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free copy | 5th Edition
AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION OF TANZANIA
COMMITED ON THE ISSUE OF ROAD SAFETY IN TANZANIA
AAT PROVIDING FREE TRAINING TO OVER 1000 TAXI RIDERS - TWO WHEELER/THREE WHEELER
OFFICIAL MAGAZINE OF THE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION OF TANZANIA
AAT MAGAZINE CELEBRATES
5th YEAR ANNIVERSARY

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Dear Friends, This is the 5th year that we have been publishing this magazine. As members must have noticed that each year the quality of material and layout has been improved to International Standards. I wish to congratulate our CEO and Mr. Abbas Ghor for their efforts. For the past two years we have been successful in getting funds for Motor sports Safety Development from FIA Institute and we have trained at least 90 officials coming from various fields such as Paramedics, Police, Motor Sports Club Officials and others this is a great achievement and has been complimented by the FIA. On the Road Safety aspect we have been the pioneers to introduce strict changes on the three wheelers to prevent passengers getting out from the wrong side of the road by completely shutting off the right-hand side access. We are in the process of training 1000 Boda Boda/ Three Wheeler drivers in the next six months to reduce accidents and give the drivers the required skills in using the public roads. We were able to hold this year the Annual ACTA Conference in Zanzibar. Whereby following countries participated – Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mozambique, UAE, and Botswana. The governing body the FIA has appreciated our presence and contribution in these regional meetings. We were able to train our two senior staff through ��Learnership Programme�� which was held in Joburg in October 2012. All in all, our progress has been positive and this is due to the close co-operation of the affiliated Motor Sports clubs and government institutions. I wish all members and associates Merry Christmas and a prosperous new year. Lest us all work hand in hand to save millions of lives lost each year in our country by contributing in whatever little way we can. Your generosity in participating in various Road Safety initiatives will go long way to achieve the target. Together we can make the difference. Nizar JivaNi President
PRESIDENT��S MESSAGE
CEO��s MESSAGE
Dear Readers, Welcome to the 5th edition of ��ON THE MOVE��. This edition marks the 5th Anniversary of our publications; our first magazine was launched in 2007. On behalf of the committee & AA staff, I wish to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to individuals, corporations, the creative team and everyone involved in this Magazine project. Our mission here at AAT is to make Roads Safe for Riders, Drivers, & Pedestrians, we have illustrated some of them in this issue. Over 60,000,000 members of FIA will have access to the magazine electronically worldwide. This magazine covers various AA Tanzania activities including Interviews, Motorsports, Scenic driving,tourism, road safety, fatality data��s, and other relevant information on motoring. Finally, I wish you all a very SAFE MOTORING YEAR. Best wishes, Yusuf A. Ghor Chief Executive Officer AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION OF TANZANIA
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IN THIS ISSUE
Pg No C o n t e n t s 4. AAT Management Commitee 5 - 7. FIA ACTA Conference Zanzibar 8 - 9 Dr. Mohammed Ben Sulayem Interview 10 - 11. Motor Sports Safety Seminar Tanga 14. AA TANZANIA APPROVED SYSTEM 16 - 17. Free Training 2wheeler & 3wheeler 18 - 19. Q&A with AAT President 20 - 21. Puma Energy Rally of TZ 2012 22 - 23. National Rally Championship 24 - 25. News roundup & AAT website 26. Guide to TZ Driving Licence 27 - 29. Down Memory Lane 30 - 31. Information on Tourism 32 - 33. FIA Golden Rules & Fatality Statistics 34 - 35. Motoring Datas & Importation
Chief Editor: Editor: Creative, Design, Photos: Printer: Executive Advisors: Yusuf A. Ghor Abbas Yusuf Ghor Abbas Yusuf Ghor DarCity Promotion Nizar Jivani Henry Bantu
Old Photos Curtosey: Nizar Jivani, Hatim Karimjee, Jayant Shah, Satinder Birdi, Tosky Hans, Sartaj Hans, Mustafa Haji, Yusuf Ghor & Deepak Kotak

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MANAGEMENT COMMITEE
President Nizar Jivani
VP Sports Satinder Birdi Hon. Secretary Karim Jamal Member - Tourism Ministry Ebrahim Mussa VP Admin Gautam Chavda Hon. Treasurer Hanif Virjee Member - Tanzania Insurance Regulatary Authority Justin Mwandu VP Mobility & Tourism Henry Bantu Member - Traffic Police HQ SACP Mohammed Mpinga Member - Works Ministry Thomas Ngulika N/A CEO Yusuf a. Ghor (Club Correspondent)
AAT is represented in various organizations by: President, AAT - Nizar Jivani : 2nd Vice Chairman at FIA-ACTA Hon Secretary, AAT - Karim Jamal : Member at National Sports Council of Tanzania VP Mobility, AAT - Henry Bantu : Member at National Road Safety Council of Tanzania
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automobile association of Tanzania (aaT) in collaboration with Federation international de automobile/ african Council for Touring & automobile (Fia-aCTa) organized the annual africa Conference in zanzibar from 3rd to 6th September 2012 at Blue Bay resort.
NEW ELECTED BOARD
John Mutenda | President | AA of Uganda Simon Modisaeamnag | Emergency Assist 911 | Botswana Nizar Jivani | President | AA of Tanzania Mike Saraggon | AA of Namibia Peter Locke | Branch Manager | AA of Zimbabwe
The top agenda in the conference was to discuss measures to curb the increased wave of accidents in both motor sport as well as daily road users. Various presentations where made by FIA-ACTA member clubs on safety issues pertaining to reduction of fatalities in African Countries. While there have been few accidents during motor sport in the region, a challenge still exists in road safety as fatalities have been on the rise, particularly in major cities across the continent. Other dignitaries who attended the conference included Werner Kraus from FIA Region 1, Jacob Bangsgaard Director General FIA Region I, David Njoroge of AA Kenya Director General, Nizar Jivani who is the president of AA Tanzania and Zanzibar Police Commissioner Mussa Ali Musa. Special guest who attended the conference was the President of Automobile and Touring Club of United Arab Emirates Dr. Mohammed Ben Sulayem with his expert advisors.
Participants of the FIA ACTA Conference, delegates in session came from : Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Nigeria, and Mozambique.
Conference was opened by Hon. Issa Haji Ussi, Deputy Minister of Infrastructure & Communications Zanzibar
Chairman : 1st vice Chairman : 2nd vice Chairman : Hon. Secretary : Treasurer :
2012 - 2015

