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Hi, I am about to collect my first bike, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 from the dealership. I don't know much about the functioning and running of the bike but intend to learn this by experience. Could you please share your thoughts on what are the aspects of the bike should I be looking at while picking up the bike. They say, you need to do a through check before taking the bike home. I would like to check these things and make sure everything is working fine before leaving the dealership. Thanks!
Statistics: Source and destination: Bangalore to Rajasthan Total distance: 5500kms Days: 15(26th September’14 – 11th October’14). Mode of travel: Honda Amaze(diesel 2014 model). No of people: 2 people for start and end of vacation, joined by 2 other people in Mumbai so max capacity at some points of time 4. Layout of the plan:[Expected] 26th September Bangalore to Hubli 27th September Hubli to Mumbai 28th September Mumbai to Udaipur 29th September Stay in Udaipur 30th September stay in Udaipur 1st October Udaipur to Jodhpur 2nd October Jodhpur to Jaisalmer city 3rd October Jaisalmer sand dunes desert camp 4thOctober Jaisalmer to Bikaner 5thOctober Bikaner to Jaipur 6th October Jaipur 7th October Jaipur 8th October Jaipur to Ranthambhore 9th October – Still to decide 10th October – Still to decide 11th October- to Udaipur ->Mumbai->Bangalore, back home. Lets find out in the blog how did it actually materialize.
Hi guys, I'm posting the pics of the upcoming Lamborghini showroom in Bangalore. It is located on Vittal Mallya Rd. at the Lavelle Rd junction. It is adjacent to my office and has been under construction for over 6 months. Today only I found the branding and sign-boards on display. The interiors are also almost ready. No idea about the inauguration date! Eagerly awaiting for brand-new Lambos to come up here
Bangalore is all set to get a new car rental service with a unique format. American entrepreneurs Greg Moran and David Back have founded Zoom Cars, a membership-based, self-drive service that allows customers to hire cars on an hourly or daily basis. The company’s seven-car fleet includes Ford Figos and Mahindra Scorpios that have all-India permits. Only manual transmission cars are on offer. Anyone with a valid Indian driving license or an International Driving Permit (IDP) can register online to avail of the service. The company has claimed that it’ll add BMWs and electric vehicles to its ranks soon.