THE police are planning to ramp up efforts to increase public awareness, especially among women, of the need to try to protect themselves against crimes, including those committed by operators of route taxis. Read More

Helpful approach to motor vehicle crashes
WITH more than 13,000 people injured annually in crashes on Jamaica's roads, we need to be prepared to respond appropriately when we inevitably encounter a crash site, says Duane Ellis, general manager at the Jamaica Automobile Association (JAA). ... Read More

Porsche enhances the experience
ATL Motorsports, the division of ATL Automotive which is responsible for the Porsche brand, unveiled their state-of-the-art Porsche race simulator with an invite-only event at their New Kingston showroom last Saturday.... Read More

Audi, one to 'watch'
IN celebration of Audi's three major international award wins for the A4, all-new A5 and the flagship Q7, ATL Automotive solidifies the brand's true MVP status with an indulgent new offer that pairs every Audi with the finest name in luxury watches, Breitling. ... Read More

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado ups the ante

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, February, 23 2018    

THE Toyota Land Cruiser Prado is already known for its legendary Toyota off-roading capabilities. However, the aim for 2018 was to add to its on-road prowess. And its makers succeeded. Read More

PHOTO FINISH: We'll be Jammin'

Friday, February, 23 2018    

For a second week, we train our lens on Toyota Jamaica's 4 x4 club recent excursion to the cool climes of Holly Mount in St Ann.The memorable adventure saw a 30-vehicle convoy with 70 guests participating in dealership's day out. Read More

Toyota conquers Holly Mount

By Rory Daley Observer writer | Friday, February, 16 2018    

TOYOTA Jamaica 4x4 Club's first excursion for the year was a fun-filled blast for all parties involved. The trip, last Sunday, was to the cool hills of Holly Mount in the garden parish of St Ann. Read More

'Act to check fatalities'

BY SADE GARDNER Observer writer | Friday, February, 16 2018    

Dr Lucien Jones, vice-chairman of the National Road Safety Council (NRSC), said he is optimistic that the new Road Traffic Act will help to reduce road fatalities and injuries. Read More

Safer schools project coming

Friday, February, 16 2018    

The JN Foundation in collaboration with the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) and international motor sports foundation, the FIA Foundation, will be implementing a project that will make the areas around Jamaican schools safer. Read More

BMW 430i Gran Coupé: Simply grand!

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, February, 16 2018    

The BMW 3 series has long been the benchmark for the compact executive sedan, as it offers a mix of luxury, technology and, most importantly, sportiness; living up to the brand's tagline of being the Ultimate Driving Machine. Read More

'New Act to save health sector millions'

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter | Friday, February, 9 2018    

MINISTER of Transport and Mining Mike Henry says the new Road Traffic Act, which was approved by the House of Representatives on Tuesday, will save the health sector millions of dollars. Read More

Honda Odyssey: A step into the future

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, February, 9 2018    

The 2018 Honda Odyssey boasts all that the brand is famous for: drivability, comfort and practicality. Read More

More dreams for Toyota

Friday, February, 9 2018    

TOYOTA Jamaica Limited is hoping to get more local involvement in the Toyota Dream Car Art competition this year. The company is buoyed by last year's performance of Athalia Clarke. The 11-year-old Queen's Prep School student won the local leg of the competition and had her piece... Read More

Off-road adventure begins this Sunday

Friday, February, 9 2018    

The Toyota Jamaica 4x4 Club (TJAM4x4) will hold their first outing on Sunday, February 11, in St Ann. As usual, the event is free, but restricted to 4x4 vehicles from the brand. Read More

PHOTO: Crash landing

Monday, February, 5 2018    

Five people were injured when the driver of this motor car lost control and ended up in the gully along Washington Boulevard in St Andrew last evening. The car was subsequently removed by wrecker. (Photos: Llewellyn Wynter) Read More


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