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Motor Vehicles Bill: How Will It Change The Way You Travel?
Earlier this week, the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill 2019 was passed in the Lok Sabha to update the existing rules and fines to make Indian roads safer. Cab-hailing service providers like Ola and Uber also received statutory recognition as "digital intermediaries" ...
Motor Vehicles Bill 2019 How Will It Change The Way You Travel

Car Manufactures Laden With Unsold Inventory; Hike Price
Car manufacturers across the country are laden with heavy unsold inventory and in view of it are considering hike in passenger vehicles. Toyota Kirloskar, for instance, after offering a slew of benefits under the Memorable March programme, has days after announced ...
Car Manufactures Laden With Unsold Inventory Hike Price
GST Cess Hike In Cars To Take Effect From Today
The increased GST cess on mid- sized, luxury and SUV cars will come into effect from today. The GST Council on September 9 decided to hike cess on mid-sized cars by 2 per cent, taking the effective GST rate to 45 ...
Gst Cess Hike Cars Take Effect From Today
Car Sales Rise 12% In August, Passenger Vehicles Up 14%
Domestic passenger vehicle sales grew 13.76 per cent to 2,94,335 units in August from 2,58,737 units in the same month last year. Car sales were up 11.8 per cent to 1,98,811 units as against 1,77,829 units in August last year, according ...
Car Sales Rise 12 August Passenger Vehicles Up
Car Sales Up By 9% In July
Domestic passenger vehicle sales increased 15.12 per cent to 2,98,997 units in July from 2,59,720 units in the same month last year. Domestic car sales were up 8.52 per cent at 1,92,773 units as against 1,77,639 units in July last year, ...
Nano To Be Phased Out From India Soon: Tata Motors
Nano which made its presence in the Indian market as a people's car is said to be soon phased out from the domestic market. Of all the automobiles manufactured by Tata Motors, Nano has emerged to be the worst performer in ...
Nano Be Phased From India Soon Tata Motors
Mercedes To Hike It's Prices From January
German luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz today said it will hike prices of its entire model range in India, effective January 1, 2017, by up to 2 per cent to offset rising inflation, input costs and increasing forex rates. "The rising inflation coupled ...
Mercedes Hike It S Prices From January
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