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BIKE
FREE + TRANSPORT
Haltlos on the car roof
Pretty dangerous, bicycle transportation on the roof of your car: When you crash
, including the wheels flew off carriers equal rows. In an emergency, a serious
security risk. Are better kept rear and clutch makers.
rrumms. At the wheel of his car listening test-reader Werner K. from Berlin sudd
enly a loud clatter, then fell with a crash and anything metallic clattering on
the roof of the car. Fright, let By: K. Werner had forgotten the bike over his h
ead and was diving into the parking garage rudely reminded of the limited amount
of the driveway. Too late. What provoked this out of sheer forgetfulness damage
, but can also cause other problems. Who will haul his bike on the car roof of h
is car, must buy all sorts of hardships in the roof rack systems, although few p
roblems. But the simulated rear-end collision in the laboratory with 30 miles pe
r hour that changed abruptly: the went to the roof bolt of the Gulf latched hold
er, whether holes or hooks pulled, or turned on by the force of impact, and the
roof load this into a nose dive. On the Audi A 6 of the carrier along with the w
heels just slid off the roof. However, it was not the actual bike that failed, b
ut the carrier, which are attached to the towers for bike transport, the impact
was not considered. Any reason why the carrier conceded quality rating of "poor"
. Without a base support, the bicycle can indeed not only fit, but it by no mean
s be a base support the same brand must come to the actual bicycle rack. With va
rious adapters, they can fix themselves on very different, possibly based on exi
sting carriers. For this reason, we also have two separate test-quality judgment
s for base support and bicycle awarded (see also page 77). At the actual bicycle
racks in our test field, the two roof rack made with Lifteinrichtung the best f
igure. The "lift" in the name of the two shows, what can these models: When Ater
a Bike Lift a pivoted lever arm ensures that the maximum
R
: Take up and dismantling are complicated, the behavior gets worse, the fuel con
sumption is growing and certainly the wheels are not lifted up on high.
Roof: The wobbly
For a number of serious accidents on the highways last year played bicycles that
had fallen from car roofs, a crucial role. The dangers to road safety were conf
irmed in our tests. In normal driving, and even during emergency braking, it was
with
ASSETS OF THE FOUNDATION WARENTEST
Provide a solid connection
Given the bad results on the impact tests, the FOUNDATION WARENTEST calls from t
he roof rack, but also the car manufacturers: • At least the front, the base sup
port fixed to the car roof to be screwed. • All products must pass a crash test
at 30 miles an hour. • assembly and installation of the carrier must be "foolpro
of". • Use of captive screws, connections, corrosion parts. • secondary or doubl
e insurance against failure / break of the primary fuse. • uniformity in handlin
g.
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PHOTO: MICHAEL Kneffel
two bicycles one after the other can heave by comfortable power assistance from
the ground to the support. Even the Unitec Dachlift makes it to the drivers easi
er to get his bike on the roof: Comfortable loading capacity at hip level, the c
omplete vehicle for also more than two bicycles swings up and transports them -
unlike any other - on the roof above the other lying across the landscape . This
brings the total collective saving a little better balance when driving. Also,
re the "lying" wheels probably less tempted to all kinds of parts that can break
loose during the trip, to leave it on the bike. Air pumps, water bottles, packi
ng bags, shopping baskets or child seats are in the suitcase
space, but not on the car roof. Bear in mind is also the maximum roof load is (i
n the instructions). With rear and clutch makers is to ensure that marking and l
ighting are not covered. For the safe transport carries the driver responsible.
This includes, with wheels on the roof does not exceed 130 kilometers per hour f
aster than driving, even if no speed limit specified.
OUR COUNCIL
If you are driving a relatively new car, you should opt for a clutch carrier. Th
e transports your wheels safe and comfortable. The cheapest of the three "good":
ALKO Bike Pack for 420 €.€Who has no clutch, but also must invest over 500 €. S
ince angejahrten vehicles is more of a cheaper universal bike carrier, such as t
he Professional Unitec eligible for 40 €. Tailored rear carrier with poles are m
ore expensive, but better. Roof racks are to be treated with caution. Do you wan
t to carry your bike up there still high, the UnitecDachträger elevator for a to
tal of 151 € a low-cost combination.
