Twenty-eight per cent of motorists in Bahrain admitted to texting and using their phone while driving, according to a new study.
The research was conducted by civil engineering students Ali Khalaf, Fadhel Abbas, Abdulla Al Musalli
Several motorists were forced to break their fast on the road yesterday (July 1) after a minibus overturned in Sehla, Bahrain causing major tailbacks.
The driver reportedly lost control of his vehicle, overturn
Measures to simplify procedures for motoring tourists when driving across borders in the Middle East and worldwide were top of the agenda for the newly formed AIT/FIA Customs Council in Dubai today (September 12).
The new body, es
Bahrain’s police have launched a crackdown on quad bikes following a string of complaints from motorists and pedestrians.
Legal action will be taken against people caught riding them on highways and in residential areas and offenders also
Less than a third of motorists are checking the pressure in their car tires at least once a fortnight as advised, said a report.
The majority of respondents check their tyre pressure once every three to four weeks and some even less often,
Iran will reduce heavily subsidised gasoline quota for private motorists in winter, a senior official said on Tuesday, the official IRNA news agency reported.
Such a move could help the country lower its consumption as well as vulnerabilit