Covid rates in Coventry and Warwickshire are now all below - but two remain in West Midlands' top ten. But, according to the Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihulll data dashboard, there are two areas that have among the highest rates in the West Midlands. The rolling seven day rates per , to March 6 show that North Warwickshire is ranked at seventh in the area, with a rate of Rugby is the next highest area in our region, ranked at twelfth in the West Midlands table. Its rate, as of the same time period, was Warwick and Stratford continue to have among the lowest rates in the area and sit towards the bottom of the table.
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Recovery professionals can fix the hub to the rear wheels of stricken vehicles so they can be towed by a standard van rather than having to wait for a flatbed recovery vehicle, increasing the speed of response and reducing the time motorists are left stranded on busy roads and motorways. The innovation has its own high-speed bearing, enabling the wheel to turn independently from the car and works in conjunction with the standard and heavy-duty multi-fit wheel for larger vehicles. AE Oscroft, which has recruited two new engineers to cope with expected volumes, is manufacturing 1, sets for the AA as part of its first order, with significant opportunities being explored to export the technology to customers in the EU, UAE and the US. Receive a weekly update to your inbox by signing up to our weekly newsletter.
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Emergency services were called to the junction of Bromsgrove Road and Alvechurch Highway last night. Paramedics, fire crews and police were all called to the junction of Bromsgrove Road and Alvechurch Highway shortly after 10pm yesterday Thursday, March 4. On arrival, a man was found in a critical condition inside his car and was quickly cut free by firefighters.
The Royal Enfield Bullet has the longest unchanged production run of any motorcycle having remained continuously in production since The Bullet has evolved from a four-valve engine with exposed valve-gear to the latest all-alloy unit construction engine with electronic fuel-injection. Introduced in as a four-stroke single-cylinder motorcycle, this model was the first to feature the Bullet name. However, common to motorcycles of this period, it had a rigid rear-end, necessitating a 'sprung' seat for the rider, which resulted in the iconic look of the motorcycle that is much replicated today, even though the sprung seat is unnecessary in modern models. This model refreshed Royal Enfield's model line-up for