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AAT PRESIDENT COMMITED TO
ROAD SAFETY
irina Patrascu, Fia region i, Coordinator being given a guard of Honor at the opening of the FIA-ACTA Conference by Masai Warriors.
��Motorcyclist fatalities constitutes 23% of the Total. various programmes have been planned with Fia to reduce accidents and fatalities by aaT�� - Nizar Jivani
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AAT President Nizar JIvani, AAT CEO Yusuf Ghor with Hon. Issa Haji Ussi - Deputy Minister of Infrastructure & Communications, Zanzibar
One of the most important resolutions made during the FIA – ACTA Conference in Zanzibar, was on the concern of FIA-ACTA members on road safety matters and that the clubs were not happy with the level of seriousness that our governments and their policy makers had on road safety issues which had significant impact on our people and through which our countries lost so much in terms of money and lives. To that effect our clubs had a duty to sensitize our governments and urge them to get more serious on the matter. In that case therefore, the organization would write a letter to African governments and the UN to let them know of our clubs concern on the matter.
The role of aaT on road safety matters was very much applauded. aaT��s cooperation with the National road Safety Council of Tanzania and the free training of motorcyclists and the three-wheeler Taxi riders was also appreciated. aaT asked to keep the spirit high and continue with its innovative concerns to the motoring public and its members.
TANZANIA, UGANDA, KENYA, ZAMBIA, BOTSWANA, ZIMBABWE, NIGERIA, AND SOUTH AFRICA.
CONCERN
OF ROAD SAFETY MATTERS
FIA Region I President Werner Kraus registering for the conference New FIA - ACTA Chairman President, AA of Uganda - John Mutenda

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Dr. Mohammed Ben Sulayem President - Automobile Touring Club of UAE Vice President Sports - FIA
by : Abbas Yusuf Ghor in Dubai, UAE
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He is one of the Arab world��s most famous sportsmen, having won a record 14 FIA Middle East Rally Championship titles, making him the most successful FIA title holder in the world. This successful career includes 61 international outings in the European, African, Middle East and World Rally Championships.
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Thank You, Dr. Ben Sulayem.
regional kart and drag championships. At a world level via the World Motorsport Council, I have the opportunity to contribute to the debate on all forms of motorsport and indeed have often found common ground with Surinder Tatti, the African VP, on a range of issues.��
Your academy "Motorsports Knowledge institute" trained our rally officials in 2012, can you enlighten us on the background of the academy, and how many countries have they trained so far?
��We established the MKI shortly after the ATCUAE was granted the status of FIA Institute Approved Regional Training Provider in December 2011. This meant the Club became one of only four national organisations worldwide entrusted to deliver motor sport training programmes on behalf of the FIA. ��The MKI training programmes place an emphasis on safety for officials, competitors and spectators, and our trainers have been very busy this year. ��To date they have delivered training programmes in Kuwait, Algeria, Sudan, Iran, Mauritius and Colombia, and of course to our great friends in Tanzania who provided a very warm reception and great hospitality. ��Looking ahead, we will be delivering training in numerous other South American countries, including Colombia, Chile, Bolivia and Nicaragua, as well as in Lebanon. In November, during the F1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, we��ll be giving live, on-the-job training to senior Russian motor sport officials and volunteers to prepare them for the inaugural F1 Grand Prix of Russia in 2014. Training will be extended into other parts of the world in the months and years ahead.��
What are your goals and visions in terms of Motor Sports, Mobility?
��I am very clear that we have two FIA pillars in Sport and Mobility, with Road Safety in the middle as common ground. I am committed to promoting Mobility on a national and global level. ��I honestly feel the FIA needs to develop a new strategy for motor sport that is focused on the development and growth of the sport, rather than just the regulation of it.��
Lastly what advise do you have for our Tanzanian rally drivers?
��There are no short cuts to success in rallying, or any form of motor sport. Regardless of how much natural ability any driver has, hard work, dedication and discipline are vital to get to the top. ��Success never came easy for me. I worked very hard. When other drivers were relaxing in their hotel room a day or two before a rally started, I would be out practicing, or going through the pace notes time and time again to know every twist and turn of the stages. Don��t expect success to come to you if you are not prepared to work and try harder than the next guy to be successful.��

You are the most successful Fia Title holder in the world, you havent participated since 2003, will we be seeing you in action again?
��While I have driven a rally car on a few occasions since then for charity, my last competitive event was the 2002 Dubai International Rally, my home event, which I won for the 15th time. Even before the event started I had already clinched the FIA Middle East Rally Championship title for the 14th time. ��So it was a good time to bring my rally driving career to an end. I had won more than 60 international rallies and achieved a great deal more than I could possibly have expected when I started rallying in 1982. I won��t go back to competitive driving, but I will always look back with pride on what I achieved, and also feel grateful for where my driving career has led me in motor sport.��
You started off as a rally driver, and today you hold position of vice President at Fia, can you describe role as the vP?
��My role as a FIA Vice President is very rewarding. On a regional level I manage motorsport in the Middle East and North Africa and this includes the FIA Middle East Rally championship where I leant so much over the years as a driver. ��It is also interesting in that I get to work with the other clubs in building new ideas to develop motorsport. Currently, we are looking at new

