The Demerit Points System is utilised to monitor, track and improve the road behaviour of drivers.
Water damage from the recent floods has affected hundreds, maybe thousands of vehicles this year, and it can be hard to detect if you do not know what you are looking for. There are many professionals at detailing shops and garages that can clean and restore a vehicle after a flood, you should still be […]
With the recent changes to the fuel subsidy along with the luxury tax on larger displacement engines in Trinidad and Tobago, knowing what you are paying at the pump is getting more and more important. Below are the latest prices as of October 1st 2018. Regular Unleaded (83RON) Super Unleaded (92RON) Premium Unleaded (95RON) Diesel […]
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The Charge for speeding in Trinidad and Tobago has now be raised from $4,000 TTD to $6,000 TTD as of today 18/05/16. The chapter in the Motor Vehicle Act affected is the following: MVRTA (enforcement) Chap 48:52 First Schedule item 68 Conversely: MVRTA Chap48:50 section 62 (5) wrote: (5) Any person who drives a motor vehicle […]
Trinidad and Tobago Minister of Works and Transport, Fitzgerald Hinds at today’s post-Cabinet news conference said that he has asked “experts within his Ministry” to take a closer look at the speed limit on the nations roads and highways. Government is considering adjusting the speed limit to 100km/h per hour on the nations highways and […]
Ever wondered or needed to know what year a license plate was issues in Trinidad and Tobago? This is usually helpful when buying a used car and you are trying figure out when the car was licensed, the age of the vehicle and how much you would have to pay to transfer the vehicle. In the case […]