Spain Hit By Anti-government Car Protests Called By Far-right

Hundreds of cars and motorbikes paraded Monday in Madrid and other Spanish cities in protests called by the far-right to demand Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and his government resign.

Anti-government protest in Malaga Anti-government protest in Malaga Photo: AFP / JORGE GUERRERO

Sporting red and yellow national flags and banners, people gathered on Spain’s national day at the call of far-right party Vox to protest the left-wing government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

In Madrid, hundreds of vehicles went down the large Castellana avenue where a military parade normally takes place on October 12, cancelled this year due to the pandemic.

Protesters called out by the far-right party Vox drive through Madrid to protest the state of emergency the government imposed to fight a resurgence in the coronavirus Protesters called out by the far-right party Vox drive through Madrid to protest the state of emergency the government imposed to fight a resurgence in the coronavirus Photo: AFPTV / Rebeca MAYORGA

Car protests also took place in Valencia in the east, and Seville and Malaga in the south, according to images on

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RHOD ‘s Brandi Redmond Says 9-Year-Old Daughter Survived Car Accident That Killed Her Mother-in-Law

Brandi Redmond is asking fans to keep her family in their prayers.

On Saturday, Oct. 10, The Real Housewives of Dallas star took to Instagram and shared that her mother-in-law, Jill Marie Redmond, died in a car accident. She also noted that her 9-year-old daughter Brinkley, who was in the vehicle at the time of the incident, survived.

“My husband’s beautiful mom has gone on to be with our Savior and my sister in laws said it best…so I PLEASE ask that you keep my family in your prayers during this difficult time,” she wrote, “and I ask that you lift my sweet Brinkley up as she continues to heal and that God protects her heart and eyes from this tragedy. I am so thankful for her life. This is probably the most thankful yet pain I’ve ever felt.”

The Bravolebrity did not share any further details regarding

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RHOD ’s Brandi Redmond Reveals Daughter, 9, Survived Car Crash that Killed Her Mother-in-Law

Brandi Redmond/Instagram Brandi Redmond and daughter Brinkley

Brandi Redmond is mourning the loss of her mother-in-law.

The Real Housewives of Dallas star, 42, revealed on Saturday that her mother-in-law Jill Marie Redmond died in a car crash. Although the reality star’s daughter Brinkley, who turned 9 earlier this month, was in the car at the time of the crash, she survived the impact.

“My husbands beautiful mom has gone on to be with our Savior and my sister in laws said it best…so I PLEASE ask that you keep my family in your prayers during this difficult time,” she wrote on Instagram Saturday, alongside a series of family photographs.

Although Brandi did not share any details about her daughter’s injuries, she asked her followers to keep Brinkley in their thoughts.

“I ask that you lift my sweet Brinkley up as she continues to heal and that God protects her heart

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Government incentives push electric car sales to record high in Germany

Volkswagen's ID4, the brand's first electric SUV, on show in Saxony, Dresden, Germany, on 23 September. Photo: Robert Michael/Picture Alliance via Getty
Volkswagen’s ID4, the brand’s first electric SUV, on show in Saxony, Dresden, Germany, on 23 September. Photo: Robert Michael/Picture Alliance via Getty

The shift to electric cars is gaining momentum in Germany, thanks in large part to government-backed incentives that are encouraging buyers to make the switch to electric and hybrid vehicles.

Figures published by Germany’s Federal Motor Transport Authority on Monday show registrations of new all-electric vehicles (BEVs) have risen by 260% in September, from the same month in 2019, to 21,188. These now account for an 8% share of the overall car market.

Hybrids make up just over 20% of the passenger-car market, with registrations up 185% last month from the previous September.

As part of its coronavirus stimulus package, the German government decided not to fund discounts on fossil-fuel cars or back a cash-for-clunkers scheme, but rather to support the switch to clean mobility by doubling subsidies

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What Are Government Car Auctions?

When the federal government arrests drug dealers, terrorists, or other criminals, they often seize the car. Every so often, citizens are given the opportunity to buy these cars in government car auctions. Let us continue further by giving you some more information on these car auctions…

Some people may not want a car that has a questionable past. Although cars seized by the government were once involved in crimes, buying a car from the government is perfectly safe.

This consideration aside, the cars you get at these types of auctions are often the best deals you will get on cars anywhere. Most of the automobiles are in excellent shape, and the government is usually willing to let them go at significantly lower prices than you would find elsewhere. The US Government is in serious debt right now, so it is happy to make any profit at all off of the … Read More

Government Repossessed Car Auctions – How to Hunt Them Down

You probably know a thing or two about government repossessed car auctions and are interested to buy a car there at a huge discount. Or you could be interested to resell them for profits. Whatever reason that may have sparked your interest, you do need to know how to locate these government repossessed car auctions.

All good things do not come easy. The fact that these auctions are hardly publicized makes it quite a challenge to find it. If you are fortunate, you may hear it from someone in the know or simply are in the business. This is why many cheap auto auctions come and go without you even knowing that they exist. What can you do to prevent this from happening and get posted of the ongoing government seized auto auctions?

Some people have resorted to conduct their detailed search. Reading the local and national newspapers for auction … Read More

Government Seized Car Auction – Drive Home Used Cars Dirt Cheap!

Unless you are hibernating or watching too much football for the past years, you must have heard of government seized car selling dirt cheap. Everyday, for so many years now, government agencies have been selling seized cars to the highest bidder. (This is not only limited to surplus and repossessed cars. There are also boats, aircraft, electronic devices, office equipment, furniture, heavy machineries, and foreclosed or seized lots and houses.)

How is it possible?

It may sound to you that the government is so desperate to sell these seized cars but the truth is, seized vehicles occupy a lot of space, which in turn is equivalent to money spend on storage. So, the government agencies willfully sell these vehicles to anyone who is willing to pay for them through auction. Another reason is that the money generated from these government seized car auctions are extra income which will go back … Read More

3 Advantages of Buying a Car From a Government Car Auction

If you’re seriously considering going to a government auto auction to buy a vehicle, you’ve taken the first step. If you’re still not convinced that auctions are right for you, read the information below to learn three advantages of purchasing a vehicle at a government auto auction.

Huge Savings

It’s no revelation that buying a car is expensive. Even used vehicles can cost a lot of money and put a strain on the budget. For this reason, many people are taking advantage of the huge cost savings and purchasing their vehicles at a government auto auction.

Since these government vehicles are no longer in use, they’re offered for sale at a public auction. Government entities want to get rid of these vehicles as quickly as possible as it’s costing them money to store the cars. By placing the vehicles in an auction, they can sell many of them at once … Read More