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Ghana CV Operators Show Ire Over Insurance Premiums

Ghana’s Ministry of Transport said it will meet stakeholders to resolve agitations by angry commercial vehicle operators over increases in insurance premiums.


LeasePlan Romania Aims to Increase Revenue, Vehicles in 2016

During 2016, LeasePlan Romania is planning to increase revenues by up to 5 percent and to reach 12,000 vehicles under administration.


Bahrain Fleet Trains Drivers on Defensive Driving Techniques

The Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO) recently finished training 200 employees in defensive driving techniques through the implementation of MiX Telematics’s e-Learning program.


New Zealand New CV Registrations Set Record

New Zealand commercial vehicle registrations scored a record in January with 2,994 vehicles, making it the strongest January in the country's automotive history.

A SIGNA 2518.K tipper. Photo: Tata Motors


Tata Launches SIGNA Commercial Vehicles

Tata Motors has launched its new SIGNA range of medium and heavy commercial vehicles.

Photo courtesy of LeasePlan.


LeasePlan Sale Clears Regulatory Hurdles in Europe

The European Central Bank has approved the sale of LeasePlan N.V. to an investor group, clearing the way for the closing of the transaction by April 1, the Dutch fleet management company has announced.

Photo: Daimler India Commercial Vehicles


Daimler India Launches New Generation of Medium-Duty Trucks

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. (DICV), the wholly-owned subsidiary of Daimler AG, has launched its new generation of BharatBenz medium duty trucks, MD IN-POWER.

Photo: Holden


All-New Spark Introduced in Australia

Holden has announced the latest vehicle in its lineup of new models with the all-new Spark confirmed to go on sale in Australia in April 2016.

Photo of 2016 Prius Four courtesy of Toyota.


Toyota's Japan Plant Shut Down Delays 2016 Prius

Toyota Motor Corp. will suspend production at assembly plants in Japan next week due to a steel factory explosion that will delay shipments of the new 2016 Prius hybrid.

Photo of Renault Sandero courtesy of Renault.


Automakers Heading Back to Iran

Groupe Renault, PSA Peugeot Citroën, and Mitsubishi FUSO Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) will increase production in Iran or return to the country following the lifting of economic sanctions on Jan. 16.


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