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Transport group complains of losing money

Friday, September, 14 2018    

The Transport Operators Development Sustainable Service (TODSS) yesterday complained that its members are losing revenue to other forms of transportation due to poor traffic management in the Corporate Area. Read More

Customers-first approach continues for Honda Jamaica

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, September, 14 2018    

Following hugely successful Airbag Repair-a-thon events in Montego Bay and Mandeville, the ATL Automotive Group has scheduled repair events for November 8-10 and November 14-18 for all Honda drivers in Ocho Rios and Portmore, respectively. Read More

Volkswagen to end iconic 'Beetle' cars next year

Friday, September, 14 2018    

NEW YORK, United States (AFP) — Volkswagen announced yesterday it would end production of its iconic 'Beetle' cars in 2019 after adding a pair of final editions of the insect-inspired vehicles. Read More

Chinese electric carmaker NIO eyes US$1.8b IPO in America

Friday, September, 14 2018    

BEIJING, China (AFP) — Chinese electric carmaker NIO has filed for a US$1.8-billion initial public offering in the United States as the burgeoning company seeks to compete with US rival Tesla. Read More

PHOTO: Sex on wheels

Friday, September, 14 2018    

The Kia Stinger's design language makes it a very attractive vehicle with its long bonnet and sloping rear roof that blur the line between coupé and four-door sedan. Read More

Kia Stinger: Smooth and athletic

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, September, 14 2018    

The 2018 Kia Stinger GT is an automotive statement, wiping out any previous preconceptions of what one believed the brand was and setting its future direction. Read More

Nissan carving a new path

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer daleyr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 7 2018    

WHEN it comes to Japanese sport utility vehicles, the Nissan Pathfinder has shared the limelight along with its class rivals. For the 2019 version, it's been updated to move it into its own space. Read More

Gregg sprints to top

Friday, September, 7 2018    

It was a battle to the finish for Kyle Gregg at the second sprint of the Drivers Rallysport Club's (DRC) 2018 season in Brighton River, St Elizabeth, on Sunday, August 26. The GB Energy/Texaco-sponsored driver kept his rivals at bay to secure maximum points in the... Read More

'Twas all 'Hype' at Slippery Wen Wett

Friday, September, 7 2018    

It was a welcome victory for Montegonian driver Cleve “Cutta Hype” Ottey in his Toyota Starlet at Slippery Wen Wett: The Return of the Hype, held at Pines Plaza, St Elizabeth, recently. Read More

Texaco goes LPG way

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto and Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 7 2018    

GB Energy Texaco, operators of the Texaco brand in Jamaica, has embarked on a programme to ensure the needs of its liquid petroleum gas (LPG) customers, as well as that of Jamaica are met. Read More

We're Ready!

Friday, August, 31 2018    

POLICE Commissioner Antony Anderson promises, when school reopens next week, members of the more than 300-strong Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch (PSTEB) will be out in their numbers to ensure a smooth traffic flow, especially along the major corridors under... Read More

JUTC Pushes Out Earlier

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, August, 31 2018    

IN an effort to avoid the lengthy traffic delays due to road repairs, the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) will be expanding its “early bird” service to Portmore, St Catherine, to provide some relief come Monday morning, the start of the new school... Read More

Eleven injured in Winston Jones Highway crash

Monday, August, 27 2018    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — The Manchester Police say that a two-vehicle collision on the Winston Jones Highway after 8:00 am on Wednesday, August 22, resulted in the injury of 11 people. Read More

Hyundai freshens up its accent

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, August, 24 2018    

For Hyundai, it starts with the Accent. The model leads the company's sedan line-up and, for 2018, it's been redesigned to offer a higher-value proposition compared to its rivals, with expectations to keep owners within the brand's vehicular... Read More

Dust settles on Vernamfield

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, August, 24 2018    

AN era of Jamaica's motorsport came to an end at the venerable Vernamfield in Clarendon on Sunday, August 12. Dubbed One Last Vernam, One Last Time, the occasion was hosted by the National Drag Racing Circuit (NDRC). Read More



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