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At long last after 8 weeks off work recovering from an operation I am allowed to drive again. So whilst sitting at home doing nothing and bored stupid with day time TV I decided to treat myself to a new exhaust shield to stop me worrying about my son burning himself on the exhaust can. Then on the test drive I tried the new accident dash-cam, only a cheap version from Aldi, but I was surprised with the quality and think it is good enough considering yesterday day was cloudy and overcast. A lot of back ground noise but I suspect even an expensive cam will suffer with wind noise.
Hi All, As I am looking to get the car on the road and the weather not exactly being warm I was thinking about getting some gloves that I can use when driving so was hoping someone out there might be able to make some recommendations as to some gloves that will keep my hands warm in the cold early mornings but also allow me to keep a hold of the steering wheel without it slipping out my hands! I am not looking for some of the classic leather type driving gloves, I am looking for something a bit more modern.... My initial thought is to use some winter cycling/bmx gloves as these offer grip and can be quite warm. They might also help when I do go out cycling around the forests and when I come to do my charity bike ride in July (although I hope I wont need winter gloves for then!) So any recommendations as to some warm gloves with a good grip would be much appreciated! Dean