Coupling carrier: the stand party
Much more problematic than the roof rack are tested Heckund bike trailer couplin
g. The transport on the clutch is basically the first choice for bicycles to be
transported by car. For motorists, however, that the steel citi-
QUESTION THE SYSTEM
On the roof, on the clutch or rear
Roof carrier principle: a combination of base support and elements for securing
bicycles. On the basis of the bicycle carrier is moored. The wheels are strapped
in its tracks with locking units and also by folding, sturdy support arms fixed
to the frame. Advantages: existing base support for the surfboard, roof box or
boat transportation can be used with appropriate adapters. Relatively cheap (exc
ept carrier with lift). Disadvantages: When the base support in the crash failed
test. Uncomfortable loading (except Dachliftmodelle). Pollution hazard to cloth
ing. Low passages between age must be avoided. Worse handling. Increased fuel co
nsumption (up to three liters). Coupling carrier principle: bike carrier for dir
ect mounting on the trailer hitch (tow) the vehicle. It consists of an adapter f
or the ball and a support for many different bikes. Advantages: Very stable. Eas
y loading and unloading. Bicycles are transported in the wind shadow, what does
the increase of drag limited. Disadvantages: Relatively expensive, especially if
no trailer hitch is available. In bad weather, the bikes get dirty quickly and
thoroughly in tow fog (similar to rear carrier). Often heavy and bulky dimension
s. Rear carrier principle: With straps and padded rollers are attached to the ta
ilgate or are supported in sedans on the trunk and bumper. For different car mod
els suitable or tailored for specific car models Advantages: Cheap and easy to a
ssemble. Cons: During the start-up and dismantling and mounting damage to the re
ar are not uncommon, especially at Universal carriers with cargo strap. Even whe
n tightening the belt, there may be bumps and during the drive, the tailgate als
o strained. More for older vehicles. Better are tailor-made, rigid systems desig
ned for specific vehicles.
In a dizzy height: bicycle rack for the roof transport should be treated with ca
ution.
On the rump: the coupling carrier is stable and secure.
Piggyback: Tailored rear carrier for the Golf IV
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zel not at the rear of the vehicle, have the bicycle transportation more expensi
ve, at the cost of installing the coupling device (500 €). With prices of some o
ver 500 € for the carrier is the safest but also order the most expensive soluti
on. But could convince only three of the seven tested vehicle for towing. In par
ticular, the circle and slalom drives have the other four problems remain. Which
were not threatening, although the differences made them the better makers but
clearly. In the "satisfactory" graded models loosened or opened, in part, the st
raps or wheel straps. Some of the carriers struck right and left of the vehicle.
The best judgments drove AL-KO Bike Pack, Twinny Load Quattro and Thule Euro Cl
assic one. Neither take away the hard braking from 80 km per hour, still in a ci
rcle with load changes (gas or gas) provide 55 or from the fronds of 50 miles an
hour, they gave themselves a nakedness. Only when the wheels Twinny fluctuated
in the roundabout, which is indeed ugly, but was not more problematic. Otherwise
, the transport of the coupling also offers the advantage of the low loading hei
ght and usually simple possibility to fix the wheels. To get to the trunk or ins
ide the car from behind, can often fold clutch carrier - also loaded. Thus, the
tow bar carriers were also in the loading and unloading checkpoint ahead. Only t
he roof rack Atera Bike Lift was here with a "very good" or better.
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Rear carrier: The versatile
As a relatively cheap and in normal driving, usually quite stable alternative fo
r cars is rather angejahrte Universal Spanngurtsysteme enjoy great popularity fo
r the car rear. Representatives of this genus in the test is the Unitec Professi
onal. With straps and padded rolls he is lashed to the rear or trunk lid, and is
supported in sedans on the trunk or bumper. This is quite acceptable universal
carrier with a capacity of three bikes have been around for 40 €. The Unitec Pro
fessional is indeed only average (test-quality rating of "satisfactory") and
Straps at the rear are problematic because of the potential damage
also had some difficulties when changing lanes test - but still. Remember: Bette
r than the universal bike carrier for the appropriate vehicle tailor-made models
- not least also because they deal more gently with the back side of the body.
