At St Andrews, the only buggies
allowed on the Old Course are for golfers who are registered disabled with supporting documentation.
He added that a decorated buggy is usually rented for Rs6,000 per three hours and that the trend for using buggies
was increasing in the inner city areas especially.
Also known as Dune Buggies
, the vehicles were the ultimate 1970s "wheels" for trendy young things.
This past tradition is becoming a fast trend; mostly people hire decorated buggies
rather than decorated cars, said a Marriage Hall owner at 6th Road.
I'm not asking for buggies
not to be allowed on buses, just a bit of common sense to prevail and other passengers to help me and mothers with buggies
Adil Shah a wedding hall owner at Rawalpindi said This past tradition becoming a fast trend in vogue, mostly people hire decorated buggies
rather than decorated cars.
Women wishing to ride the buggies
or bikes should avoid places where there are assemblies of young people to protect themselves from physical or verbal harassment and possible theft, he said.
The source added that women wishing to ride the buggies
or bikes should avoid places where there are assemblies of young people to protect themselves from physical or verbal harassment and possible theft, Gulf News reports.
Sales of top-of-the-range buggies
costing more than pounds 500 have increased by 40%, with parents unwittingly fuelling the black market through second-hand purchases.
Staff cleared blue Whisper Ride buggies
from Mothercare shelves and red and pink Push Around buggies
from Early Learning Centre stores following a voluntary recall by US firm Step2.
He told them children in buggies
were not normally allowed, but he would make an exception.
They took the buggies
from the golf club in Crook, County Durham, and drove them through the town's Watergate Estate.
Not the Volkswagen Golf, Bond Bug or Cadillac but rather the real thing in the unlikely guise of actual golf buggies
BABIES pushed in buggies
facing away from their parents could suffer lasting psychological harm, scientists claim.
are used thousands of times each year without incident.