Posts Tagged ‘ cars ’

Ignorant cyclist detained at checkpoint

March 30, 2013
Ignorant cyclist detained at checkpoint

Gabe Lira must be somewhat retarded. I know he enjoys checkpoints, so in the future, if he is present, I will try to detour cars. CHP guys…intended to reco…

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Easy Ways to Improve Fuel Efficiency

August 24, 2012
Easy Ways to Improve Fuel Efficiency

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Road Trip Prep

June 24, 2012
Road Trip Prep

Road Trip Prep AAA is Committed to improving the lives of 51 million members across North America. When you think of AAA, you probably think of maps and directions and emergency roadside assistance, some of our top services. But did you know that AAA offers many services to help with your travel planning. http://www.youtube.com/v/SaBkUKPJ984?version=3&f=user_uploads&app=youtube_gdata Originally […]

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Bike Safety- Introduction to Bike Safety & Sharing the Road

April 20, 2012
Bike Safety- Introduction to Bike Safety & Sharing the Road

Bike Safety- Introduction to Bike Safety & Sharing the Road AAA is Committed to improving the lives of 51 million members across North America. When you think of AAA, you probably think of maps and directions and emergency roadside assistance, some of our top services. But did you know that AAA offers many services to […]

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Tips To Extend The Life Of Your Car

April 18, 2012
Tips To Extend The Life Of Your Car

Tips To Extend The Life Of Your Car AAA is Committed to improving the lives of 51 million members across North America. When you think of AAA, you probably think of maps and directions and emergency roadside assistance, some of our top services. But did you know that AAA offers many services to help with […]

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Spare Tires Are A Thing Of The Past

April 18, 2012
Spare Tires Are A Thing Of The Past

Spare Tires Are A Thing Of The Past AAA is Committed to improving the lives of 51 million members across North America. When you think of AAA, you probably think of maps and directions and emergency roadside assistance, some of our top services. But did you know that AAA offers many services to help with […]

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Child Passenger Safety – Introduction to Child Safety Seats

March 30, 2012
Child Passenger Safety – Introduction to Child Safety Seats

For more information about child passenger safety, visit www.AAA.com.

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How to Update Your In-Car Navigation System

March 1, 2012
How to Update Your In-Car Navigation System

In this short video, we demonstrate how easy it is to update your navigation system’s maps.

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Lakers Coach Mike Brown on Matt Barnes and Devin Ebanks

January 2, 2012
Lakers Coach Mike Brown on Matt Barnes and Devin Ebanks

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‘Person Of Interest’ Detained In LA Car Arson Case

January 2, 2012

LOS ANGELES — Twelve more suspected arson fires broke out early Monday in the Los Angeles area, and a “person of interest” was taken into custody for questioning in connection with the dozens of suspicious car fires that have hit the city since last week. The developments came a day after police distributed DVDs featuring footage of a man, between 20 and 30 years old with a receding hairline and a shoulder-length ponytail, whom they described as a person of interest. He was seen on grainy surveillance video Saturday after emerging on foot from inside an underground parking structure on Hollywood Boulevard where a car fire was reported. Fire department spokesman Capt. Jaime Moore said he couldn’t say whether the person of interest detained early Monday was the man seen on the video footage. “It’s still too early to say whether or not this person has any direct correlation with the number of fires that we’ve been responding to this evening,” Moore said. No arrests had been made. Early Monday, firefighters battled 12 suspected arson fires at carports and garages. Ten occurred in Los Angeles and two were in West Hollywood, Moore said. They broke out shortly after 1:30 a.m. Moore said authorities believe the latest fires were connected to the earlier ones. The number of suspicious fires now stands at 55, he said. Detectives spent Sunday analyzing security video camera footage and following up on other leads after a half dozen more vehicles were set on fire on New Year’s Eve. The outbreak of arson fires has left a trail of smoldering debris in Hollywood, West Hollywood, North Hollywood and the Fairfax district of Los Angeles since Thursday. Most of those fires were set in parked cars. In several cases, flames have jumped to carports and apartment units. A reward of $60,000 has been offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the arsonist. Detectives served a search warrant at a home in the San Fernando Valley, Det. Gus Villanueva said Sunday. Several interviews were conducted, but no arrests were made. “They are working on hundreds of clues, interviewing dozens of witnesses, picking up countless pieces of evidence,” police Cmdr. Andrew Smith said of the detectives. Authorities haven’t said how the car fires were sparked or what was collected at the crime scenes. They were unsure if the rash of fires were the work of one arsonist or multiple people or copycats. There have been no injuries. Extra patrols were out in force on New Year’s Eve. One of Saturday’s attacks occurred at the Hollywood and Highland entertainment complex, a popular tourist destination and hotspot for holiday revelers. Firefighters responded to a report of a small car fire in a parking structure that was out by the time they arrived. Firefighters routinely are called to put out burning cars, but this recent spate has been unusual because of the frequency and location of the fires. Crews have been responding to other emergencies despite the focus on solving the fire arsons, fire spokesman Erik Scott said. Police urged residents to check their cars for any signs of tampering and take simple precautions such as locking their cars, keeping garage and carport lights on at night and reporting suspicious activity. “We are not going to rest,” Los Angeles Fire Department assistant chief Pat Butler said Sunday at a joint police-fire news conference. “We are going to work tirelessly.” Police officials were working with Sheriff’s Department detectives, city and county fire investigators and members of the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. Read more here: ‘Person Of Interest’ Detained In LA Car Arson Case

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