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According to the police, to save a two-wheeler rider, the bus driver hit the road divider and crashed into the MUV in the opposite lane.
Youre in for some sticker shock as you hit the road this weekend.
"Hit the Road" is geared toward encouraging women to tour alone, but it is a great read and resource for any male rider interested in touring solo, or even veteran riders who already ride alone on trips.
"The Americans have embraced me since the beginning and I can't wait to hit the road. I'm hoping it will be in a tour bus so that I can see more of the country as we travel across the USA."
The 31-year-old driver of the car died on the spot after the vehicle hit the road barrier and overturned.
6&7 Forget Mickey Mouse and hit the road for a trip to see the OTHER Florida 8&9 Discover the magic of Marrakech and then head for the Atlas Mountains 10&11 We've found great breaks for single parents, from camping to hol centres 12&13 Find the best cities for shopping trips...and try the delights of Cornwall 14&15 Don't miss our round-up of British destinations for stay-at-home hols
AB FAB: A young John Lennon and Paul McCartney hit the road.
Clinique has hooked up with Teen Vogue and the duo has hit the road nationwide on the Clinique Fresh Faces Tour.
Despite the lower gas prices across the country, AAA is expecting fewer travelers to hit the road this Thanksgiving.
And if, heaven forbid, you are caught out by a patch of diesel or are sideswiped by a car, you will hit the road with exactly the same painful impact no matter what you were riding a fraction of a second earlier.
IT SEEMS LIKE EVERY LITTLE PODUNK TOWN IS GETTING A SKATE PARK THESE DAYS SGROUGE AND SAVE, GET A CREW, AND HIT THE ROAD. ITS GOOD TO NOT WORK FOR A FEW WEEKS AND ACHIEVE A STATE OF TRUE CARELESSNESS.
Moms on the Road: Africa (Travel Channel, Thursdays at 10 P.M., premieres September 28 at 9 P.M.) Eight morns hit the road in South Africa for six weeks of self-discovery--sort of like Jack Kerouac.