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Afghanistan to disassemble 70,000 Right-Hand Drive Cars

The 70,000 right-hand drive vehicles registered with the Traffic Department will be collected and disassembled following the decision of the National Security Council (NSC), announced the department head on Monday.  Col. Mohammad Shafiq Sayedi said the NSC in 2011 gave

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Counterfeit vehicle registration numbers proliferating across Afghanistan

The increasing number of forged vehicle registration numbers has raised concerns among Afghan traffic officials. Afghan traffic officials have cited fake plate numbers as the main factor behind the spread of Illegal Armed Groups across the country that has allowed

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Afghanistan pushes for CNG in cars and thermal power plants

Officials of Afghanistan Natural Compressed Gas Department emphasized on installing gas system in cars and generators to reduce cost and prevent air pollution. According to the department, using natural compressed gas in thermal power plants will reduce the government’s costs

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Zarang, the 3-wheeled bike, is a good means of income for low-income families

The three-wheeled bike named Zarang has turned into a good source of income for poor families in Afghanistan. A number of people in the cities use this vehicle as a means to buy and sell goods on roads and streets.

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Government’s unfair decision about old model cars entering Afghanistan

Although Afghanistan’s Ministry of Finance emphasizes not to process older model cars through the customs, but some Afghan traders warn that if their vehicles entered without the custom process, they will set the cars ablaze. Recently, the Council of Ministers

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Government's unfair decision about old model cars entering Afghanistan

Although Afghanistan’s Ministry of Finance emphasizes not to process older model cars through the customs, but some Afghan traders warn that if their vehicles entered without the custom process, they will set the cars ablaze. Recently, the Council of Ministers

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