The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has announced a recall of 2014 Mercedes-Benz G-Class models to replace the horn and bulb mount of both tail lamps as well as to perform coding in the SAM control unit and driver seat control unit.
The recall is being carried out in collaboration with Nasser Bin Khaled Automobiles, dealer of Mercedes-Benz vehicles in Qatar.
The campaign falls within the framework of the Ministry of Economy and Commerce’s ongoing efforts to protect consumers and ensure that automobile dealers follow up on vehicle defects and repairs.
The ministry has said it will co-ordinate with the dealer to follow up on maintenance and repair works and communicate with customers to ensure that the necessary repairs are carried out.
A Doha Criminal Court has fined a motorist QR3,000 for reckless driving and ordered the withdrawal of his licence for a month, local Arabic daily Arrayah reported yesterday.
The court also fined a friend of the accused QR5,000 for giving a false testimony. The case goes back when the main accused motorist drove the vehicle of his friend recklessly and crashed into two parked vehicles, damaging them. Then, he called his friend, the owner of the vehicle, to come and help him. The vehicle owner told the investigators that he was the one driving the car at the time of the accident to protect his friend. But, subsequently he admitted the truth. Accordingly, the court convicted both.
Community house at embassy
The monthly community house at the Indian embassy will be held on December 25 (Friday), according to an embassy statement. It is scheduled from 5.30pm to 6.30pm.
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