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MOTORSPORTS SAFETY SEMINAR
organized by AAT, conducted by MKI UAE
The two-day seminar took place in June 2012 in Tanga, Tanzania. Participants came from all the Motor Sports Clubs of Tanzania from: Tanga, arusha, Kilimanjaro, Dar es Salaam, Morogoro, key members of the aaT Motorsports Commission, and members of the press. rally procedures, organization and chain of command, guides and time keeping were some of the topics lectured at the seminar. Fires fighting equipment and their appropriate application whether in liquid flammables or hardware were also demonstrated to the participants. When and how to use foam or dry powders in stopping fires similarly came up for the participants comprehension. The experts who conducted the seminar: Tanya Kutsenko, Stuart Murray, angus Duthie, Charles reynolds, and ronan Morgan of the MKi UaE. vice President (admin) of aaT, Mr. Gautam Chavda opened the seminar.
Participants in session. The workshop was funded by Motorsports Development fund thru Fia iNSTiTUTE based in Paris, France.
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57 PEOPLE PARTICIPATED
The city��s mayor Hon. Omari Gulediannounced the seminar closed while thanking everyone who took part to stage the pretty successful event. The mayor hailed the Automobile Association of Tanzania for choosing Tanga as a place to host the seminar on safety measures during motor sport activities. He said the fact Tanga City was chosen for the second time running, heralds how the city has been respected and valued. Tanga Mayor : Hon. Omari Guledi and MKI Instructor.
MKI Instructor, Mr. Morgan giving outdoor practical training on timings at the programme.

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AAT
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In 2012, AAT launched the approved garage scheme to improve the general image of the trade by encouraging garages to raise their standards and rebuild customer confidence. AAT started to appoint AAT approved dealers who are dealing with garages, spare parts shop, truck & trailer manufacturing, and car dealers. Total of 22 dealers have joined the AAT programme. All dealers are categorized in the international spanner ranking used by AA clubs worldwide. 1 spanner, 2 spanner, & 3 spanner. This exercise was only conducted in Dar es Salaam, and the Tanga region. By 2013, AAT will be covering all the regions in Tanzania.
Mohamedi Auto Range -DSM - Auto Spare Parts Firax Solution (T) Ltd -DSM - Fire fighting equip Auto Glasses & Rubber Centre -DSM - Auto Glass & rubber Century Automobiles (T) Ltd -DSM - Auto Spare Parts Car & General Trading Ltd -DSM - Automosized Works B & S Ltd -DSM - Auto Body Builders Millan International Ltd -DSM - Auto Spare Parts Al Anwar Auto Works -DSM - Garage Toyotec Ltd -DSM - Garage & Motorbike Agent Kurban Motors Tanga -TANGA - Garage Beetle Motors Ltd -DSM - Garage Gajjar Auto Woks Ltd -DSM - Garage Autozone Ltd -DSM - Engineering Works CFAO Motors Tanzania -DSM - Car Franchise Good Year (T) Ltd -DSM - Tyre Franchise Cruiser Motors (T) Ltd -DSM - Motorbike Franchise Auto Sueco (T) Ltd -DSM - Volvo Franchise Protrains Ltd -DSM - Trailer Mnf & Trans Hyundai East Africa Ltd -DSM - Car Franchise Promech Ltd -DSM - Garage Lal Garage Ltd -TANGA - Garage & Auto Parts A. Yusufali & Sons Ltd -DSM - Auto Body Builders Shinyanga Emporium Ltd -DSM - Motorbike Franchise Quality Motors Ltd -DSM
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AAT
Mr. Nizar Jivani, President, has appealed to the government to enact a law that would require all motorcycles and three wheelers licensed as public service vehicles to be painted with reflective yellow color in efforts to minimize accidents. Painting the motorcycles and three wheeler vehicles before issuing them with road licenses will not only reduce the number of accidents but also identify the vehicles and help the government to collect additional revenue. This move would also help police to identify the licensed public service vehicles. according to statistics, accidents involving motorcycles and three wheelers exceeded 23 percent in the past two years, causing more loss of lives and inflicting disabilities. With the assistance of Fia road Safety Grant, aaT will provide free training in driving, signage techniques and yellow reflective stickers.
STAGES SAFETY TRAINING FOR MOTORCYCLING FRATERNITY CALLS FOR LAW TO REGULATE MOTORCYCLES & THREE WHEELERS
Nizar Jivani ; Showing the reflective stickers at the Training Press Launch
AAT distributed over 10,000 fliers to the general public around Dar es Salaam. The response was rapid and people from all corners of Dar es Salaam started to inquire about the free training
Inspector Abel Swai handing out leaflets to the public
REFLECTIVE STICKERS BY AAT : FOR NIGHT VISION TO REDUCE ACCIDENTS AND CREATE AWARNESS.
One of the biggest TV network in East & Central Africa showcased the AAT activity of free training for 20 mins on the ��Road Safety Show�� (Usalama Barabarani). The documentrey was produced by the Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation.
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THE TRAINING
TRAINERS & TRAINEE GROUP PHOTO
I never expected to be assisted in this manner. I thought that the whole issue of learning to ride a motorcycle and a three wheeler was a joke. Now with this training I come to realize that the government of Tanzania and its registered association like the AAT are a serious lot. riding a motorcycle and a three wheeler without a license and most of the time was spent in avoiding policemen during the performance of my duties to earn a living. Thank you government,
Thank you AAT, Thank you FIA.
The training stint of about 500 trained so far has revealed that many a motor cycles in the city, and probably in the country are not versed with the hows of handling their machines and worse on roadcraft. They are a dangerous lot. Given this training, many are seeing the light now and this evident from their testimobies. The riders are wiser today than they were yesterday, before the training. Henry M. Bantu - Team Leader
I was riding a motorcycle and carrying passengers on it��s by trial and error. But I am now delighted to be trained by seasoned trainers. It is incredible that while a training of this nature required me to digging deeper into my usually empty pocket, I go this worthwhile training for free thanks to AAT in Tanzania. Joshua Kibaba, Trainee Samweli Francis, Trainee
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with NIZAR JIVANI PRESIDENT AA OF TANZANIA by Abbas Yusuf Ghor
Nizar Jivani, the current President of automobile association of Tanzania, and vice Chairman of Fia aCTa Board. Nizar has been involved in the automotive industry for over 30 years, holding senior positions within Tanzanian bodies such as National Sports Council, and Tanzania Cricket association, and international bodies such as the Fia. Nizar formerly was also a succsessfull navigator, and took part in the then famous ��Safari rally�� which was dubbed as the toughest rally ever.
This edition marks the 5th Anniversary of this magazine, can you highlight us on AAT achievements in the last 5 years?
The Association has made tremendous progress in the last five years namely: - i) Training over 100 officers from various institutions i.e Red Cross, Police, Paramedics, Motor Sport Clubs officials on ��Safety�� aspect during staging of the events. ii) Published the ��On the Move�� magazine on yearly basis which gives important information to the members and public at large. iii) Obtain grants from FIA to facilitate the action on Road Safety by training Police Officers, Motor cycle Riders and three wheelers. iv) Were able to organize African Rally Championship with the highest accreditation by FIA. V) Strengthen relations with government Institutions such as Ministry of Works, Communications, Tourism, Home Affairs and National Sports Council. vi) Were instrumental in arranging the iRAP programme whereby 3600km of roads were surveyed through FIA Foundations Funds are now awaiting final approval from the government.
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You have taken part as a competitor in motor sport events in Tanzania, how has the whole system changed in all these years?
I have participated in more than ��Sixty�� national and regional Rallies during my active participation from 1967 to 1979. The rally during those era was more challenging and mainly held on very rough roads. The Safari Rally was termed as the toughest for man & machine and was held across three countries namely Kenya, Uganda & Tanzania. The routes were longer covering 4800 km. In todays scenario the routes are much smoother and the cars are three times faster than those which were competing in that ��Era�� There is no ��night�� driving now but in our time we drove at night as well. We covered approximately 1200km per day. It was tough and challenging. I find the rallies today are easy with service facilities after every 80-100km. The charm of the rally has been ��lost��.
Lastly, What are your future goals as the President of the Association?
1) We are planning in the next five years to expand our services and introduce tourism department to bring tourists from all over the world. Through a vast network between all affiliated clubs, we can bring additional ��forex�� to the country as well as the Association. 2) We are planning to train at least 500 Boda Boda and three wheeler drivers each year. 3) In collaboration with FIA Institute we well continue to train various club officials to improve their skills in organizing the events. 4) We will train all other officials who are involve with safety such in one way or the other as paramedics, Road Safety by obtaining necessary funds from FIA. 5) Target is to increase our membership base from current 1000 to 5000 in five years. 6) We will involve all motor car franchise dealers and spare parts dealers to come on board to provide safety materials to be fixed on the motor cycles and three wheelers to save ��lives��. 7) Work closely with FIA and government institutions to achieve the target of saving five millions lives and 50 million injuries as proclaimed by FIA in the next 10 years globally. 8) To look for bigger and better premises so that we are able to expand our services and offer better and wider services to our members.
Thank You, President - Jivani
vii) First time in the History of AAT was able to convince FIA President to visit Tanzania and meet the top executives of the ministries. viii) Were able to appoint a qualified and experienced CEO who has been mainly responsible to achieve the targets set by the executive committee.
You hold the position of Vice Chairman at FIA ACTA, how does this benefit us in Tanzania?
Working in isolation without being part of global network does not help any association to progress. By joining as members of ACTA and CACMS we have been able to enforce our programmes through joint efforts and we were also able to learn from each other the type of services that we can improve or introduce to our members. The strength of working as a team is much more affective and brings desired results. We feel that our membership with ACTA has been extremely benefi- cial. We strongly advise other African Clubs/ Asso- ciation to join ACTA/ CACMS as this will help them to promote the club activities through experience of other Regional members.
1974 EAST AFRICAN RALLY CHAMPIONS
��ZULLY REMTULLA & NIZAR JIVANI��

