on the roads is not a rare sight in the UAE, and despite repeated warnings by police, motorists continue this kind of dangerous behavior.
For tailgaters and IU fans Darrell and Shelly Deem, their setup has developed over years of tailgating
with family and friends into a truly luxurious spread designed to allow as much fun as possible while limiting the work necessary on the hosts' part to throw the party.
Sail-gating" makes Washington a tailgating
scene like no other, as hundreds of boats carrying thousands of fans across the lake every game day.
caused 26 deaths in 2014 in Dubai, and 11 deaths between January and May this year.
The name Mike Golic is synonymous with football games and with the tailgating
experience in general," said Cantor.
Over the last couple of years, tailgating
has been the number three killer on UAE roads and educating drivers about its dangers is very important.
based Sealed Air/Cryovac, which supplies packaging materials for a variety of meat and poultry products, underscores the one-upmanship of tailgating
strategies are easy to retrofit and complement most existing security systems.
Consistent with Rook's (1985) definition of ritual, football tailgating
is a consumption driven ritual in that it is "a type of symbolic, expressive activity constructed of multiple behaviors that occur in a fixed, episodic sequence, and that tend to be repeated over time.
Baker said the tailgating
trailer brings convenience to the party.
Maggie Game, head of car insurance at Direct Line, which is part of RBS Insurance, said: "Drivers need to understand that the increased stress caused as a result of tailgating
can lead to volatile situations on the road and that tailgating
is responsible for approximately 7% of accidents in the UK.
- or "following too close" - was a contributory factor for at least 54 deaths in 2006, with research showing motorways are a particular hotspot for this problem.