Consumers are being warned about flood-damaged vehicles. Following the record-breaking rainfall and widespread flooding in New Providence last month, Dwaine Scavella, Bahamas Auto Repairs Association (BARA), warns potential car buyers that it may not be easy to tell whether a vehicle has had flood damage. He also warns vehicle importers that many parts of the US and Canada have seen flooding this year as well, and those flood-damaged vehicles could be waking their way to this country. Scavella says BARA is creating a database of flood-damaged vehicles for insurance companies. He also talks about the need for a national vehicle title registry. For more information, log on to www.barasite.org or visit them on Facebook.
“In The News”, we finally hear a reason why the government may want controlling interest in BTC. Franklyn Wilson, head of the government’s negotiating team, says it’s all about reclaiming the “infrastructure” of the nation’s telecommunications sector. Wilson maintains the BTC sale was a “horrendous” deal for the country.
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