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The African Rally Championship round of Tanzania was held in Dar es Salaam in September 2012. The event title sponsor were PUMA ENERGY COMPANY.The event was a succsess and were given high remarks by the International observers of the FIA. The cocktail party of the event also marked the prize giving ceremony for the winners of the National Rally Championship 2011. Winners were presented with Trophies & Certificates accordingly.
Associate sponsors of the event were: Atlantis Hotel, Knight Support, Sunvic Express, DB Shapriya, Tanzania Sign Writers, Kamal Industries, Fleet Track, Coca Cola, CMC Automobiles, NIC, Bank M, Redbull, Export Trading, TSN, Computer Connection, and Royal Furnishers.
PUMA ENERGY
RALLY OF TANZANIA 2012
Nizar Jivani handing over certificate to Puma Energy Co. General Manager - Mr. Manyama
2011 National Rally Champions posing for a photograph with AAT Officials at the Cocktail Party held during the Puma Energy Rally of Tanzania 2012 at Atlantis Hotel.
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The final results were:
1. Mohammed ESSA / Greg STEAD (Zambia/Zim) Subaru Impreza 02:01:35 2. Dharam PANDYA / Sanjeev PANDYA (Tanzania) Subaru Impreza 02:07:57 3. Kirit PANDYA / Awadh BAFADHIL (Tanzania) Subaru Impreza 02:11:24 4. Giancarlo DAVITE / Sylvia VINDEVOGEL (Rwanda) Subaru Impreza 02:16:45 5. Fayaz CHANDU / Hetul PREMJIT (Tanzania) Subaru Impreza 02:39:21 6. Marco FERRERIA / Ratanveer DARBAR (Tanzania) Subaru Legacy 02:57:52
PUMA ENERGY
RALLY OF TANZANIA 2012
Nizar Jivani introducing chief guest to Zambian Champions, Mohammed Essa and Jassi Singh From Left: AAT Hon Secretary - Karim Jamal, AAT Hon Treasurer - Hanif Virjee, and AAT VP (Admin) - Gautam Chavda

