Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | August 24, 2014
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Safe passage - National Road Safety Council OKs Mount Rosser bypass
The recently opened section of the North-South leg of Highway 2000, which bypasses Mount Rosser, has been deemed safe for motorists by prominent road-safety advocates, who are satisfied with the safety mechanisms and response systems in place.

Fidelity introduces Altima; 2015 Qashqai also presented by Nissan dealer
The 2015 Nissan Altima, sporting a rare blend of comfort and agility, and the powerful, responsive 2015 Nissan Qashqai were launched last Tuesday at Fidelity Motors Limited in Kingston, the island's local authorised distributor for Nissan motor vehicles.

Liquid cash - Drought profitable for water truck owners
Despite a smattering of showers recently, the prolonged drought affecting Jamaica has resulted in an unexpected peak season for water providers and haulage companies, which provide residential and commercial service.

Rural commuters scoff at Corporate Area fare concerns
Some rural commuters have lashed out at commuters in the Corporate Area who are complaining about the bus fare hike granted to the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC).

Volvo offers crash avoidance system
Volvo, the Chinese-owned automaker and safety pioneer which brought motorists the seat belt, has introduced another revolutionary safety feature. Utilising the latest technology, the system detects pedestrians and cyclists ahead of the vehicle, thereby alerting the driver to potential collisions.

Honda replaces Fit bumpers in US
When the sub-compact Fit failed a US crash test, Honda went back to the drawing board.


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