Jakarta's Odd Even Regulations
Jakarta's Odd Even Regulations on 26 road sections has also been stated in the Governor's Regulation number 88 of 2019 concerning Amendments to Regulation Number 155 of 2018 concerning Traffic Restrictions with an Odd Even Regulations
"The results of the meeting agreed that the Odd Even Regulations will be reactivated to Pergub number 88 of 2019 which means that currently through arrangements for 13 roads, this will be reactivated on 25 roads," said Head of the DKI Jakarta Transportation Agency, Syafrin Liputo, Wednesday, May 25, 2022. (liputan6.com)
The following are the locations for the 26 Odd Even Regulations to be implemented:
1. Jalan Pintu Besar
2. Jalan Gajah Mada
3. Jalan Hayam Wuruk
4. Jalan Majapahit
5. Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat
6. Jalan MH Thamrin
7. Jalan Jenderal Sudirman
8. Jalan Sisingamangaraja
9. Jalan Panglima Polim
10. Jalan Fatmawati
11. Jalan Suryopranoto
12. Jalan Balikpapan
13. Jalan Kyai Caringin
14. Jalan Tomang Raya
15. Jalan Jenderal S Parman
16. Jalan Gatot Subroto
17. Jalan MT Haryono
18. Jalan HR Rasuna Said
19. Jalan D.I Pandjaitan
20. Jalan Jenderal A. Yani
21. Jalan Pramuka
22. Jalan Salemba Raya sisi Barat
23. Jalan Salemba Raya sisi Timur mulai dari Simpang Jalan Paseban Raya sampai Jalan Diponegoro
24. Jalan Kramat Raya
25. Jalan Stasiun Senen
26. Jalan Gunung Sahari.
Car engine sizes: What you need to know
A key area to consider before purchasing a new car is engine size; the size of a car engine will have a large impact on the performance, economy and value of a vehicle. But what does engine size mean and how should it affect your willingness to purchase a car? Here, we’ll take a look at what engine size means and why size doesn’t always matter!Engine size is the volume of fuel and air that can be pushed through a car’s cylinders and is measured in cubic centimetres (cc).
Car engine sizes are normally specified in litres, which is rounded up to the nearest tenth of a litre.As you can likely imagine, larger engines with an increased capacity for fuel and air require more fuel than smaller engines. This is especially true if you’re quick to accelerate or drive at maximum speeds on long motorway journeys.
Engine capacity is the volume of all the pistons in the engine cylinder as measured by the maximum movement from top to bottom. So, the greater the CC of the vehicle's engine, the greater the power produced.
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What to do if your passport is lost or stolen while abroad?
The first thing you need to do is go to the local police station to report the theft or loss of your passport. This procedure will protect you in case of misuse of your passport. You will also receive a police report describing the circumstances of the loss or theft.
Tips: a scan or photocopy of a passport should be made before international trips. Photocopies should be kept in a location other than the actual passport, for extra security, in case something happens to the original document.
You must also report the loss or theft of your passport at the nearest embassy or consulate of your country of citizenship. If you are in possession of copies or scans of your passport, do enclose them in your report.
The following are the documents that must be prepared for processing lost/damaged passports at the immigration office:
1. Police Certificate (Lost or Stolen Passport)
2. Identity Card;
3. Family Card;
4. Birth certificate and/or School Diploma;
5. Old passport (especially for damaged passports).