Thule 973 Backpack and Paul Chen kit Golf IV are adapted to the Golf IV. They ar
e using special mounting kits and stable Hal-
Auto-Bike
Rear carrier
Thule 973 Backpack
No. 973-13
Trailer hitch carrier
Paul's Kit VW Golf IV, Golf IV 379 SATISFACTORY ND (2, 8) satisfy. (3.0) well (1
.8)
1 1 3 3 4 4 3 3 5 5
No. 2 811 407)
Unitec Professional
No. 75 333
AL-KO Bike Pack 2 FTK
No. 4 261 085)
Twinny Load Quattro DB C 280 510 GOOD (2.1)
Thule Euro Classic 914 DB C 280450-521450 GUT (2,1)
Atera Duro
No. 022 000
Tested on price range in about € 3) Average price in about 3 €)
VW Golf IV 343-397344 GUT (2,3)
ts-QUALITÄTSURTEIL
IMPACT TEST 5% DRIVING TESTS 55% of full braking circuit ride slalom HANDLING 20
% Assembly and instruction manual reassembly Possible incorrect assembly mountin
g on the car loading and unloading theft inhibition storage / maintenance SHELF
LIFE 20% TECHNICAL FEATURES (not rated) Maximum transport capacity bikes 1) Syst
em weight in kg Maximum payload in kg
VW Golf IV 41-50 40 SATISFACTORY ND (3.1) satisfy. (3.0) satisfy. (3.2)
2 3 3 4 3 4 2 2 5 5
DB C 280340-420420 GUT (2,0)
DB C 280345-412367 SATISFACTORY ND (2.8) satisfying (3.0) satisfying (3.0)
3 3 3
satisfy. (3.5) well (1.8)
1 1 3
satisfy. (3.0) very good (1.4)
1 1 2
Good (2.2) well (1.6)
1 2 2
satisfy. (2.8) well (1.6)
1 1 2
satisfy. (2.9)
2 4 2 2 3 3 5
suffizient. (3.8) *) satisfy. (3.4)
satisfy. (3.4)
3 4 3 4 2 2 5
satisfy. (3.0)
3 4 2 3 2 3 5
Good (2,5)
3 3 2 3 2 3 3
satisfying (2.7)
3 3 3 2 2 3 3
satisfy. (2.9) 3 18 60
satisfy. (2.9) 3 11.5 45
Good (2.5) 3 5.6 45
Good (2.0) 3 16 59
satisfy. (2.6) 4 22 60
satisfy. (2.8) 4 18.5 60
Good (2.2) 3 14.5 60
Review key test results: 1 = very good (0.5-1.5). 2 = good (1.6 to 2.5). 3 = Sat
isfactory (2,6-3,5). 4 = sufficient (3.6 to 4.5). 5 = Poor (4.6 to 5.5).
In the same note sequence in alphabetical order. Percentages = percentage of tes
t-weighted quality rating. *) Leads to the devaluation (see "Selected ..." on pa
ge 77).
1) capacity of the tested model to 180th Golf IV or C DB 2) Plus frame No. 540 V
W
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TRANSPORT TO CAR ROOF
Departure from the crash rate thirty
Many roof racks are already in slight collisions the end of their holding power:
no threaded components, they are not on the car roof mounted firmly enough. Par
allel to the practical driving tests, we tested the delivery systems to the test
in the laboratory. These products had to demonstrate how they cope with a typic
al City crash at a speed of thirty. For the roof beams were cut for this purpose
car roof of the Golf IV and the Audi A6 with the base support provided by the m
anufacturer and fitted to the actual bike. In the crash tests, none of the syste
ms remained on the car roof. Cause was the lack of holding force of the base sup
port. The culprits were the far too weak and small-scale retaining elements, whi
ch aufbogen in a crash or simply broke. Similar results were poor it on an Audi
A6 with railing commercial railing and base beams. To find out how well or badly
behaved, the actual bike, • In the table on page 78 we have we had to base supp
ort, contrary to the prescribed in the roof rack systems, two getrennvom manufac
turer possibilities te screw test-quality judgments for the basic carrier with t
he Audi-rail so that one and the bike registered. Crash practically no longer po
ssible. The reasoning behind this is the following: It is of such mounted bicycl
e rack were quite conceivable that the bicycle rack with my teeth stand on impac
t - they komblieben with a completely different reason but to support the roof.€
bined will be used by us as the result of this was also confirmed when we make t
he same manufacturer. a base support, including bicycle racks mounted on the roo
f of a car that had a standard threaded components for launch vehicles. So it is
not unlikely that, on all vehicles, which provide this opportunity to keep basi
c carrier and bicycle rack generally better. • Of all the car manufacturers is t
o ask, therefore, that there are on the roofs of their car models fixed anchorag
e points for vehicles. We will come back in the next issue (see also claims on p
age 74). In free-fall on the trolley to La • The carrier producers should bor th
e base support failed in a crash. Holding elements increase significantly.
