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Morning Blend 26 March, 2014

The Bahamas Auto Repair Association (BARA) is calling for dialogue on the proposed vehicle emissions testing regulations between the government and all auto industry stakeholders, including car dealers and fuel wholesalers/retailers. BARA representative Dwaine Scavella, and Lance Munroe with Elite Auto Techs, discuss the many factors that can influence the emissions from a vehicle, including the quality of fuel and the vehicle’s service and maintenance schedule.
Pictured with Dwight and Andrew, Lance Munroe.

“In The News”, mortgage arrears on the increase; reaction to FNM Deputy Leader Loretta Butler-Turner’s calls for a march on the Prime Minister; and Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade on violent crime in the country.

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