Saudi Arabia's Shura Council has clarified that it had not made any recommendation to the government to lift the ban on female drivers in the kingdom.
The council was responding to a report from Associated Press (AP), carried
Dubai's Road Transport Authority (RTA) has officially launched the 'Smart Taxi' app, considered the first of its kind enabling clients to book taxis and directly track their path until their arrival in a real time exercise.
UAE-based Cofely Besix Facility Management, a joint-venture established by Cofely Services and the Besix Group, has introduced an advanced training programme for all its drivers.
Each day the company’s 40 drivers transport 3
Motor sport competitor licences will be issued free of charge to all Emirati drivers and riders in 2013, the Automobile and Touring Club of the UAE (ATCUAE) announced today (October 7).
ATCUAE president Dr Mohammed Ben Sulayem sai
Dubai’s roads users are at risk of life-threatening accidents if drivers do not maintain their tyres, said a local automotive expert.
Proper tyre maintenance and adherence to important advice is key to the protection of driv
Formula One drivers and team members as well as key equipment for this weekend's Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix have started arriving in the country.
Ferrari star Fernando Alonzo, Sauber ace Sergio Perez and Bruno Senna of Williams were a
Dubai-based automotive service provider Dynamic Technical Training said it will be launching the region’s first eco-friendly training programme designed for professional drivers of large heavy goods vehicles.
The programme, aimed at bus co
Machdar Motorsports has officially launched the i1 Supercar Series at Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi by unveiling an impressive list of drivers who will participate in the event.
The international drivers will include 1997 F1 champion Jac
An appeal has gone out for more Bahraini female cabbies to cope with massive demand from the public.
More than half of all customers using the Arabian Taxi Company request women drivers, general manager Khalid Amin said yesterday.
Microsoft Corp plans on Thursday to unveil a Web-based service for driving directions that uses sophisticated software to help its users avoid traffic jams, a report said.
The software technology system, called Clearflow, will provide driv