Ban on  Old Trucks
Ban on  Old Trucks

Ban on Old Trucks

Ban on Old Trucks

Dilapidated trucks of over 50 years will be prohibited from plying on Iranian roads as of the beginning of the next fiscal year (March 21), the chairman of the Islamic Republic of Iran Road Maintenance and Transportation Organization announced. “Based on the road fleet renovation project carried out by the organization, 65,000 dilapidated trucks will be disposed of within the next five years. The owners of these trucks can use banking facilities with a 9% interest to purchase a new vehicle,” Davoud Keshavarzian was also quoted as saying by IRNA.


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