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Wear Mask While Driving or Pay Fine 

The traffic police in Punjab have started to impose Rs300 fine on driving a car or motorcycle without a mask. According to our sources, the police are receiving the challan on the spot. Our sources further…

Action Against ‘Improper Number Plates’ in Lahore

Lahore Traffic Police have launched a strict action against bogus, unregistered, fancy, and improper number plates on both cars and motorbikes. In a tweet, the police announced the crackdown in the metropolitan…

Govt Gives Incentives on Electric Vehicles Parts Import 

The Government of Pakistan has announced new incentives for imports of electric vehicles. While introducing some changes in customs tariff, following Finance Bill 2020, the government has reduced customs duty…

Pak Suzuki Hikes Prices Up to Rs30,000 

After Yamaha Motors and Atlas Honda, Pak Suzuki has also increased the prices of its motorcycles up to Rs30,000. In a notification, the company said the new prices include: Ex-factory product price…

Honda Atlas Pakistan Presents Special Offer for Doctors 

Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited has presented a special offer for doctors, front-line-heroes against COVID-19. In a statement, the company said doctors would get 250 liters of fuel for free on purchase of all…

Check out New Prices of Toyota Hilux 2020

Indus Motor Company (IMC) has released new prices of its double cabin (4×4) Toyota Hilux cars. The revised prices for four variants are issued after the government imposed 7.5% FED on locally manufactured…

Honda, Yamaha Increased Bike Prices 

Atlas Honda and Yamaha Motors Pakistan have increased the prices of their motorbikes. The companies said they took the step after rupee devaluation against the US dollar. Both manufacturers said the new…

Is Govt Finally Adopting Int’l Vehicle Safety Standards?

The absence of basic safety standards, such as airbags in Pakistan has always been criticized. But finally, the government has decided to adopt the international safety standards for vehicles in the country.…

Petrol Price Increased by Rs25 in Pakistan

The government of Pakistan has increased the petrol price by Rs25.58 per liter, taking it back to Rs100. The new prices will be implemented from today, June 27, 2020. According to a notification by Finance…

Glaring Loopholes in Punjab’s E-Challan System 

Punjab government’s E-Challan system is surely praised worthy, but it has some critical loopholes or shortcomings. Brief research by PakWheels found two mistakes in the E-Challan sent to the consumers. Address…