SELECTED TESTED 0 0 RATED
mft multi cargo
No. 5130 000
Primavelo Pro 1555
Record ID 15 540
Mont Blanc Vario 2
No. 843 802
DB C 280 345 SATISFACTORY ND (2.8)
DB C 280 510 SATISFACTORY ND (3.2)
DB C 280395-430428 SATISFACTORY ND (3.5)
Reviewed: 18 bike carrier for cars, including 8 roof rack, tailgate three carrie
rs and seven trailer hitch carrier. Purchase of samples in January and February
2002.
Driving tests
55%
Prices
Determined by a survey of vendors in April 2002 (given the total for all element
s of the delivery systems are).
Test vehicles (max. load): VW Golf IV, built in 2002, Audi A6 Avant (station wag
on with roof rails) and Mercedes C 280 with trailer hitch. We were loading the c
arrier with the maximum number of wheels and took them into typical stress situa
tions: Circle drive at a lateral acceleration of up to about 5 m / s ²; slalom t
rack and braking from 80 km / h.
satisfying (3.0) satisfying (3.5) satisfying (3.5) satisfying (3.0) is sufficien
t (3.6) satisfying (3.4)
1 4 3 2 4 4 2 4 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 4 4 2 2 5
Devaluation
The impact test and the quality rating for roof rack base support system was "de
fective called" when the base support caused by the vehicle. Was the shelf "suff
icient", the quality rating was only one note to be better. The same applies to
the handling, which we evaluated to "sufficiently from" if "loading and unloadin
g 'only' sufficient 'were.
Handling
20%
Good (2,4)
3 3 2 2 2 3 3
satisfying (2.6) is sufficient (3.6)
Impact test
5%
Good (2,4) 4 24 80
Good (2,3) 4 18 60
sufficient (3.6) 3 21 60
Providers see page 99
3) See footnote 1 in the table on the roof rack page 78 4) According to the prov
ider changed Art.-Nr. 26 12 33rd
The impact test was carried out following the DIN 75 302 draft from 30 km / h in
the laboratory with the maximum load. Having had solved all the base support ro
of rack systems from the car roof, we installed it on a roof rack so tight that
they could not solve. The aim was to investigate the stability of the bike itsel
f, that is, without assessing the behavior of the base support.
Four men and a woman rated the installation and use instructions to find out whe
n the number of assembly parts to be assembled and the time of assembly and atte
mpted to whether the carrier can be mistakenly installed incorrectly. Then we ev
aluated the assembly and disassembly at the cars and especially the loading and
unloading of the wheels and the presence or the function of theft inhibitions. A
lso: Platzund assessed maintenance needs of the dismantled vehicle.
Durability
20%
Vibration test we simulated the case of a trip through different road surfaces t
o see if solve the launch vehicle parts. We also conducted a weathering test (72
hours salt spray according to DIN 50021) and we assessed the processing.
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teklammern bolted to the tailgate. Thule Backpack Kit Paul Chen showed superior
especially in the use and costs of 344 € 35 € less than the competitor. The impa
ct test in the laboratory were all bike carrier on the tailgate of the Gulf, end
angering other road users, not by uncontrolled crash. The damage caused by the i
mpact damage to tailgate or roof section can be significant. "Put all the items
from the box on a table or the floor. Set-
Zen, the adapter you screw into the threaded hole ... "- after buying a bike a l
ot of work waiting for the uninitiated: runaway: fixing element of the basic car
rier for the part way, dozens of golf IV before and after the crash with 30 km /
h. He must properly assemble individual parts and then assemble correctly. Ren
