Why motor in­surance?

Jamaica Gleaner - - SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES -

Un­der the Motor Ve­hi­cles In­surance (Third Party Risks) Act of 1941, a min­i­mum level of in­surance is com­pul­sory if you in­tend to op­er­ate a ve­hi­cle on the Ja­maican roads. Be­ing caught driv­ing a ve­hi­cle that is not in­sured is an of­fence. In ad­di­tion, it is in your best in­ter­est to en­sure that whether through some­one else’s fault or yours, an ac­ci­dent or loss does not cause you fi­nan­cial hard­ship. In­sur­ing your ve­hi­cle is a means of pro­tect­ing your­self.

pack­age, as well as the sporty and fun SportLine ver­sion.

The new BMW X1 is at the top of its class, out­per­form­ing its ri­vals the Mercedes-Benz GLA Class and the Audi Q3, with its gen­er­ous seat­ing and cargo space, pow­er­ful TwinTurbo four-cylin­der en­gine and all­round ath­letic han­dling. The BMW X1’s mul­ti­tude of fea­tures are ad­van­ta­geous for the most ad­ven­tur­ous of life­styles and fam­ily-ori­ented trips.

ATL Au­to­bahn is lo­cated at 5 Or­chard Road, Kingston 5. For more in­for­ma­tion on the BMW X1 and other BMW mod­els, con­tact 1-888-ATLSERV (1-888-285-7378).

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