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Vauxhall to build new Vivaro van at Luton UK

Vauxhall police cars produced at Luton   Vauxhall UK manufacturing Vauxhall employs 1,400 people at its Luton plant, which produces Vivaro vans There has been a plant at Luton building vehicles since 1905 The firm has 1,300 employees at its Ellesmere Port plant, where the Vauxhall Astra is built The Ellesmere Port

Uber and Taxify are going head-to-head to digitize Africa’s two-wheeled taxis

    Global ride-hailing rivals Taxify and Uber have launched motorcycle passenger service in East Africa. Customers of both companies in Uganda and Taxify riders in Kenya can now order up two-wheel transit by app. uberBoda, as its branded, is Uber’s first motorcycle service offering in Africa, and second globally after Asia. For Taxify, it’s

Nigerian’s Maritime Agencies disregard presidential directive to charge fees in local currency

Despite a presidential directive to Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to suspend further collection of petroleum products imports charges in dollars, Daily Sun findings have revealed the two agencies have continued to disregard the government order. According to a letter dated January 17, 2018,

Toyota Takes Self-Driving Cars Off Road After Uber Accident killed woman in Arizona

Toyota EV The fatal accident involving an autonomous vehicle operated by the ride-hailing service Uber has prompted one automaker to temporarily halt its testing of self-driving cars on public roads. The accident on Sunday night in Tempe, Arizona, prompted Uber to halt its tests on the streets of four cities: Tempe, Pittsburgh, San Francisco

“Made in China” e-buses to be used in world’s 1st all-electric long-distance routes

Berlin (Xinhua) - German intercity bus company FlixBus is investing in e-buses produced by Chinese bus makers and planning to test them on their long-distance routes for the first time in the world. According to the Munich-based bus company, the first all-electric e-bus will begin test operations between Paris and Amiens, France in

Overloaded heavy duty vehicle owners to pay N10m fine – FG

Owners of overloaded heavy-duty vehicles that ply federal highways will start paying fines ranging from N1m to N10m, the Federal Government has announced. It stated this in an official gazette dated February 6, 2018, entitled: ‘Federal Highways (Control of Dimensions, Weights and Axle Load of Heavy Duty Goods Transport Vehicles) Regulations,

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