Cyprus police are preparing a digital application-linked data platform containing the details of drivers caught breaking traffic rules by speed cameras to track down offenders. In comments to the Financial Mirror, the
The government is working on ways to collect thousands of unpaid fines from the speed camera network, said Transport Minister Alexis Vafeades. In statements to ANT1 TV, Vafeades revealed that approximately 178,000
Cypriot motorists are turning to greener vehicles, as sales of electric and hybrids have doubled in the first three months of the year compared to 2022. According to the latest data, sales
Offending motorists will be notified by mobile phone text to pay their fine once the House amends the Traffic Camera law demanded by the police. The police have pressured authorities to amend
Cypriot motorists have got a respite from rising pump prices, as petrol and diesel fell by 17 and 11 cents per litre, respectively, compared to a month ago, as crude oil is
Despite petrol prices in the Turkish occupied north following a similar upward trend as in the Republic, they are still significantly lower by around 35%, attracting Greek Cypriot motorists to fill up.
Motorists must dig deeper into their wallets when filling up their vehicles with fuel as pump prices continue to rise, the Cyprus Consumers Association (CCA) said on Monday. In comments to the