OurAutoExpert.com personality Mike Caudill visited Fox 2 in Detroit to talk about some of the best summer road trip vehicles.
July 3rd through July 10th of 2018
My family and I traveled from Detroit, Michigan to Marquette, Michigan with my cousin, Anne Marie. We also stoped at Lake Michigan and Mackinaw City. Enjoy!
0:05 – Chicago – Detroit (Solo Road Trip)
7:57 – Detroit – New York (Crew Road Trip)
19:03 – New York – Washington/Pentagon (Crew Road Trip)
Vehicles we used:
2012 Aston Martin Vanquish (Raven)
2009 Maserati Gran Turismo S (fifo)
2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse (fifo)
2016 Mazda MX-5 (fifo)
Xbox One X 1080p Gameplay
Tweets by MotoGames
D.I.E. is a Duo from Detroit, US, devoted to Electro.
D.I.E. stands for Detroit In Effect.
D.I.E. – The Men You Never See Pt2.
Sello:Clone – C#29
Formato:Vinyl, 12″, 33 ⅓ RPM
Detroit In Effect, die, d.i.e, elektro, the men you never see, Electro
d.i.e – the men you never see pt2
a2. detroit in effect – space travel
My team and I traveled to Detroit for the girls junior national volleyball tournament where we got third place. We did a bunch of fun things there! Enjoy!
Passenger traveling from Iraq to Detroit found with invasive beetles – 247 news
Border agents made a skin-crawling discovery when a passenger traveling from Iraq to a Detroit-area airport was found to be carrying invasive beetles in her bag.US Customs and Border Protection says in a press release Thursday that agriculture specialists discovered the Khapra beetles back on November 23 at Detroit Metropolitan Airport in Romulus. The insects were inside a bag of seeds the unsuspecting traveler planned to sow in her garden. Share this article Share The Khapra Beetle is considered to be one of the world’s most destructive pests of stored grain products and seeds. This small but persistent insect has a wide-ranging appetite and can spoil anything from stored corn to pasta. It also very difficult to control because it can survive without food for long periods and can resist many insecticides.’We are fortunate to work with such a dedicated group of CBP personnel with a range of expertise to include the detection and interception of invasive pests, ensuring the protection of our agricultural resources,’ said Area Port Director Devin Chamberlain.Local and National US Department of Agriculture experts have recently concurred with the identification of the insects as Khapra beetles. Khapra beetles were also discovered in January at Washington Dulles International Airport in rice brought from Saudi Arabia and in February at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in cow peas brought from Nigeria.