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Light at the end of the tunnel
Light at the end of the tunnel

We at Motor have vehemently campaigned for better road infrastructure, better driving/riding and general discipline on roads for the good part of the last couple of decades. Over the years there have been several “crack-downs” by the authorities to tackle the problems; but the end result ...

Soul-less cars
Soul-less cars

Every time I meet my mother (which is not very often because she lives overseas) she asks me how the Motor magazine is doing. And invariably her next question is; “what is there to write so much about cars every month?”. She finds it incredulous that we find new things to write about car ...

Be Safe and Enjoy the Drive
Be Safe and Enjoy the Drive

Get set, redi-GO! Yes the redi-Go is well and truly here. The little “urban crossover” vehicle which comes from the Nissan-Renault stables is set to once again change the motoring landscape of this paradise island of ours.  Well not by itself, but combined with the Renault Kwid whic ...

“Services” that Motorists get
“Services” that Motorists get

We at Motor always campaign for better discipline, courtesy towards other road users and common sense on the roads. As you know, in this paradise island of ours, it is generally an uphill task. Usually the smallest, most obvious things are the hardest to change. Often you find that government depart ...

Where is the Automobile Industry heading?
Where is the Automobile Industry heading?

If you thought that the first motorized vehicles were built in the mid 1800’s you are wrong. The earliest known motorized vehicle was built in 1797 by Nicholas-Joseph Cugnot. It was a three wheeled vehicle powered by steam, and reached a top speed of about four km/ph – the average walkin ...