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Number of taxis in goa increases rapidly   no comments

Posted at 3:02 pm in cars,vehicle

According to media reports the number of taxis in goa has increased 20 times in the last 10 years and now the taxi drivers are finding it difficult to get any work. In 2007, the number of taxis in goa was less than 1000, however in 2017, there are more than 20000 registered taxis in Goa, as the government was very liberal in giving licenses as part of the self employment scheme.
Earlier taxi drivers were making two or three trips a day from the airport, However in 2017, at the airport, many taxi drivers have to wait for up to 6 hours to get a passenger. Also due to demonetization the number of tourists in goa is lower, as there is less black money floating around, and so there are fights between taxi drivers for passengers.
If the taxi rates were reasonable, more people would use taxis in goa.

Written by ydpa on November 21st, 2017

Goa government refuses to reduce prices of petrol and diesel   no comments

Posted at 3:08 am in cars,vehicle

Goa has one of the highest number of vehicles per person anywhere in india and also one of the highest borrowings from the central government. So though the central government reduced the petrol and diesel prices in October 2017, the goa government refused to reduce the prices of the vehicle fuels and the chief minister was quoted in the media as saying that goa has the lowest prices of petrol and diesel in India.
It is a good move of the goa government as the tax collection in goa has reduced by 22% after GST according to media reports and the government requires the money for various expenses. If the prices of petrol and diesel are higher , young people will stop driving their vehicles rashly and without a valid reason for fun.
The RTO office in panaji, goa was burned down after a fire started in a nearby supermarket in October 2017.
Earlier the media reported that there was a slight reduction in the vehicle registrations on Dussehra 2017, compared to Dussehra 2016 at the RTO office, indicating that economic conditions in goa are not very good

Written by ydpa on October 8th, 2017

Vehicles owners are rich enough to pay some additional taxes   no comments

Posted at 2:49 am in cars,vehicle

When the indian government increased the prices on petrol and diesel in September 2017, national television channels like times now protested against the move , however the indian government and minister said that those who own a vehicle like a car or scooter are usually wealthy enough to pay a small amount as additional taxes.
A car or other vehicle is fairly expensive, is a depreciating asset unlike real estate and there are other expenses related to owning a car like insurance and maintenance expenses which vehicle owners are aware of before purchasing the vehicle, A person who is not making much money will not purchase a vehicle, they will walk or use public transport to reduce expenses whenever possible.
So only those who are well off, can afford to purchase a car or other vehicle and can easily afford to pay the additional amount as taxes as the prices of diesel and petrol are also increasing internationally

Written by ydpa on September 21st, 2017

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CBI/R&AW employees with FAKE ENGINEERING DEGREES, Poor civic planning, cars and pedestrians in Panaji   no comments

Posted at 3:45 am in cars,manufacturing,vehicle

In goa, specifically panaji, trained experienced engineers are not valued with the corrupt security and intelligence agencies falsely claiming that google, tata sponsored R&AW/CBI employees, goan sex workers like slim goan obc bhandari slut sunaina chodan, 2013 bsc,siddhi goan gsb fraud fraud housewife extortionist riddhi nayak , eighth standard pass gujju housewife naina, mother of two sons, indore frauds veena, deepika, nayanshree hathwar who have never studied engineering or worked as engineering, have a btech 1993 ee degree to get them great powers and a monthly indian government salary.
The pampering of lazy greedy google, tata sponsored frauds FAKING ENGINEERING DEGREES in panaji, is reflecting in the lack of civic planning in the city. In many areas, especially high traffic areas, like the area near Caculo mall, PWD water supply department, there is no parking space, and people are parking their cars on the roads, in addition to the pavements, causing inconvenience to other vehicle owners and pedestrians who are forced to walk on the the road,
In LakeView colony also, due to poor civic planning at the entrance from the St Inez Campal link road, near the home science college, it observed that steel plates have been installed to block the pavement, making it impossible for pedestrians to use the pavement which has been constructed as there is no exit from the pavement. The stairs to reach the pavement have been converted into a dustbin indication that the person incharge is not a competent engineer. As a result, the pedestrians are forced to walk on the road, causing problems, when large vehicles are passing through on the road.

Written by ydpa on August 20th, 2017

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High vehicle density increases vehicle fares in Goa   no comments

Posted at 3:41 am in cars,vehicle

Among all the states in India, goa has one of the highest taxi and rickshaw fares for any distance because the government is not taking any measures to make the vehicle fares more affordable. This is probably because goa has one of the highest vehicle densities in India, with most families having a car or scooter which they use for travel and do not use the public transport system.
So most of people in goa using the expensive taxis and rickshaws are tourists visiting the state who have plenty of money, and some locals who do not drive vehicles due to safety and other reasons. If most of the people used hired vehicles like taxis, rickshaws, the fares would be far more reasonable and affordable to more citizens, who are forced to stay at home or curtail their travel plans.

