Police are looking for the driver of a vehicle involved in a hit and run accident that has left a 3 year old boy dead and a 26 year old woman detained in hospital on Wednesday 11th December 2013.
Bad gas continues to be a problem in Grand Bahama and the company responsible couldn’t care less. No wonder. After all, FOCOL’s largest shareholder is Frank ‘snake’ Wilson. And you wonder why they call him “snake”.
Our automobile affliction stems not entirely from high duty rates, but more from the lack of a cohesive and functioning mass transportation system.
A Bahamian auto dealer backed the government’s new duty structure based on engine size, but said he is against rates that are “strangling” new car and commercial sales.
Chevrolet is entering into a five-year partnership agreement with Barclays Premier League giant Manchester United to become the club’s Official Automotive Partner.
Two months after Bahamas Speed Week Revival brought over 40 classic and modern racing cars to Nassau from around the world, the organization is presenting four local charities with a generous donation.
A leading auto dealer said that despite 2011’s new car sales being almost 50 per cent down, the industry will eventually recover to levels comparable to its 2007 peak.
With Bahamas Speed Week Revival just a little less than a month away, the international media buzz about the event is in high gear with magazine writers, daily and Sunday newspapers, radio, TV and online publication writers showing “extraordinary interest” in covering the five-day series of time trials, exhibitions and social events set to start November 30.
The Bahamas Speed Week Revival is set for November 30 to December 4 and will feature a 1.1 mile circuit race along West Bay Street.