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LTA nationwide has revealed that about 700 public service vehicle permits are "dead" or expired. And the authority expects that number to increase to 1000 when the verification process is completed by the end of this month. LTA chief executive
Old Man Winter has been particularly harsh this winter, especially on our cars. The cold air, pot-hole laden roads after a storm and piles of snow laying in and around cars takes its toll, and can bring hefty maintenance bills. The average car on the
Kampala In an attempt to combat the country's terrifying rate of traffic fatalities, the Ugandan government is setting up a new agency to promote better roads and safer driving. But the real problem may be impossible for the agency to tackle. A
Gold Coast only to be hit and killed by another car when he left his vehicle...Following the accident, the man got out of his car but was hit by another vehicle on the highway.
The crash near Wilmington-Peotone Road involved multiple vehicles and was caused by heavy fog, Illinois State Police said Thursday evening. All northbound lanes of the highway were closed and traffic was stopped as of 5:30 p.m. as crews continued to
Safety researchers expressed concern a decade ago that traffic accidents would increase as the nation's aging population swelled the number of older drivers on the road...Today's drivers aged 70 and older are less likely to be involved in crashes
Comments The matatu veered off the road rolling several times causing serious injuries to the passengers who were on board. Nine of the passengers had sustained slight injuries while three of them including the driver were in critical condition.
Their deaths serve as a horrific reminder of how motorists can instantly become victims through no fault of their own. And while theirs may be an extreme case, just about every Central Florida driver has a scary story about trucks whose loads aren't
Photo Galleries 101 people died in 1,128 road mishaps caused by citizens of the five countries For the second consecutive year, drivers of five nationalities were involved in almost three-fourths of all fatal road accidents in Dubai in 2013,
While investigations continue into this most recent fatal accident, police said there is no one cause of the state's increased road toll, with fatigue, excessive speed and other causes all to blame. Police also said that people have still not got the