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NATIONAL RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP driver/navigator/club champions 2007 - 2012
Ahmed Huwel 2007 Maisam Fazal 2007 Navraj Hans 2008 Sahib Bhatti 2008 Randeep Birdi 2009 Rahim Suleiman 2009 AMSC 2011 AMSC 2009 AMSC 2010 TMSC 2008 TMSC 2007 Amarjit Dhillon 2010 Awadh Bafadhil 2010 Awadh Bafadhil 2011 Kirit Pandya 2011
DRIVERS NAVIGATORS CLUBS
Dharam Pandya 1ST - 2012 Kirit Pandya 2ND - 2012 Sanjeev Pandya 1ST - 2012 Awadh Bafadhil 2ND - 2012
DRIVER DRIVER NAVIGATOR NAVIGATOR
2012 WInneRS oVeRALL
FATHER & SON DUO OF THE PANDYA RALLY TEAM WIN TOP HONOURS
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Marco Ferreira 3RD - 2012 Manmeet Singh 3RD - 2012
DRIVER NAVIGATOR
Shafin Khan 1ST - 2012 Bashir Suleman 1ST - 2012 Tufail Amin 1ST - 2012 Naveed Ismail 1ST - 2012 Dharam Pandya 1ST - 2012 Sanjeev Pandya 1ST - 2012
GROUP N GROUP 2WD GROUP S
2012 WInneRS DRIVeRS nAVIGAToRS
2nD AnD 3RD WInneRS
GROUP N GROUP S 2 WHEEL DRIVE
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Navigator
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Amarjit D. Preetam G. Kirit P. Awadh B. Munir F. Imranali C. Ahmed H. Salim M. Marco F. Manmeet B. Hassan M. Prashant V. Sander V.W.Sauli M.
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NEWSROUND UP
Over all this year has been very productive at AAT. Various activities were carried out by the association. AAT handed over cheques of 1,000,000/= each, as part of the ROAD SAFETY ACTIVITIES by AAT to the National Road Safety Council and Dar es Salaam Road Safety Commitee during the press launch of the Boda Boda Training. Cheques were handed over by the President of AAT, Mr. Nizar Jivani to Mr. Yakub Ismail of DSM Road Safety Council on the left and Mr. Mohammed Mpinga SACP National Traffice Police Boss & Secretary of the National Road Safety Council on the right. AAT participated at the 5th Tanzania Automotive Festival on October 2012 at the Mlimani City Mall in Dar es Salaam. The general public who visited the AAT tent at the festival appreciated AATs services and campaign of Road Safety Activities. The event chief guest was Hon Minister of Trade & Industry, Ndugu Abdulla Kigoda M.P. AAT participated at the 2012 Learnership programme which was held in Johannesburg, South Africa, organized by FIA-ACTA with AA of South Africa. The CEO, Mr. Yusuf Ghor and AAT Staff, Mr. Huzeifa Paliwala attended the programme.
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COMMITED ON THE ISSUE OF ROAD SAFETY IN TANZANIA
AAT PROVIDING FREE TRAINING TO OVER 1000 TAXI RIDERS - TWO WHEELER/THREE WHEELER
OFFICIAL MAGAZINE OF THE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION OF TANZANIA
AAT MAGAZINE CELEBRATES
5th YEAR ANNIVERSARY
GRAPHIC DESGN
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AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION OF TANZANIA
DRIVING SCHOOL
THE BEST DRIVER EDUCATION & TRAINING IN TANZANIA
tel : +255 22 2151837 email : info@aatanzania.org
annex I annex II annex III
ENrOL aT a DriviNG SCHOOL understand the training procedures PaSS YOUr PHYSiCaL TEST make payment at TRA TRA will issue you your new drivers licence (annex III) MaKE PaYMENT aT THE DriviNG SCHOOL obtain reciept and proceed to TRA
aT Tra obtain TIN certificate show driving school payment reciept fill TRA forms with class of licence required. TRA verification and payment TRA will take photograph & finger prints TRA will issue provisional licence (annex I)
viSiT TraFFiC POLiCE FOr PHYSiCaL TEST take with you : eye test certificate certificate from driving school (annex II) TRA reciept provisional licence (annex I) rETUrN BaCK aT THE DriviNG SCHOOL start your course COMPLETiON OF COUrSE recieve a certificate by your driving school (annex II)
PLEASE FOLLOW ALL TRAFFIC LAWS THEY ARE THERE FOR A REASON DRIVE SAFE
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Hatim Karimjee got involved in motor sports in Tanga in the 1960s when he joined the then ��TANGA MOTOR CLUB��. During those days Tanga Motor Club was an active club that organized go kart racing, rallies, hill climbs, sprints, and treasure hunts. In 1969, Hatim organized the Usambara Rally together with Naro Vadgama, Usambara Rally used to be a trial run for Kenyan drivers, as it was the same section used in the Safari Rally. In the 1970s Hatim moved to Dar es Salaam and joined the then ��Tanganyika Motor Sports Club�� - TMSC. Hatim was the Hon Secretary of TMSC for several years. TMSC at that time was a very active club with regular weekend events of rallies, hill climbs, sprints, crosses country and treasure hunts. In 1974 Hatim was crowned the Tanzania National Navigator Champion. While actively participating in motor events, Hatim was also a radio commentator for the Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation for the East African Safari Rally, Hatim featured with Hamza Kasongo. Hatim��s motor sports career ended with the economic crisis in Tanzania due to rising fuel prices, which ended all motor sports events in Tanzania for some time in the late 1970s. Hatim currently resides in Dar es Salaam, and is the Chairman of Toyota Tanzania Ltd. Jayant Shah got inolved in motor sports in the 1960s, Jayant started his career as a navigator. Jayant navigated, Parmar Pravin of Moshi. Ultimately Jayant became a driver, and till date he is active and has participated in over 100 rallies, In 1972 he took part in the toughest rally of the time - East African Safari Rally. As the saying goes Old is Gold, Jayant till today, at the age of 70 is driving his original car, Datsun 240Z and takes part in all Tanzanian motor rallies. During his 40 year career, Jayant has driven the Datsun/Nissan brand Datsun 1600, Datsun 710, Datsun PA10, and Datsun 240RS. Jayant won the Kenya National Rally Championships 3 years in a row - 1980/1981/1982. Jayant Shah resides in Arusha, and fully supports the Tanzania Motor Sport scene by taking part and promoting events. Jayant is currently the Chairman of A to Z Textile Mills Ltd based in Arusha.
Dar Diamond Rally 1973 first overall winner - John Grant & Hatim Karimjee (on right) On left Jayant Shah a loyal Nissan/Datsun Driver
down memory lane
TANZANIA MOTOR SPORTS
WALK DOWN WITH 1974 TANZANIA NAVIGATOR CHAMPION - HATIM KARIMJEE WALK DOWN WITH VETERAN DRIVER & NAVIGATOR - JAYANT SHAH

