Do you want to get the best price on your vehicle purchase. here are some tips that will help you.
In February and August sales usually remain slow because buyers wait for the new number plates coming in March and September. If you want to take advantage of this quiet period, your old number plate will make your car look older than really it is, but you can have an impressive deal on the outgoing number plates. In June and December quarter ends, the dealers usually remain keen to hit their quarterly sales targets and more likely to offer you a good deal. Convertibles are more desirable in the summer, but they are good bargains in winter. The demands for 4 wheel drive remains in peak during poorer weather seasons.
Found wherever one needs the convenience of a rented car, Europcar offers excellent service in their fleet of new, low-priced vehicles. Situated in countries like Haiti, Africa, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific, the service offers a 3-step booking that includes the search for a vehicle, the selection and the booking. In Haiti, they can be found in the major airports for the purpose of renting a vehicle for business or for pleasure. This award-winning company promises friendly service and value for your money.
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The Office of Insurance Against Third Vehicles (OAVCT) launched national competition to design new logo
After 50 years in business, the Office of Insurance Against Third Vehicles (OAVCT) wishes to update their look with a new logo, and launched a national competition to find one. Open to specialized firms and professionals, the winning logo will be selected for its ability to show the company's overhaul into the modern age, and the vitality of the new management team. Participants must email their entries to firstname.lastname@example.org along with their full name, National Identification number, and Tax Identification number. Specialized firms must send a copy of their up-to-date license.
Here is a picture of Ralph Gilles. He is Senior Vice President of Design at Chrysler, credited for 2005 Chrysler 300
Ralph Victor Gilles is an American-Canadian automobile designer and the present President of the SRT Brand and Senior Vice President of Design at Chrysler Group LLC for Jeep/Truck Color & Trim and Specialty Vehicles. He was born on 14 January 1970 to Haitian immigrant parents. As an automotive enthusiast, he earned a Bachelor's degree in Transportation Design at the College for Creative Studies (CCS) in Detroit. Thereafter, he pursued a Master's degree in Business Administration at Michigan State. He used to teach at The School of Industrial Design at CCS between 2003 to 2005, and now serves as a member on its Advisory Board. Gilles became experienced in Chrysler by serving various designing roles since he joined the company in 1992. After the retirement of experienced Chrysler designer Trevor Creed, he became the Vice President of Design on 1 September 2014. He is now responsible for all the designing activities of Chrysler. Under his leadership, the company is pursuing for a more sensual look for its forthcoming products.
Here is the picture of a car being damaged during a violent demonstration in Haiti.
Amidst the pandemonium of the protest that degenerated into stone-throwing, the property damage caused has yet to be estimated. The crowd followed a cavalcade of the government's as they moved through the towns of Port-au-Prince on October 26, 2014. Soon, the stone throwing began and the security forces retaliated with bullets and tear gas. Valuable property including a car window were apparently damaged in the melee, though the true extent of the damage is, as yet, untallied.
One of the most terrible car accident took place today in Haiti. A bus overturned in Morne Tapion, near the town of Petit Goave in Haiti, killing at least 23 people.
It has been reported that the accident happened as a result of break problem with the car. The bus was traveling from the town of Chamberlain to Port-au-Prince, carrying several passengers.
Gin yon akcidan grav ki rive nan rout Chamberlain / Port-au-Prince. O mwen 23 krityen vivan mouri nan akcidan sa. Te gin yon kantite de moun ki te kole anba machin lan, yo raporte
What do you think is the number one cause of accident in the world?
Depending on the person you ask that question, you are likely to get a different answer. Most people now think that the number one reason for car accident has to do with texting while driving.
Although this is a major cause of accident, specially among the young group, many people end up losing their lives by just being careless.
Prime Minister Lamothe got a sneak peek at Google's new self-driving vehicle during his visit to the company. Google plans to roll out a fleet of self-automated (SA) vehicles as soon as drive-testing is completed. With hundreds of thousands of miles driven, no malfunctions have occurred.
Tesla and Nissan also have plans to release SA vehicles. Tesla wants to design an auto that will perform 90% of driving tasks; Nissan wants to offer affordable SA vehicles to consumers by 2020.
Ministry of Commerce and Industry in the presence of several members presented the first Haitian bus made by a young Haitian, Jean-Paul Coutard. The bus was baptized as "The Haitian pride". It took Coutard five years to study and two years to build this bus with doubled chassis 300-hp diesel engine, four exits, rear view camera, custom lamps, sound system, television, 54 reclining comfortable seats and sanitary facilities. The minister affirmed Government Martelly-Lamothe's support to Coutard's future projects. A land will be allotted to Coutard in cooperation with the Haitian government; furthermore, the government will assist him for necessary foreign training.