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11. learning | 28 Mar 2011
» Electric cars could reduce pollution and reliance on oil. Tax reductions would give people a reason to buy them.
12. news | 14 Nov 2013
» German auto giant Volkswagen said Thursday it is recalling 2.6 million cars worldwide due to various technical problems affecting different models of its various brands.
13. learning | 30 May 2013
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» Two Lamborghinis, a BMW, a Bentley and two other luxury vehicles were damaged in a fire on the back of a white Hino transporter travelling along Mitraphap Road.
14. news | 17 Oct 2013
» Most Bangkokians do not support the police proposal to ban cars seven to 10 years-old or more from Bangkok's roads, but they do agree with the plan to tow away illegally parked vehicles, according to a survey by the ...
15. learning | 07 Jun 2013
» Used cars usually retain value at 30% of new price. Likely drop to 50% of new car price with govt 1st car scheme flood of new cars.
16. news | 21 Nov 2013
By Kyodo News
» Toyota Motor Corp said Thursday it will jointly develop hybrid cars with two Chinese auto giants, as it aims to boost sales of eco cars in the world's biggest automobile market.
17. business | 09 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Is Bhutan ready for even “happier” times? While the world is mired in the politics of climate change, Bhutan has announced that it will replace all its government vehicles and taxis with electric cars.
18. news | 11 Oct 2013
» Toyota on Friday unveiled the next generation of cars featuring an auto pilot system that will swerve to avoid collisions and also keep to the middle of the road, all without drivers touching the wheel.
19. lifestyle | 05 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Take a taste of Christmas home with you and delight your family with our luxury festive hampers. Highlights include foie gras, Christmas chocolates, biscuits, macarons and panettone.
20. news | 16 Oct 2013
» Starting next Monday, cars parked illegally on congested roads in metropolitan Bangkok will be towed away to areas near local police stations, and it will cost owners 1,000 baht to reclaim their vehicles.