MUMBAI, India (AP):Indian engineering will play a role in the design of new Jaguar Land Rover engines, Tata Motors Chief Executive Carl-Peter Forster said Thursday, a long-term threat to Ford Motor Co which is now under contract...
Portland Cottage in Clarendon is to have improved roads as Cabinet has approved expenditure for the project.Share Con Limited will be responsible for the rehabilitation work which stands at a cost of $34.5 million.
Toyota's Prius topped Japan sales rankings in July for the 15th straight month, getting a perk from incentives for green cars, and helping Japanese sales of Toyota hybrid models reach a million vehicles.
INCOMING PRESIDENT of the Jamaica Used Car Dealers' Association (JUCDA), Lynvalle Hamilton has vowed to engage the organisation in meaningful and friendlier dialogue with all stakeholders for the best possible...
Hitachi revs up: TOKYO (AP): Maker of everything from home appliances to nuclear reactors, Hitachi Ltd, a returned to profit last quarter as strong Asian demand fuelled recovery in the auto and electronics sectors.
LIGHTLY TINTING THE windows of your car is not a problem but if the tint is dark as 'midnight' that could spell trouble with the law.Deputy Superintendent of Police Wayne Cameron of the Island Traffic Division said that despite the Road Traffic Act not...
Last Saturday's heavy rains failed to put a damper on KIG's launch of its 2010 Subaru Tribeca. "Whether rain or shine ... on or off roads conditions, the new Tribeca provides all-weather capability," said Dawn Green, public relations and marketing executive at the Spanish Town Road-based dealership.
Harbour View Drive-in, once a showpiece of east St Andrew, is up for sale. Owned by Palace Amusement Company Limited, it has been inactive since September 2004 when Hurricane Ivan caused severe damage to the complex.
Eight-year-old Justin Sirgany sprung a major surprise last weekend when he secured Jamaica's only podium finish at the United States' Rotax Grand National Championship held at the Newcastle Speedway, Indianapolis.
The Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC) will make another attempt to regulate vehicular parking in Kingston. Last week, Mayor Desmond McKenzie said the KSAC is currently in talks with an American company to install parking meters throughout the city.