five assessors surrendered to Paul Chen, the rear carrier: After more often, but
not the instructions Sonal two hours of futile attempts quired helpful€what gav
e it the annoying puzzle, among other factors, a one source for Fehlmonversierte
ren colleagues. can be meet. The tester in our =
Auto-Bike
OTHER CARRIERS
Roof rack
VW Golf IV base support
No. 1y 5071126 A
Roof rack with lift
Atera Roof
Art-No. 080 138
Thule Audi A6 Rapid Golf IV base support
No. No. 780 4B0071126
No. 774 061 2) No. 79 037
Mont Blanc-based carrier T 106
Unitec AUTOMAXI Supra 37
Atera Roof
No. 080 138
Unitec AUTOMAXI Supra 37
No. 79 037
Tested on price range in about 1 €) Average in about 1 €)
VW Golf IV
ts-QUALITÄTSURTEIL
BROAD IMPACT TEST CARRIER
VW Golf IV 108-125125115 bad bad (5,0) (5,0)
VW Golf IV 128-148128 WANT ADHESIVE (5.0)
VW Golf IV 123-135136133 bad bad (5.0) (5.0)
Audi A6
VW Golf IV 43-52 51 BONDING DEFICIENCY (5.0)
VW Golf IV 108-125115 WANT ADHESIVE (5.0)
VW Golf IV 43-52 51 BONDING DEFICIENCY (5.0)
For all basic carrier, the connecting element to the car roof was not 30-km/h-Au
fpralltest the stand. We warn against the use of the combination tested at maxim
um load. The bicycle-papers to survive the crash load, when the base support on
car roof remains. VW Atera Giro Bike Mount
No. 6Q0071128 No. 082 216
BIKE
Thule Tour
No. 510
Audi Bike Mount
No. 8E0 071 128
Mont Blanc Barracuda 529 Unitec Mulistar
No. 729701r, No. 729705l 75 320
Atera Bike Lift
No. 082 212
Unitec Dachlift Top No. 1
No. 75 336
Average price range in € in € approx 1)
about 1)
GUT 89 (2.1)
77-98 GUT 85 (2.2)
79-91 GUT 79 (2.2)
ts-QUALITÄTSURTEIL
BIKE IMPACT TEST DRIVING TESTS 5% 55% braking circuit ride slalom HANDLING 20% i
nstallation and assembly instructions Possible incorrect assembly mounting on th
e car loading and unloading theft inhibition storage / maintenance STORAGE 20%
84-92 89 89 SATISFACTORY SATISFACTORY ND (3.0) (3.0) well (2.5) very good (1.0)
1 1 1
9 bis 13179-200 11 189 SATISFACTORY GOOD ND (1.7) (3.0 satisfactory). (3.0) well
(2.2)
1 1 4
90-143100 GOOD (1.7)
Good (2.5) well (1.8)
1 1 3
Good (2.5) well (1.8)
1 1 3
Good (2.5) well (1.8)
1 1 3
pacification. (3.0) well (1.8)
1 1 3
Good (2.0) well (2.0) very good (1.0) very good (1.0)
1 1 1 1 1 1
Good (2,4)
2 2 2 2 3 3 3
pacification. (2.7)
2 3 2 2 3 2 4
pacification. (2.8)
3 4 2 2 3 2 3
Good (2,4)
2 2 2 2 3 3 3
pacification. (3.0)
2 3 2 3 3 2 5
suffizient. (3.6)
3 4 2 3 4 *) 5 5
pacification. (2.7)
3 4 2 3 1 5 4
pacification. (2.6)
2 4 2 3 2 5 3
pacification. (2.6)
pacification. (2.7)
pacification. (2.7)
suffizient. (4.0) *) is sufficient. (4.0) *) is sufficient. (4.0) *) Good (2,3)
Loose parts Loose parts Loose parts after the vibration after the vibration test
after test Vibration test
Good (2,4)
TECHNICAL FEATURES (not rated) Max transport bicycles 3) 4 system weight in kg 1
8.3 kg Maximum payload in 4) 56.7
Review of key results: 22 = very good (0.5-1.5), 2 = good (1.6 to 2.5), 3 = sati
sfactory (2,6-3,5), 4 = sufficient (3, 6 to 4.5), 5 = poor (4.6 to 5.5). *) Lead
s to the devaluation (see "Selected.." On page 77).
4 15.6 59.4
4 19.5 55.5
4 18.3 81.7
4 17.3 57.7
4 18 57
2 19.5 55.7
2 12.3 30.0
PHOTOS: U. ZILLMANN
In the same note sequence in alphabetical order. Percentages = percentage of tes
t-weighted quality rating. Providers see page 99
1) Prices are for all parts of the audited combined with maximum transport capac
ity, including theft of any existing obstacles. 2) Together with Fußsatz 3032, I
tem no. 785 321 3) capacity of the tested combination. 4) Permitted roof load: 7
5kg = VWGolf, Audi A6 = 100 kg.
