Jamaica Gleaner Auto
Published: Monday Sunday | December 13, 2009
'Tis the season of bad driving
As the festive season approaches, drivers have to be more than ever cognizant of the dangers on the road. By applying some simple defensive driving techniques on our crowded streets, motorists can assist in halting the deadly trend taking place on the island's roads. Read More...Kyle Gregg eyes UK big rallies
The phrase 'like father, like son' is ringing true for veteran race-car driver Gary 'The Colonel' Gregg. This, after his son, Kyle, disclosed on Thursday night that he has his eyes set on the big rallies in the United Kingdom. Read More...Driving for the other driver
The importance of defensive driving cannot be understated and should be noted by all motorists. Read More...Rally '09 was a success
Rally Jamaica 2009 was a major success, according to president of the Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club (JMMC), Errol Anderson, who was also the opening marshall for the event.The rally, which is an annual and the biggest motoring event on the JMMC... Read More...India automakers say 'Tata' to slow sales
MUMBAI, India (AP)India's auto sales surged 71.9 per cent in November from a year earlier to 207,500 vehicles, thanks to poor sales this time last year and robust consumer spending.Sales of passenger cars rose 60.8 per cent to 133,687 units while... Read More...Despite rocky roads, BMW, Audi see positive numbers
Audi, a unit of Europe's largest auto group, Volkswagen AG, said it sold 82,750 cars last month, compared with 75,965 in November 2008.Based in Ingolstadt, Audi said its overall sales for the first 11 months of the year declined 5.4 per cent. Read More...China beats US to become world's biggest market for autos
SHANGHAI (AP):China has overtaken the United States as the world's biggest market for automobiles, the first time any other country has bought more vehicles than the nation that produced Henry Ford, the Cadillac and the minivan.Now that the Chinese buy... Read More...Ram's on top, baby!
NEW YORK (AP): The 2010 Ram Heavy Duty was named Motor Trend magazine's truck of the year on Thursday, beating out contenders from Ford and Toyota in the closely watched competition. Read More...