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KWS Infra Will Test Plastic Roads In Rotterdam

PlasticRoad is a new surface that's made from recycled bottles and is under development in The Netherlands. The company behind it promises the innovation could lead to streets that last three times longer, and the city of Rotterdam is already considering construction.


Uber offices in The Netherlands are raided twice in a week when the ridesharing company ignores a Dutch judge's order to shut down its UberPOP service.


It took a little while before the Vencer Sarthe went from early computer models to its real-life debut last year. But the company didn't stop there, reworking the design even further before the first units were actually completed. With the Dutch supercar finally actually in production, it's time to find out if the mid-engine coupe lives up to the wait, and Autocar is putting the Sarthe to the test.


Tragedy struck during a monster truck demonstration at a car show in Haaksbergen, Netherlands, when the massive vehicle (pictured above) seemingly lost control and crashed into spectators. The calamity resulted in three fatalities and many injuries among bystanders.


Fiat/Dodge 500 – Click above to watch video after the jump


We feel like a broken record around here when we say "biodiesel is having a hard time." Yes, the biodiesel tax credit expired at the end of 2009. Yes, the EU has tariffed U.S. biodiesel off the continent. Yes, the economy has totally crunked, forcing many small biodiesel operators to shutter their doors.


Spyker is -- once again -- talking about a new line of vehicles that will take on four-door sports sedans like the Maserati Quattroporte and Porsche Panamera. Two years ago Spyker mentioned an E-line with eight- and twelve-cylinder engines would join the C-line sports cars and D-line SUVs. With the trouble the company had simply surviving, those plans were left outside to die. Now with the D8 Paris-to-Peking SUV back in progress and cars like the LM85 to crow about, Spyker CEO Victor Muller beli


How thoughtful. Google maps not only directed one motorist to his desired address, but also found a creative place for him to park. Actually, it's just some public art. Using the satellite image feature, a visitor to this particular address in the Hague, Netherlands, will see an image of some wall art that looks suspiciously like a possible cure for overcrowding. Click here for the map link.

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