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INKJET page 36-41
Canon PO Box 5 28 47705 Krefeld Tel 0 21 51/34 95 66 Fax 0 21 51/34 95 99 27 01
61 40 524 Epson mailbox Düsseldorf Tel: 02 11 / 5 60 30 Fax 02 11 / 5 04 77 87 H
ewlett-Packard Mailbox 14 30 71004 Böblingen Tel 0180 5 / 51 33 Fax 0180 5 / 31
61 22 15 60 63 115 Lexmark mailbox Dietzenbach Tel 0 60 74/48 80 Fax 0 60 74 / 4
52 54
CARPET FLOOR page 62-66
Associated Weaver Senefelderstr. 1 33100 Paderborn Tel: 0 52 51 / 5 40 70 Astra:
Otto Golze & Söhne Lange field 29 31 860 0 51 51/95 90 Tel Emmerthal Betap Tuft
ing Meppelerweg 103 NL-8331 CV Steenwijk on 00 31/5215/14815 Biller man Lönsstr
. 18-26 48282 Tel 0 25 72/15 80 Emsdetten danfloor Österbro 9 DK-6933 Kibæk Tel
00 45 96/99 19 00 12 55 37 178 domain mailbox Hardegsen Tel 0 55 05/50 20 2 20 3
1 834 Hess Domo mailbox. Oldendorf Tel 0 51 52 / 9 00 01 Dura: Postfach 12 63 36
002 Tufting Fulda Tel 06 61 / 8 20 15 80 33 045 Forbo mailbox Paderborn Tel: 0
52 51 / 5 01 0 Zechenstr globe. 8 66 333 0 68 98/51 50 Tel Völklingen Gota: Gold
kuhle Bahnhofstr. 1 40883 Ratingen Tel 0 21 02/96 60 Hornbach Hornbachstr. Bornh
eim Tel 76 878 0 63 48/60 00 44 B-8530 Lano Zuidstraat Harelbeke Tel 00 32 56/73
74 41 Marktkauf Fuggerstr. 11 33689 Bielefeld Tel: 0 52 05/94 01 Höffner Pankst
r furniture. 32 13357 Berlin Tel: 0 30/46 04-0
SKATE BACKPACKS Page 79
Deuter Siemensstr. 1 86368 Gersthofen Tel: 08 21 / 4 98 70 Fila: Mako Sport Tala
ngerstr. 7 82 152 Krailing Tel: 0 89 / 8 94 25 40 K2: Gartenstr. 10 67454 Hasslo
ch Tel 0 63 24 / 9 21 90 Salomon: Adi Dassler-Str. 1-2 91074 Herzogenaurach Tel:
0 91 32 / 8 40
SHOWER BATHS page 26-29
Aldi (North) / Mildeen Essen Tel 45 291 02 01 / 8 59 32 70 www.aldi.de Aldi (Sou
th) / 45 401 Caribic Mülheim / Ruhr Tel 02 08 / 9 92 72 60 85 326 www.aldi.de Av
on Munich-Airport Tel: 0 81 65 / 7 20 www.avon.de CD: Lever Fabergé Hamburg Tel
22 770 . 0 40/22 66 50 www.unilever.com dm / Balea 76 232 Karlsruhe Tel 07 21 /
5 59 20 www.dm-drogerie markt.de Dreaming: Metro 40 089 Düsseldorf Tel 02 11 / 9
69 25 91 www.metro . Florena de Waldheim Tel 04 734 03 43 27 / 9 80-med www.flo
rena.de Lanosan: Wella 64295 Darmstadt Tel 0 61 51/34 25 80 www.wella.de Lidl /
Cien Rötelstr. 30 74167 Neckarsulm Tel: 0 71 32/94 20 00 Litamin Wellness & Care
: Burnus Rößlerstr. 94 64293 Darmstadt Tel 0 61 51/87 35 www.burnus.de Nivea Bat
h Care: Beiersdorf 20245 Hamburg Tel: 0 40 / 4 90 90 www.beiersdorf.de
SPIEGELREFLEXKAMERAS page 45-57
Canon Fichtenhain A 10 47807 Krefeld Tel 0 21 51/34 50 Fax 0 21 51/34 51 02 Cont
ax: Yashica Kyocera Postfach 26 19 61 20 509 Hamburg Tel: 0 40 / 2 51 50 70 Fax
0 40 / 2 50 32 11 Fujifilm Postfach 19 03 21 40522 Düsseldorf Tel: 02 11 / 5 08
