MIROS urges the government to enact a new law banning the sale of dangerous vehicle accessories – paultan.org

The Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) wants the government to enact a new law banning the sale of dangerous vehicle accessories that could pose a fatal risk in the event of an accident. An example of just such accessories are dummy or decoy seat belt clips, which are

Government to look into "drastic solutions" to reduce the number of road accidents and fatalities – Wee – paultan.org

The transport ministry says it is looking into ways to reduce the number of road accidents and prevent fatalities, The Star reports. Transport minister Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong said that the ministry will be working with the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) to come up with solutions

Drivers Wary Of UK Government's Electric Car Buying Advice

Just two percent said that the government would be their go-to source for information. A new survey from Venson Automotive Solutions has revealed that motorists have little confidence in government bodies when it comes to advice on buying and owning an EV, despite the government increasing investment to support electric vehicle

Drivers Wary Of UK Government's Electric Car Buying Advice

Just two percent said that the government would be their go-to source for information. A new survey from Venson Automotive Solutions has revealed that motorists have little confidence in government bodies when it comes to advice on buying and owning an EV, despite the government increasing investment to support electric vehicle

UK government reject £150m loan request from McLaren

McLaren Group, owners of the McLaren Formula 1 team, has had a loan request of £150million rejected by the UK government. As first reported by Sky News, McLaren Group had turned to the UK government for financial support to help protect the company through these turbulent times during the global

Japanese Emperor’s New Ride Is This Convertible Toyota Century Limousine

When Japan coronated Emperor Naruhito back in May, news surfaced that Toyota would supply the monarchy with a new parade car for the enthronement ceremony in October. That machine has since been created, and it’s a custom-built, one-off Century limousine with a convertible roof. Photos of the car surfaced at

Government measures create Supercars uncertainty

Government-mandated coronavirus containment measures in Australia and New Zealand have left upcoming Supercars rounds under a cloud of significant uncertainty. Supercars has already lost one of its scheduled 14 rounds, with the four points-paying Albert Park races falling victim to the Australian Grand Prix cancellation. Tougher government-mandated containment measures put

AA Wants UK Government To Cut VAT On Electric Cars

The motoring organization says it would encourage buyers into green cars. The AA has urged the government to scrap VAT on electric cars in a bid to reduce their price and increase uptake. The recommendation comes after an AA study of more than 17,500 members found that more than 61

Trump Wants Nothing to Do With 'Crazy' Driverless Cars: Report

United States President Donald Trump doesn’t trust self-driving cars. A recent report by Axios recalls several accounts where the president has been critical of autonomy advancements, calling the technology “crazy” and stating that he doesn’t trust computers enough to drive him around, despite relying on the competency of chauffeurs for

Government vehicle fleet tender attracts big players

The government’s open tender to companies to manage its fleet of vehicles has attracted the attention of Malaysia’s most prominent automotive groups, The Star reports. This is after the end of Spanco’s 25-year concession in December last year, although the company has been given an extension to continue managing the