We may live in a world defined by invisible meta-data and the Cloud, but the roughly 3×5 inch paper booklet known as the passport still carries a lot of weight. More than a simple grant of access into a country, passports and the visas they contain are a reflection of geopolitics, the relationship between two nations and a country’s stature relative to the rest of the world.They’re also of immense value. Just ask any one of the developing world’s citizens if they’d rather win the lottery or the U.S. passport, chances are they’d say the latter (though they’d be wrong in thinking the American passport is the most powerful of them all).Here’s a look at the strength of the world’s passport – ranked by the travel freedom a passport holder enjoys.
Infographic Source :- http://awesome.good.is/infographics/how-powerful-is-your-passport/516
100 years ago the first commercial flight in America took off from St.
Petersburg and safely landed in Tampa, FL. Since that historic flight, major
advances in plane, boat, and car technology have made it possible to travel
large distances in a relatively short amount of time. However, many travelers
continue to desire a faster, more comfortable method of travel that has yet to
arrive. Well, in the next couple decades, that dream is about to become a
Infographic Source :- Discount Park and Ride
This infographic was created by “webuyanycar.com” and is aimed at people that are going to be using the roads in a foreign country, such as when they are on holiday or if they are on a business trip. This main purpose of this infographic is to inform readers of some important general rules and facts about driving cars in other countries such as fuel cost, speed limits and illegal. These facts are usually presented in such a way that allows for easy comparison between countries. It also throws in some entertaining and bizarre rules as well to make things interesting, such as how animals have right of way in South Africa, or how you can be fined for a dirty car in Russia. A wide selection of countries are covered including Poland, Russia, Barbados, Indonesia and many more!
Infographic Source :- http://www.webuyanycar.com