90 Fax 02 11 / 5 08 93 44 11 30855 Langenhagen Tel Minolta Minoltaring 05 11 / 7
11/74 40 40 Fax 05 10 50 30 0 63 40 407 Nikon mailbox Düsseldorf Tel . 02 11 /
9 41 40 Fax 02 11 / 9 41 43 11 03 48 63 309 2 Sigma mailbox Rödermark Tel: 0 60
74 / 9 70 56 Fax 0 60 74 / 9 58 02 Tamron Robert-Bosch-Str. 9 50769 Köln Tel: 02
21 / 9 70 32 50 Fax 02 21 / 9 70 32 54
INTERNET EINFÜHRUNGSKURSE page 33-35
Com Computer Training and Services, Otto-Hahn-Ring 6 81739 München Tel: 0 89/63
65 40 20, www.com-training.de DAA German employees Academy Holstenwall 5 20355 H
amburg Tel: 0 40/35 09 41 24 www.daa- bw.de DEKRA Akademie Handwerkstr. 15 70565
Stuttgart Tel 11/78 07 61 29 65 www.dekra academy. de German Telekom Kaiserslau
tern Str 75 06128 Halle Tel: 08 00/88 84 41 www.telekom.de / semi seminars Kolpi
ng Bildungswerk Rathausstr. March 15 79232 Tel 9244-14 07 665 www.kolping traini
ng. de PC College Marburger Str 2 10789 Berlin Tel: 0 30 / 2 35 00 00 www.pc-col
lege.de
AUTO-BICYCLE page 74-78
AL-KO PO Box 04 744 28/29 Hartha Tel 03 43 28 / 6 70 www.al-ko.de Atera Postfach
22 40 88 192 Ravensburg Tel 07 51 / 7 6 0 4 0 www.atera.de Audi Votex Postfach
10 22 70 63268 Dreieich Tel 0 61 03/80 60 21 60 76 811 www.votex.de AUTOMAXI mai
lbox Landau Tel 0 63 41/28 40 www.inter-union.de MFT PO Box 32 74 530 0 79 04/76
71 Tel Ilshofen www.multi-Mont Blanc falttrailer.de Postfach 11 04 55 42304 Wup
pertal Tel: 0 22 34 / 9 59 91 21 www.montblanc.de Paul Chen Postfach 53 02 68 22
532 Hamburg Tel: 0 40 / 8 32 95 90 www.paulchensystem. de
TIRE-run-flat pages 84-85
Dunlop Postfach 22 51 63412 Hanau Tel: 0 61 81/68 01 www.dunlop.de Goodyear PO B
ox 10 08 43 50 448 Köln Tel: 02 21 / 97 66 61 21 09 51 www.goodyear.de Michelin
Postfach 07 21 76 159 Karlsruhe Tel / 53 00 11 20 64 733 www.michelin.de Pirelli
mailbox Höchst Tel 0 61 63 / 7 10 www.pirelli.de
Wheat Page 18-23
Bergbräu: Sollinger Mountain Brewery Rosenstr. Uslar Tel 10 37170 0 55 71 / 9 22
20 oak st 170 beetles Credits 68167 Mannheim Tel 06 21 / 3 37 00 hermit hermit
Hauptstr. 144 09123 Chemnitz Tel 03 72 09/66 10 Erdinger Lange Zeile 1 85435 Erd
ing Tel 0 81 22/40 90 Falkenhaus: Kaiser Bräu Neuhaus Oberer Markt 1 Tel: 0 91 2
84 91 56 / 8 80 12 24937 Flensburg Flensburg Munketoft Phone 04 61/86 30 Franzis
kaner: Spaten-Löwenbräu Mars 46-48 80335 München Tel: 0 89 / 5 12 20
MEDICINES page 94-95
German Transport Safety Bureau Berlin 5-6 10117 Berlin Tel Johannisstraße 0 30/2
2 69 18 Fax 0 44 30/22 69 18 46 league against alcohol and drugs in road Alster
Chaussee 17 20149 Hamburg Tel: 0 40/44 07 16 Fax 0 40 / 4 10 76 16
TAPS Page 60
Grohe Postfach 13 61 58653 Hemer Phone: 0 23 72 / 9 30 Hansa Sigmaringer st 107
70567 Stuttgart Tel 07 11 / 1 61 40
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