Ethiopian Car portal Blog

  • If you are frustrated about the amount of time you waste lining up to fill up the tank, a solution may be in the works to save you time.   “Oromia Petroleum”, a newly planned crude refinery and fuel distribution business is being proposed that aspires to take 7% of Ethiopia’s commercial...
  • Can’t decide between these two car insurance choices? Then the first step before making the decision is to understand the differences.   Most Ethiopian car owners have a crude understanding of the differences between these two policies, but they usually end up making their car insurance...
  • Many car owners in Ethiopia are not well versed in the “under the hood” details of the cars they drive. Most simply rush to take their cars to neighborhood repair shops commonly known in Ethiopia as “Garages” for every little problem. This certainly comes with an unexpected cost often...
  • As most cars in the Ethiopian market are used or commonly known as “Used Abroad” to refer to the fact that the cars are not driven on Ethiopian roads, buyers are advised to make an informed decision before sealing the deal.   The domination of the car market by commission agents is perhaps...
  • Jun 19, 2017

    Date night in a car

    Given the high prices of cars in Ethiopia, it is no wonder that a car even as old as a run-down Toyota Corolla from the 80’s is a treasured asset. For some, their cars can even be called upon to serve as a hide away for the “perfect date night”.   Few years back when parking alongAddis...
  • By the end of 2016, the number of Africa’s mobile subscribers had already reached 1bn. That is equivalent to the number of people that inhabit the continent.   About the same time, Ethiopia’s sole telecom operator, Ethio Telecom had quietly made it to be the second largest telecom operator...
  • Jun 12, 2017

    Fasten your seatbelt

    Since it became a mandatory rule a few years ago, fastening seatbelt before turning on the ignition on your car has now become a norm in Ethiopia.   In fact, it is also mandatory for passengers to fasten their seatbelts in some of Ethiopia’s regional states. This is very commendable and it...
  • The praise for the rate of Ethiopia’s economic growth continues unabated. By now, it is no more news that the Ethiopian economy holds the enviable position of being the fastest growing economy in the world.   The American credit rating agency S&P recently affirmed its view for Ethiopia’s...
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