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You cannot talk about driver Tosky Hans without automatically thinking of navigator Late Malkit Grewal. They went together like salt and pepper or sweet and sour. They formed a formidable combination and were not an easy crew to beat. Their record of events showed an enviable list of placing in all the rallies run in the country. In 1989 they were runners up in the Tanzania National Championship and won it the following year, repeating the achievement once again in 1991. During the short six years of rallying, the Duo pulled off a total of 62 trophies. Tosky currently resides in Arusha, and his nephews, the 2008 Tanzania Drivers Champion - Navraj Hans and young upcoming driver Sartaj Hans, continue his legacy. Tosky is the Managing Director of Hans Industries, and still actively supports Tanzania Motor Sports scene. Satinder Birdi, son of Motor Sport enthusiast Late Mohinder Birdi. The name goes back with motor sports in Tanzania like bread & butter. Satinder is fondly known as ��Gugly��. Gugly entered the sport at a tender age of 18. He actively participated as a driver for 30 years. Gugly at the same time was the Chairman of Tanganyika Motor Sports Club (TMSC) from 1992 till 1999. He was crowned the Tanzania Drivers Champion in 1998, and repeated the same in 1999. After winning the Championship twice in a row, Gugly retired from driving and concentrated on the development of the sport as the Chairman of the Motor Sport Commission (AAT Motor Sport Commission). Gugly passed on his driving skills to his son Randeep, who is known as ��Sunny��. Sunny was the 2009 Tanzania Drivers Champion, a feat that he achieved exactly 10 years after his father, and the youngest Tanzanian Driver to be crowned a champion.
From Left : Late Malkit Grewal, Deepa Hans, and far right Tosky Hans with their winning trophies from General Tyre CEO Satinder Birdi with his Trophys in 1991 WALK DOWN WITH 1990/1991 CHAMPIONS - TOSKY HANS & LATE MALKIT GREWAL WALK DOWN WITH 1998/1999 CHAMPION SATINDER BIRDI
down memory lane
TANZANIA MOTOR SPORTS
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Kishore Shapriya & Deepak Kotak posing with their trophies TWO DECADE OLD SNAP, Kirit Pandya being flagged off at the Pepsi Cola Plant in Tanga. In the picture: Right to Left : Abbas Ghor (Designer of On The Move Magazine), Yusuf Ghor (Then Director of Marketing of Pepsi Cola Tanzania), Shoukat Dalal (Then GM Pepsi Arusha) and Satinder Birdi (Then Chairman of TMSC Club). from left : David Sutton, Gerard Miller, Satinder Birdi, Late Mohammed Virani, and Late Malkit Birdi at VIMTO Rally Presentation 1993
Mustafa Haji, Founder of DMSC, Current Patron. Active Rally career from 1988 - 2004. Mustafa used a Pegout 504 navigated by Laxman Sangi

TANZANIA MOTOR SPORTS
ONE OF THE FIRST LADIES CREW OF TANZANIA
Rani Hans & Shenaz Dar
(Rani Hans is the mother of Rally Ace Navraj Hans)
VETERANS

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TANZANIA
LAND OF KILIMANJARO, ZANZIBAR AND THE SERENGETI
Game Reserves / National Parks
Source: Minis try of N atural R esources & Tourism | Tanzania Touris t Board
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arusha Arusha national Park covers an area of about 127 square kilometers. It is located on the slopes of Mt. Meru, which looms over nearby Arusha town, and has a spectacular view of Mt. Kilimanjaro. The Ngurdoto Crater, Momela Lake, the highland montane forest, and Mt. Meru are the distinctive features of the park. Colobus and Velvet Monkeys, Bushbucks, Buffaloes, Red forest duikers, Hippos, Elephants and Giraffes are found here. Birdlife, especially waterfowl, are abundant and interesting. Lake Manyara Arboreal lions Location 125 kilometers west of Arusha town, under the wall of the Great Rift Valley, Lake Manyara national Park attained its status in 1960. The park is 330 square kilometers in size, of which 230 is covered by Lake Manyara. The most famous spectacle in the park is the tree-climbing lions, which are occasionally seen relaxing on the branches of acacia trees. Other animals found in this area include Elephants, Leopards, Impalas, Hippos, and millions of birds, especially Pelicans and Flamingos. Serengeti Simply the Greatest The Serengeti national park, covering 14,763 square kilometers, is by common consent the world��s greatest wildlife sanctuary. One of the most breathtaking events in the animal kingdom is the annual migration of hundred of thousands of wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles followed by the attendant predators. The Serengeti was accepted as a World heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve in 1981. The park��s terrain is varied: the vast, treeless central Serengetic plains, savannah dotted with acacia tree, magnificent rock outcrops called kopjes, reveries bush, thick scrub to streams, rivers, small swamps and lake. These features give the park a fascinating variety of habitats. Ngorogoro The Natural Zoo Ngorogoro Crater, is the largest unbroken caldera in the world. Surrounded by very steep walls rising 610 meters from the crater floor, this natural amphitheatre covers an area of about 260 square miles and is home to 25,000 large mammals, almost half of them zebra and wildebeests. There are also gazelles, buffaloes, elands, hartebeests, warthogs, and others. Such concentrated numbers attract predators, mainly lions and hyenas but also cheetahs and leopards. More than 100 especial of birds. Countless flamingoes form a pink blanket over the soda lake. Kilimanjaro Kilimanjaro National Park, gazette in 1973, exists to preserve the mountains outstanding scenic features, and its flora and fauna. At an altitude of 5,895 metres above sea level, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest in Africa, the highest free- standing mountain in the world. The outstanding features are three volcanic centers: Shira in the west (4,269 metres), Mawenzi in the east (5,280 metres), and snow-capped Kibo in the middle (5,895 metres). Also significant numbers of mammals, birds, and insects inhabit the area. Mammals include elephants, buffaloes, elands, duikers, leopards, baboons, and blue monkeys. The park has six hiking access routes through the Kilimanjaro forest reserve: Marangu, Mwika, Umbwe, machame, Shira and Rongai. The park headquarters is the Marangu on the forest edge and is reached by a tarmac road, 48 kilometers from Kilimanjaro International Airport. Tarangire River-Blessed Tarangire National Park is in northern Tanzania, 115, kilometers from te tourist town of Arusha. It lies along the Arusha-Dodoma Road; it is quite accessible by car. It has an area of 2,600 square kilometers. The park takes its name from the Tarangire River, which crosses it lengthwise, giving support to a large wildlife population during the dry season. During this season, between June and October, thousands of animals migrate from the dry Masaai steppe to the Tarangire River. Not surprisingly, lions and other predators find the place attractive.

