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AAM on the road to recovery

PETALING JAYA: The country’s premier auto breakdown service is revving itself back to full strength in two weeks.


India to impose flight levies

NEW DELHI: Airfares are set to rise with the Indian government deciding to levy up to Rs8,500 (RM555) per flight on major routes to fund the regional air connectivity scheme, the Press Trust of India (PTI) reported.


Ailing AAM mulls outsourcing breakdown services

SHAH ALAM: Financially strapped Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM) is looking at outsourcing its breakdown services and forming strategic partnerships to tide over its present woes.


MAM says suspension a blow to grassroots motorsports events

PETALING JAYA: The Motorsports Association of Malaysia (MAM) has called its open-ended suspension from organising races a blow to grassroots motorsports events.


MAM suspended following fatal go-cart race

PETALING JAYA: The Motorsports Association of Malaysia (MAM) has been suspended from organising future racing events following an investigation over a fatal go-cart race at Indera Mahkota on Sunday.


Recommended safety measures not adhered to, says AAM

PETALING JAYA: The deadly go-kart accident which cost the lives of a father and his daughter was caused by a failure to adhere to safety measures recommended by the Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM).


AAM calls on staff to stay the course

PETALING JAYA: The Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM) has appealed to its remaining staff to persevere, saying it will “start afresh” and overcome its financial problems.


Fatal go-kart race sanctioned by MAM, not AAM

KUANTAN: The go-kart rally that resulted in the death of a father and daughter in Kuantan was sanctioned by the Motorsports Association of Malaysia (MAM), say the organisers.

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AAM: No approval given to go-kart event

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AAM close to the brink

PETALING JAYA: The Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM), the country’s premier motoring authority, could be facing the end of the road.