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I have attached a snip of where I would like to add a border but not sure how to add it.

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "">
<html xmlns="">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<title>Vehicle Data EU</title>
<link href="twoColLiqRtHdr.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /><!--[if lte IE 7]>
.content { margin-right: -1px; } /* this 1px negative margin can be placed on any of the columns in this layout with the same corrective effect. */
ul.nav a { zoom: 1; }  /* the zoom property gives IE the hasLayout trigger it needs to correct extra whiltespace between the links */


<div class="container">
  <div class="header">
    <table width="200" border="0">
        <td><img src="Vehicle data logo 150 x 100 copy.png" width="325" height="66" /></td>
        <td><img src="Untitled-2.png" width="176" height="16" align="right" /></td>
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    <ul class="nav">
      <li><a href="#">Home</a></li>
      <li><a href="#">Services</a></li>
      <li><a href="#">About Me</a></li>
      <li><a href="#">Contact Us</a></li>
    <table width="200" border="0">
        <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF"><img src="Bike.png" width="195" height="195" /></td>
        <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF">Motorcycle   			data is an art in itself and with government policies now shifting   			to motorcycle emissions their can be no better time to put yourself   			ahead of the game by revising your data. </td>
        <td><img src="Lorry.jpg" width="195" height="199" /></td>
        <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF">LCV: From   			vehicle weights to size or volumes of commercial vehicles.</td>
        <td><img src="clip_image002.jpg" width="195" height="195" /></td>
        <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF">PSV: his   			form of vehicle data is often neglected, yet can account for much   			reduction in emissions as the public shift the emphasis away from   			personal vehicles to public transport.</td>
        <td><img src="j0438719.jpg" width="195" height="195" /></td>
        <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF">Cars: From   			vehicle volumes, engine data to emission particle or size much   			evaluation is possible as sufficient data has been gathered over the   			years.</td>
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    <h2>Continual Vehicle  Data Development</h2>
    <p>The ever increasing use of the internet to replace traditional transactions  has led to a revolution in the way that vehicle data is used. Weather buying  vehicle parts, insurance, ferry tickets or used by enforcement officers the  likelihood is that your vehicle data will be processed in some form by someone.  The process is not without its dangers, with the possibility of many agencies  involved, vehicle data can become erroneous or present with gaps in the data or  data can become inconsistent.</p>
    <p>These errors can become costly either financially or by reputation. Lets say a barrister  relies upon some vehicle data,  makes representations based on that data and the data proves to be erroneous or  a vehicle dealer buys a vehicle and the &quot;theft flag&quot; shows negative,  sells the vehicle and it later turns out to be stolen.</p>
    <p>We can see that the data itself can reach out into many walks of life and  can have serious consequences if it proves erroneous.</p>
    <p>With ever increasing &quot;green&quot; awareness vehicle emissions are  playing an important role in taxation. Emission data is being used to determine  such things as parking charges, annual road use and city entrance charges. This  taxation mechanism might well become part of an overall strategy to assist  reduction in Co2 and other vehicle particulate matter in fact,  it could be argued that vehicle data itself has a vital role to play in  reduction of global warming, planet earth depends on it. Knowing and understanding  current vehicle data populations on our roads may well assist us in our  understanding of CO2 emission hot spots.</p>
    <p>The success of vehicle data management is continual investment in  development of esoteric ways to mine, validate or populate the data. Many  vehicle data companies fail in this regard, becoming entrenched in methods of  data delivery to the client as opposed to the quality of the data return.</p>
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