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I WANT TO BE SAFE | NINATAKA KUWA SALAMA I PROMISE TO | NINAAHIDI
FIA GOLDEN RULES | KANUNI ZA MSINGI FIA
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2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 (JAN-OCT) TOTAL ACCIDENTS 20,615 22,739 24,665 23,986 16,641 DEATH 2905 3223 3,582 3,981 3,338 ENJURIES 17,861 19,263 20,656 20,802 19,552 DEATH OF ROAD USERS 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 PEDESTRIANS 1,018 1,090 1,191 1260 1,001 PASSENGERS 875 983 1,005 1,191 1,013 M/CYCLISTS 282 514 657 695 687 PEDAL CYCLISTIS 516 383 456 497 331 DRIVERS 152 234 229 284 246 HANDCARTS 62 19 44 54 60 TOTAL 2,905 3,223 3,582 3,981 3,338 TYPES OF VEHICLES INVOLVED IN ACCIDENTS PRIVATE CARS 9,710 12,788 12,116 14,758 11,686 BUSES (UP COUNTRY) 1,138 1,038 942 854 739 BUSES (CITY) 2,874 2,896 3,160 2,844 2,077 TAXI 1,136 965 1,258 1,011 689 PRIVATE HIRE (PSV) 1,237 1,249 960 679 638 TRUCK & TRAILERS 2,662 2,827 2,659 3,219 2,938 MOTORCYCLES 2,506 3,945 5,439 6,820 5,853 BICYCLES 2,269 2,107 2,038 1,956 1,213 PICK-UPS 4,168 3,021 2,633 1,745 1,295 HANDCARTS 0 0 68 35 27 TOTAL 27,700 30,836 31,273 33,921 27,155 REGIONAL WISE 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 ACCIDENT DAR ES SALAAM 9,015 10,050 10,671 10,439 9,327 ARUSHA 1,700 1,904 2,479 2,395 1,884 MOROGORO 1,464 1,575 1,744 1,974 1,385 KILIMANJARO 1,228 1,125 1,341 1,736 1,264 COAST 999 1,254 1,275 1,243 1,080 OTHER REGIONS 6,209 6,831 7,155 6,199 4,612 TOTAL 20,615 22,739 24,665 23,986 19,552
source: Traffic Hq - HIGHLIGTS
NOTE: POLICE REGIONS ARE NOW 28 COMPARED TO 21 REGIONS IN PREVIOUS YEARS * 2012 Figures are up to Oct. * Passenger & pedestrian fatality is 60% of total fatality for 2012 * Private cars constitutes 43% of total accidents for 2012 * Motorcycle / cyclist accidents are 26% of Total and fatality is 30% of total for 2012 * Dsm contributes 47.7% of accidents Region wise for 2012. Many of the accidents are not reported due to mutual understanding.
TANZANIA ACCIDENT, FATALITY & INJURY DATAS FROM 2008-2012 (JAN-OCT)
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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MOTORING INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC source : TRA
MOTOR  VEHICLE  RATES   Current  rates  for  Motor  Vehicle  Registration  and  Re-��licensing  
Motor  Vehicle  Registration   Applicable  Rate  
Motor  vehicle  registration  fee   Tshs.  150,000/=   Motor  cycle  Registration  fee   Tshs.  45,000/=   Personalized  registration  number   Tshs.  5,000,000/=  
Engine  Capacity   Annual  Fee  
Up  to  500  cc   Tshs.  50,000/=     501  –  1,500cc   Tshs.  100,000/=     1,500  –  2,500  cc   Tshs.  150,000/=     Above  2,500  cc   Tshs.  200,000/=     Tractors  used  for  agricultural  purposes   Exempted  
Fire  Inspection  Charges  for  Motor   vehicles   Applicable  rate  
Motor  Vehicle  with  1cc  to  500cc   Tshs.  10,000/=   Motor  Vehicle  with  501cc  to  1,500cc   Tshs.  20,000/=   Motor  Vehicle  with  1,501cc  to  2,500cc   Tshs.  30,000/=   Motor  Vehicle  with  more  than  2,500  cc   Tshs.  40,000/=   Rates  per  year  as  per  registration  Date  
 
