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13th May 2017 – Sarah Micallef

Local traffic has reached unprecedented levels in recent years, costing the Maltese economy €200 million in GDP a year – a figure that will increase to €1.2 billion by 2050, unless current policies are changed. Following the recently announced and European Commission approved National Transport Strategy 2050 and Transport Masterplan 2025, the Transport Minister, Malta Chamber Director General and Malta Business Bureau CEO stake their claim.

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9th April 2017

We review one of the most stylish city cars to hit the local market – the new Nissan Micra.

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16th October 2016

We take the new Suzuki Vitara out for a spin. Our verdict? A truly excellent driving experience.

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3rd July 2016

MaltaChamber.org.mt test-drives the ‘small but spacious’ Audi Q3.

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30th May 2016

The association of car importers Malta (ACIM) believes that the registration tax on imported cars needs to be reduced, to bring it in line with the rest of the EU.

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Sarah Micallef - 2nd May 2016

The traffic situation in Malta has come to a head in recent months, with reports of bad infrastructure and congested roads dominating the news and social media.

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2nd May 2016

Maltachamber.org.mt test-drives the stylish new Audi A4, and is very impressed.

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Sarah Micallef - 2nd May 2016

The DemoEV project is aimed at achieving electromobility in Malta. We take a look at the benefits and feasibility of electric vehicles locally, as well as other options in reducing CO2 emissions on our roads, including gas conversions.

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2nd May 2016

Maltachamber.org.mt test-drives the brand new Volvo XC90, one of the most luxurious SUVs to hit Malta’s roads.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 2nd May 2016

Malta has one of the oldest car fleets and one of the lowest take-ups of electrical vehicles in all of Europe - can the successful scrappage scheme, which has been re-introduced for the fifth year in a row, help clear the air and the streets?

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Sarah Micallef - 2nd May 2016

The technology used in vehicles has moved at such a rapid pace that today, many of our cars can do things we would have only associated with sci-fi movies just a few short years ago. Here are a few of these exciting features.