GrabCar Electric launched in Indonesia World

GrabCar Electric launched in Indonesia

Southeast Asia’s ride-hailing giant Grab and the Repubic of Korea’s Hyundai Motor Co., launched GrabCar Electric in Indonesia to support the government’ electric vehicles (EVs) development initiative.
Grab cars must have TAXI light-box or logo Business

Grab cars must have TAXI light-box or logo

Cars which provide passenger transportation via ride-hailing platforms like Grab will have to put on top TAXI sign or carry logo stickers showing that they are contract vehicles.
Thailand to fine vehicles with black smoke World

Thailand to fine vehicles with black smoke

The Thai Ministry of Transport warned on January 13 that authorities will impose hefty fines on vehicles with exhaust emissions that exceed safe limits as an effort to reduce pollution caused by the PM 2.5.
Traffic accidents drop over 5 percent in 2019 Society

Traffic accidents drop over 5 percent in 2019

The numbers of traffic accidents, traffic-related deaths and injuries in the country all decreased in 2019, as compared to the previous year, heard a national teleconference held on December 28.
Government tightens management of drones, ultralight aircraft Society

Government tightens management of drones, ultralight aircraft

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has asked the Ministry of National Defence to cocordinate with the Ministry of Public Security and the Ministry of Industry and Trade to request declarations from organisations and individuals which own unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, and ultralight aircraft in the country.
Toyota to produce electric vehicles in Indonesia World

Toyota to produce electric vehicles in Indonesia

PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN) is ready to start battery electric vehicle (BEV) production at its factory located in Karawang, West Java, though its type had yet to be made public, Indonesia’s Antara News Agency reported.
Customers to be centre of auto industry  Business

Customers to be centre of auto industry

Management agencies and businesses should consider customers the centre of the domestic auto industry to spur the sector’s growth in the context of international integration, experts have suggested.