Zimbabwe High Court sets aside fire extinguisher rule

From Kubatana Zimbabwe Blog Fri Nov 16 2012, 07:06:45

According to NewsDay, the High Court in Zimbabwe on Wednesday set aside Statutory Instrument 154/2010. This was the regulation that banned left-hand drive vehicles, required motorists to carry red reflective triangles and fire extinguishers, and prohibited driving of a car with a malfunctioning window winding mechanism (amongst other things). So. How long until the Zimbabwe [...]

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