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The traffic department has announced a massive crackdown ahead of the...

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The traffic department has announced a massive crackdown on errant public service vehicle operators ahead of the December holidays. Traffic Commandant Samuel Kimaru has also...

The PSV motorshow & Nganya Awards 2013 [VOTE]

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The second edition of the PSV Motorshow Awards takes place on 24th November at the KICC Grounds between 10.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. The initiative...

Speed governors being installed on vehicles are partly to blame for...

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The speed governors being installed on vehicles are partly to blame for the rise of road accidents, Geoffrey Kimani an electrical technician expert has...

Traffic rules governing the installation of the new speed governors to...

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Kenya Roads Safety Association (KRSA) wants the traffic rules governing the installation of the new speed governors to be gazetted immediately. The group says that...

Personalized-plate swag!

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Now all attention seeking owners of flashy cars can now display their names on their vehicles legally! This comes after section 12 of the Traffic Act got legal force through a Kenya Gazette notice signed by the transport Minister Amos Kimunya.

State to stick to policies – An auto firm has asked...

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General Motors East Africa (GMEA), accused the government of lack of a clear guideline on the shift from small to bigger capacity passenger vehicles which would have phased out the 14-seater matatus from public service. GMEA, which sells the Isuzu and Chevrolet brands in East Africa had made plans for increased demand of middle and large capacity buses in light of the government’s intended phase out of the 14-seater matatus.

Crisis looms in plan to deny matatu operators insurance

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Kenya’s public transport operators are facing their toughest challenge yet after the insurance industry made clear its intention to stop underwriting their vehicles citing...

Matatu ride on impunity highway

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In many parts of western Kenya the car boot has found a new use; packing up to four passengers and no one is complaining...