Six automotive dealerships which supply Japanese vehicles in Jamaica adorned the lawns of the residence of Japan ambassador to Jamaica, Yasuo Takase, last Thursday, at a function to commemorate the 80th birthday of His Majesty the Emperor Akihito.
Local drag racers and two Jamaican international competitors are expected to duke it out along the 1.8-mile strip of the JamWest Speedway in Little London, Westmoreland, today.
With under a month left in 2013 and road fatalities already surpassing 2012's total of 260, the Jamaica Automobile Association (JAA) is making a final push for the year to increase motorists' awareness about the importance of safe driving.
Fifteen-year-old Campion College schoolboy, Thomas Issa, has been named by website kartrank.com as the number-one junior karter in North America.
Blind-spot detection has been made easier through technological advances. Blind-spot monitoring technology was introduced by Volvo in 2005 and has been adapted by other manufacturers who continue to refine it.