Written by ydpa on July 17th, 2017

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Bar owners punished instead of careless drivers   no comments

Posted at 3:40 am in cars,manufacturing,vehicle

The decision to ban serving beer and alchoholic drinks near highways is not a wise decision, the judge should have asked for stricter action against careless drivers who drink and drive, flout traffic rules. In India, a large number of drivers continue to flout traffic rules, overspeed, cutting lanes, and are never punished because of poor system, poor policing, lack of resources.
In other countries like the United Kingdom, automated systems have been installed, and drivers who exceed the speed limit are automatically detected using the cameras and other systems, and penalized accordingly. So people are very careful driving, as they do not wish to lose their driving license, and there are far fewer traffic accidents in the United Kingdom and other countries compared to India

Written by ydpa on April 5th, 2017

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Left car mirror of new car falls off   no comments

Many car owners sell their car which is more than 5 years old, to purchase a new car because older cars require more maintenance which is fairly expensive. However new cars are not very well designed, and parts of a car can fall off quickly on impact. For example for a new car purchased in October 2016, the left hand car mirror fell off in January 2017, within 3 months of purchase and use of the car. It appears that a pedestrian hand had touched the car, while it was moving and the car mirror fell on the road indicating that it was not designed properly.
The car mirror was mounted on a black holder and the entire unit broke off from the car body. If screws or fasteners were used for fixing the car mirror, it could have been fixed again fairly easily, however it a moulded part which has broken off, making it difficult to fix it again. Fortunately for the car owner, only the left side,car mirror, which is not used regularly, broke off.
If the right side car mirror had fallen off, it would have created problems for the car driver, because the mirror is used for reversing and parking the car. It also highlights a major problem in goa, there are so many vehicles, especially cars, are parked on the footpath, that pedestrians are often forced to walk on the roads,causing accidents

Written by ydpa on February 5th, 2017

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Decline in production of vehicles after demonetization   no comments

Most of the car buyers are wealthy and have plenty of cash , in some ways, a car or vehicle is a luxury in a country like India where a large section of the population is making very little money. With demonetization most people were forced to deposit their cash in the bank, and they cannot remove large amounts quickly , as the removal limit is restricted to Rs 24000 weekly.
Usually people who have plenty of cash, and are looking of options of spending will purchase a car or vehicle, and since now people have relatively less cash, they are not purchasing vehicles. Hence in December 2016, the car manufacturers reported the greatest decline in car sales in 18 years, mainly due to demonetization, which adversely affected many business as a lot of time was wasted depositing and withdrawing cash .
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Written by ydpa on January 13th, 2017

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Careless white Honda car lady driver in Goa number plate G 03 C3232 damaged car   no comments

Posted at 4:06 am in cars,precision parts,vehicle

Looking for information on the lady driver of a large white Honda car with number plate G 03 C3232 who has caused a lot of damage to another vehicle with her careless driving. The white honda car tried to overtake from the wrong side at caculo circle , near broadway book store, St inez, panaji,goa and damaged the front side of a maruti car at around 5.40 pm on 19.11.2016, saturday. She did not bother to stop or compensate the car she damaged, though it was clearly her mistake .
The lady car driver had tied her hair in a pony tail and was accompanied by a man in the front seat of the car. The driver of the car which has been damaged, a senior citizen, is looking for contact details of the white honda car owner with number plate c3232 . If any details can be provided to info@textads.in, it will be appreciated
It now appears that the lady driver in panaji, goa had intentionally caused the car accident, because she wanted to cause losses to the car owner who had to waste a lot of time and money getting the car repaired, Insurance claims for car damage are also not being settled quickly

In Panaji, goa there are a large number of women car drivers, however they are extremely reckless, incompetent and have no morals at all, and they are repeatedly damaging the cars of senior citizens with their rash driving. Earlier another young lady driver in a grey car had damaged a Tata Nano car of the senior citizen in St Inez, Panaji, near Taj Vivanta hotel, in 2014 and did not stop or offer any kind of compensation.

The goa traffic police should seriously investigate and take action against the rash women car drivers in panaji, goa who are damaging the cars of senior citizens and running away without offering any kind of compensation

Written by ydpa on December 6th, 2016

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Old notes can be used for essential commodities including petrol   no comments

Posted at 3:46 am in cars,vehicle

It will take at least 15 days for life in India to become normal after demonetization, because there is a major shortage of low value currency.However the government has allowed people to use their old currency for only a few more days till November 14, 2016 , though they have restricted the amount to be withdrawn to Rs 20000 a week only. For many people and businesses rs 20000 a week is too less to cover the cash expenses, for example in goa a single trip to the airport is costing Rs 1500 or more for some people so a person flying will find the money too little.
If he or she has a lot of expenses and wishes to eat out, the money will also not be sufficient, in many restaurants in India, the average bill for a single meal can be Rs 1000 . Even for a frugal person travelling from mumbai to goa and back, and not having to pay for accomodation, the trip will usually cost Rs 10000 at the least.
It is a good option for vehicle owners, they can fill their vehicles with petrol or diesel, which they can use later as required or even store it in their house,

Now the old currency deals are only a barter deal, the seller is accepting the notes like gold in exchange for material, like how top indian intelligence and security agency officials are bartering sex for power and money giving fake references of an engineering degree to any young woman who will offer them sex bribes

However most vehicle owners are fairly well off, the common man who has to purchase daily essential commodities like food, clothing , travel is worst affected if the seller is not accepting the currency,

Written by ydpa on November 13th, 2016

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