28% of vehicles have not passed or undertaken most recent road safety assessment.
The Kingdom’s vehicles business has seen a drop in both sales and imports.
A final notice to non-taxed vehicles and goods owners to declare their ownership.
Ford Cambodia, the biggest division operated by RMA Cambodia, yesterday delivered four Ford vehicles and launched the Programme of Ford Technology Training.
Registered vehicles have risen 13 percent in one year.
Transport Minister says more than 300,000 vehicles across the country have undergone safety inspections.
Phnom Penh police to begin impounding vehicles without valid number plates.
Our mobility behaviour will change radically. As soon as the legal questions have been clarified and the main technological hurdles have been overcome, the percentage of shared and autonomous mobility in terms of overall road traffic will rise significantly.
General Motors is trying to reverse the sales downturn in the world’s largest car market.
Tan Chong Motor (Cambodia) Pty. Ltd. (“TCMC”), Sole and Exclusive Distributor of Nissan vehicles and subsidiary of Tan Chong Motor Holdings Berhad (Malaysia); will be hosting a Nissan Roadshow Campaign starting from 11th to 26th
Buying a new vehicle is a big step, but it doesn’t have to be a scary one. All you have to do is to research the type, locate the showroom, check the price and negotiate to buy your new vehicle.
Tan Chong Motor (Cambodia) Pty. Ltd. (“TCMC”), Sole and Exclusive Distributor of Nissan vehicles and subsidiary of Tan Chong Motor Holdings Berhad (Malaysia); will be running the Nissan Roadshows Campaign this month.
Ho Chi Minh City is mulling a consumption tariff on vehicles to mitigate air pollution.
Revenue at the General Department of Customs and Excise sees a dramatic rise in the first half of the year, growing by 27.8%.
A CPP lawmaker lashes out at a group of officials who used state vehicles for campaigns.
Historic levels of violent crime in Mexico have sparked a record increase.
Volkswagen AG is in talks to form a joint venture with China’s Didi Chuxing.
One of China’s youngest auto brands is gearing up to build sport utility vehicles.
The government of Cambodia says it will enforce quality testing on imported vehicles at border check-points.
Tax on nearly 6,000 vehicles has not been paid on time as required, according to an inspection by the Taxation Department.
Plans are afoot to put QR barcodes on vehicle licence plates to manage data, protect against fraud and make police investigations easier.