Rates as per TRA Border for vehicles crossing into Tanzania Carnet de passage & others Commercial Vehicle (Tourist) $ 25 for 30 days others small/ medium type vehicle $ 25 for 30 days. Renewable 3 times only after expiry. Motorcycle/ Bicycle Free one year Insurance East Africa Community members Small/ medium type vehicles 7 days free After 7 days $ 20 for 30 days. Motorcycle/ bicycle free one year. Comesa Insurance compulsory Mandatory for vehicles First Aid Box; Life saver Triangle, Fire Extinguisher Temporary Importation of Motor Vehicles under Carnet de passage A. At the time of importation. �� The importer submits the Passbook/ pass sheet to the proper officer �� The proper officer checks the validity of the passbook and the eligibility of the importer to such facility. �� The officer conducts physical verification of the vehicle to ensure that the vehicle and accessories are properly recorded in the pass book/sheet. �� Officer Records in the pass book/sheet the details required sign and stamp in appropriate vouchers. �� The officer enters the temporary importation particulars in the Tempo- rary importation of Motor vehicles at Land Frontier Stations Register. �� The officer detaches the importation vouchers returns the passbook to the imp9orter and allows importation of the vehicles. B. At the time of re-exportation: �� The importer submits the passbook/sheet to the Customs office �� The proper officer checks that the importation particulars have been duly entered in the passbook/sheet and verify the validity of the passbook. �� Physically verify the motor vehicle against the pass sheet �� If the passbook/sheet and the vehicle are in order the officer will sign and stamp the exportation Voucher. �� The officer will detach the exportation voucher, return the passbook/ sheet to the owner and allow Re-expatriation.
Temporary Importation of Motor Vehicles under C36 C At the time of importation: �� The importer submits an application in Customs form C36 �� The customs officer verifies the completeness of the form C36 �� If satisfied that it is properly filled the officer checks the residential status of the importer in his passport and confirmation of the vehicle ownership of the vehicle. �� If both are correct, the officer physically examines the particulars of the motor vehicle comparing against the particulars in the attached documents. �� If it conforms the officer signs and stamps form C36 and allows the temporary importation. �� The officer requests for importation about the point of exit during exportation. If to be re exported at the same station, gives the origi- nal copy of C36 to the importer and retains the duplicate. If to be re exporter using another station, gives the original to the importer retain the duplicate and forward the triplicate to the other station (exit point) �� The officer collects relevant statutory fees �� Allow the temporary importer vehicle to enter D. On exportation �� The importer submits previously approved original form C36 to Customs at the point of exit �� Officer verifies the authenticity of form C36 and time validity of the importation �� If satisfied he physically verifies the vehicle and compare particulars against the documents �� If found Ok stamps and signs in the form C36 to allow expor- tation.
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RAVI T. CHANDE former Managing Director of Pepsi Cola Bottlers in Tanzania. Passed away on 28th November 2012 in Bangalore, India. Pepsi Cola Bottlers under the leadership of Ravi T. Chande were the biggest supporters and sponsors of motor rallies namely ; 7UP Safari Rally, Pepsi Twiga Rally, Pepsi Usambara Rally in Tanzania during the 1970s to 1990s Late Kabombe and Late Shapriya were great supporters of Motor Sports in Tanzania. Both participated in assisting various Rallying events in Tanzania. All will be greatly missed by the Motor Rally Faternity.
May God rest their souls in eternal peace, amen!
Motor Vehicles registered for the Period 2007 - 2012 excluding govt. Police, Army and DFP (Donor Funded Project) for the whole of Tanzania
Period
Jan – Oct Jan – Dec. Jan – Dec. Jan – Dec. Jan – Dec. Jan – Dec. % of Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 Total 1 Agriculture tractors 1605 1,218 1,481 1,150 1,013 1,240 7,707 1.00 2 Agriculture Trailers 141 36 39 32 13 12 273 0.03 3 Construction Equipments 737 1,009 777 638 459 363 3,983 0.50 4 Heavy load vehicles 5185 5,848 5,724 7,657 7,660 6,763 38,837 4.80 (GVM > 3500KG) 5 Heavy Passenger Vehicles 1791 2,850 4,217 3,958 3,423 2,767 19,006 2.05 (12 or more Persons) 6 Light load vehicles 4261 5,307 4,838 5,950 5,184 5,698 31,238 3.08 (GVM 3500kg or less) 7 Light passenger vehicles 31545 34,577 40,335 37,966 29,083 22,932 196,438 24.30 (less than 12 persons) 8 Motor Tricycles 5707 4,907 2,025 2,124 1,306 460 16,529 2.00 ( Three wheeler) 9 Motor cycles (Two wheeler) 88727 114,743 115,732 85,702 45,474 28,529 478,907 60.00 10 Others 351 406 190 185 16 37 1,185 1.40 11 Trailers 2881 2,799 2,392 2,137 1,733 1,786 13,728 1.07 TOTAL 142931 173,700 177,750 147,499 95,364 70,587 807,831 % of Total 17.6 21.5 22.0 18.2 11.8 8.70 0
% Increase v/s YAGO (-17.7) (-2.2) 20.5 54.5 35.5 0
MOTOR VEHICLES - IMPORTATION
Source of Data's - Tanzania Revenue Authority
Total
*    Motor  cycles  Importation  &    Registration  have  been  climbing  up  every  year  and  for  the  last  6  years  it              represents  Total  60%  of  the  vehicles  registered  &  for  2012  up  to  Oct  62%. *    Bajaj  Three  Wheeler  share  every  year  is    climbing  from  460  units  registered  in  2007  to  5707  Units.            in  2012  (increase  of  1140%). *    Light  passenger  vehicles  constitutes  24%  of  total  Registration  &  for  2012  up  to  Oct.  22.0%. *    Data's  for  2006,  2005,  2004  &  2003  available  on  request. *    Data's  for  2012  Nov.  -��  Dec.    were  not  available  at  the  time  of  printing  this  magazine. NB:    YAGO  Means  "Year  Ago"
Source  of  Data's  -��  Tanzania  Revenue  Authority Information  &  Statistics  -��  Formatted  by  AA  Tanzania  
Anver Kabombe
06.05.2012
Ravi T. Chande
28.11.2012
Pravin Shapriya
01.11.2012
OBITUARY 2012

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