paved shoulder can cause the rider to swerve into traffic and become a part of a head on collision with a car. Bike riders are

supposed to ride with traffic and to ride in the lane enough to prevent cars from trying to ride next to them.

6. Use hand signals. Even if you are in a turning lane, it is helpful to use bike hand signals to let car drivers know your intentions. A left turn is signaled by holding your left arm straight out. A right turn is

signaled with your left arm bent upwards at a ninety degree angle. To let drivers know that you are stopping, bend your left arm downwards at a ninety degree angle.

7. Carry a tool kit with you. Many bikes come with basic tool kits. You might need to add a few things but your tool kit needs to contain items to get you going again to reach an brake pad manufacturers area where you can get help.Become familiar with the tools and how to use them before your first ride.Remember to be safe when you set out on your bike ride. You want to have an enjoyable time away from danger.
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