Coca Cola Commercial Motorcycle Driver’s Licence

Originally intended as a patent medicine when it was invented in the late 19th century, Coca-Cola was bought out by businessman Asa Griggs Candler, whose marketing tactics led Coke to its dominance of the world soft drink market throughout the 20th century. Although faced with critiques of its health effects and various allegations of wrongdoing by the company, Coca-Cola has remained a popular soft drink to the present day.

A driver’s license (U.S., South Korea), driving licence (UK, Ireland, Hong Kong, Pakistan, India, Singapore, Malta), driver’s licence (Canada, Australia, [driver licence in Queensland], New Zealand), or operator’s license is an official document which states that a person may operate a motorized vehicle, such as a motorcycle, car, truck, or a bus. In some jurisdictions, driver’s licenses are issued after the recipient has passed a driving test, while in others, a person acquires a driver’s license before beginning to drive. (This is largely a matter of nomenclature – generally an official document by some name is required to undertake practical driving in either case.) Different categories of license may exist for different types of motor vehicles. The difficulty of the driving test may vary considerably between regions, as do prerequisites such as age restrictions and the required level of tuition.

Toyota Human Touch

Toyota Motor Corporation or Toyota Jidōsha Kabushiki-gaisha or Toyota is a Japanese multinational corporation and the world’s second largest automaker (including sales of its half owned subsidiary Daihatsu), making automobiles, trucks, buses and robots and providing financial services. Based in Toyota, Aichi, Japan, the company boasted a total vehicle production of 9.018 million vehicles in 2006. It is also the world’s eighth largest company with revenue of $185 billion as of 2006.

creepy

1. producing an uneasy fearful sensation, as of things crawling over one’s skin
2. strangely repulsive

Okinawan Tow Truck

Okinawa Prefecture (沖縄県, Okinawa-ken, Okinawan: Uchinā) is Japan’s southernmost prefecture, and consists of hundreds of the Ryukyu Islands in a chain over 1,000 km long, which extends southwest from Kyūshū (the southwesternmost of Japan’s main four islands) to Taiwan. Okinawa’s capital, Naha, is located in the southern part of the largest and most populous island, Okinawa Island, which is approximately half-way between Kyūshū and Taiwan. The disputed Senkaku Islands (Chinese: Diaoyu Islands) are also administered as part of Okinawa Prefecture.

A tow truck (also called a wrecker, a breakdown truck or a breakdown lorry), is a vehicle used to take disabled motor vehicles to another location (generally a repair garage) in case of breakdown or collision, or to impound illegally parked vehicles on public or (more commonly) private property.

The Ford Probe was a car produced by Ford, introduced in 1989 to replace the Ford EXP as the company’s sport compact car. It was sold in the European, Australian, and North American markets. A sporty coupe, the Probe was intended to fill the market niche formerly occupied by the Capri in Europe, and although it was intended as the replacement to the Ford EXP, it was also considered a possible replacement for the Ford Mustang in the North American market. Fans objected to the front wheel drive configuration, Japanese engineering, and lack of a V8, so Ford went to work on a new design for the Mustang instead.