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Lao driving test to be computerised

Lao driving test to be computerised

1 by / on 02/04/2014, 5:33 pm / in Cars and Bikes, Lifestyle

Officials have successfully conducted a trial computerised driving test that will reportedly replace the current conventional and out-dated driving test.   “Driving test takers will choose questions themselves, and their answers will be scanned by the computer. This test doesn’t require human-based judgment,” said Mr Nuansay. The computerised test will cover the theory section of the driving test for the time […]

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Cabinet approves import of bigger motorbikes

Cabinet approves import of bigger motorbikes

0 by / on 25/02/2014, 6:06 pm / in Cars and Bikes, Lifestyle

The government will now allow the importation of motorcycles with engine capacities of greater than 250 cc’s, lifting a previous ban on the bikes as part of efforts to comply with World Trade Organisation obligations. The cabinet has approved a proposal by the Ministry of Finance made few months ago, giving the green light for tax officials to collect taxes […]

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Mobile phone use while driving a problem in Laos

Mobile phone use while driving a problem in Laos

0 by / on 23/08/2013, 9:54 am / in Lifestyle

The National University of Laos and Handicap International in Laos yesterday reported the results of the Enhancing Road Safety Project after compiling responses to a student survey. The report was studied by the Department of Social Work and Development at the Faculty of Social Science, which collected responses from students at the National University of Laos, Lao- Korea Institute and […]

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Seven Level Car Parking Facility To Be Built in Vientiane

Seven Level Car Parking Facility To Be Built in Vientiane

2 by / on 31/05/2013, 5:11 pm / in Lifestyle

A  45 million dollar, seven level car parking facility is to be constructed in the heart of Vientiane Capital in an effort to solve the parking crisis of downtown, which continues to worsen.The building is planned to be constructed in Hongthong area, occupying a total of 2,546 square metres in Hudsady village of Chanthabouly district, an area densely populated by […]

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