car door


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Designers have also added a feature that stops the windscreen wipers from operating when a car door opens so the occupants don't get wet.
He claimed he didn't see her grab onto the car door.
Duncan Dollimore, head of campaigns at charity Cycling UK, said: "Close overtakes and people opening car doors in front of cyclists are not only dangerous, they also put people off riding a bike.
mark & ride Meghan risks breaking a fingernail on car door. Pics: Reuters
"Usually, if you are a member of the royal family or a dignitary, you have a member of staff to open and close a car door for you," he told Radio 1 Newsbeat.
Then he pushed me towards the car door and caused the dent.
The driver of the Mazda reportedly struck the victim's car with a wheel brace and kicked his car door shut, striking the victim's face and causing minor injuries.
The victim told police she heard her attacker open a car door before she managed to escape and run away.
He then checks through the rear passenger window of the car, before trying a final car door handle and then walking off.
Terrified, she shouted at her children to lock the car door and ran back to the club to try to summon help and was so scared she fell down the steps, bruising herself.
POLICE will step up patrols around schools in South Tyneside after a man opened his car door and grabbed at a young girl.
London, Sept 22 ( ANI ): Barcelona player Andres Iniesta has reportedly launched his acting debut with a minute role in a budget Spanish film in which he gets hit on his face with a car door.
Glyn desperately tried to open the car door. "It just wouldn't budge," he said.
When a user touches a doorknob or car door, for example, the eGo device connects to an eGo compliant reader within the car door or doorknob and transfers the user's credentials, which are then checked by the reader via high speed wireless communication and body coupling technology.