Ernest Hamilton

Ace Your Microsoft MCSE MS-101 Exam and Become Microsoft 365 Certified: Enterprise Administrator Expert

The latest approach used by Microsoft while rolling out new credential program has brought a whole new perspective to IT exams and certifications. These recent changes were accompanied by the retirement of some test as well as certifications. This is meant to prepare candidates for role-specific jobs. more

How to Tell It's Time to Hire a Car Accident Attorney

How to Tell It's Time to Hire a Car Accident Attorney

Being in a car accident is scary for anyone, no matter who you are. The details of a car accident can be simple or complicated, depending on what exactly happened. Maybe it was a clear-cut case of someone hitting you, no one getting hurt, and the other driver's insurance paying for your vehicle's damages. more

What are Green Plates and How are they Being Used on Low Emission Vehicles

What are Green Plates and How are they Being Used on Low Emission Vehicles

In September of 2018, the UK decided to launch low emission green vehicles that have green number plates. These plates were rolled out so that people with green vehicles could wear them as a "badge of honour," and to promote clean vans, cars, and taxis. more

Retirement of Microsoft 70-533: Greet New Certification Exams!

Retirement of Microsoft 70-533: Greet New Certification Exams!

Microsoft 70-533, Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions, was one of the exams associated with the MCP, MCSA, and MCSE certifications. It is essential to mention that it was one of the popular tests before it was retired. more

What to Teach Your Teen About Car Maintenance

What to Teach Your Teen About Car Maintenance

If you have a teenager who's preparing to drive, there is a lot to think about. First, your teen will have to study and take driver's education. more

Take the right steps after hitting something

Take The Right Steps After Hitting Something

Have you ever hit something by accident, but not known what to do next? There are a few things you need to know so that you don't face any charges by whatever or whoever you hit. Read on to make sure you make the right choices next time. more

F1 Still Looking To Secure Miami Grand Prix

F1 Still Looking To Secure Miami Grand Prix

F1 is not one of the most popular sports in the USA. Where racing is concerned, NASCAR holds the title. The F1 was born and raised in Europe, and at the moment has only one Grand Prix in America, held at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. more

90% of Serious Car Accidents Linked to Driver Error

90% of Serious Car Accidents Linked to Driver Error

Consumer watchdogs are demanding that new safety technology be required in automobiles after finding that 90% of serious car accidents are linked to driver error. The report found that only 44% of 2019 model vehicles had advanced safety features, such as automatic braking and forward collision warning systems. more

Drink Driving

Anti-DUI Safeguards May Soon be Standard in Vehicles

After a drunk driver slammed into a Kentucky family's vehicle, killing all five passengers, Congress is debating whether interlock devices should be mandatory for all vehicles. more

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New wheel units could bring vehicle costs down

Vehicles could be affordably produced for a wide variety of specialized purposes using a sophisticated wheel unit developed by researchers at the University of Waterloo. more

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