She likes cars. She says she gets great trade ins because the cars are looked after. The dealerships she trades them in at always complement her on how good they look.
She says thank you but her husband says it's not her that does them, it's a guy she knows. Lol.
She's not scared to travel to get a good price. The black Civic was from down in Wales (okay, she sent her husband down for it) and paid £18,000 for it. The tenth gen had just been released to dealerships and ninth gens cars dropped about 20-23% for new unsold cars, so the second hand (used car) market dropped about £4,000 on one year old Civics.
Sorry. I missed the bit about rail dust.
Rail dust is like brake dust, it's burnt ferrous metals (fallout).
Spraying the vehicle with products like CarPro Iron-X, Bilt Hamber Korrosol, etc... is a safer way of removing fallout completely and safely without risking inflicting micromarring, etc...
Simply wash the vehicle clean of dirt and debris, spray on the fallout remover, watch as the clear liquid turns purple and starts to run down (this is the burnt ferrous metal being safely dissolved), then simply rewash the vehicle and proceed with what you want to do.
It's not just fizzy drinks that they are focusing on, it's everything, trying to educate people on health matters.
Obesity is a massive issue around the world.
The average Brit is larger than they used to be, lots of money is tied up in treat obesity and related issues from blood pressure tablets up to heart surgery and down to the ambulances used to take them to hospital.
Fizzy drinks are far more accessible than many other food stuffs and easier to consume.
Pizza places, kebab places, etc... operate a few hours a day, fizzy drinks can be found almost anywhere and consumed almost anywhere.
Here's an interesting one for you,
A cottage pie is made with beef mince,
A shepherd's pie is made with lamb mince,
But if you top the mash potato of either of them with cheese and bread crumbs, it's a Cumberland pie.