New service fee needed to meet road maintenance costs: ministry

The Finance Ministry says a new service fee has to be levied to make up a major shortfall in meeting expressway maintenance costs.

It says that state coffers can only cover 35-40 percent of the VND830 million ($35,700) needed to maintain each kilometer of expressways in the country.

Given the budgetary constraints for maintaining them, the quality of expressways in the country could deteriorate quickly, the ministry says in a recent report.

The country also needs more investment in expressways as the current total length of nearly 969 kilometers is only 15 percent of the 6,411-kilometer target set for 2030.

Building a kilometer of a typical four-lane and six-lane expressway costs around VND130 billion and VND190 billion, respectively.

This requires a new service fee charged on expressways built with public funding, the ministry said.

With 196 kilometers of expressways built with public funds, a proposed service fee of VND1,000 per kilometer will add VND2.14 trillion annually to the state coffers.

However, the ministry also acknowledged that such a fee could prove unpopular among road users who are already paying road maintenance fees to the government and tolls to private road builders.

Báo chí Đông Nam Á ấn tượng với VinFast President

Tạp chí Hops của Indonesia đánh giá VinFast là một điển hình có thể học tập, trong khi tờ Asean Post của Malaysia cho rằng hãng xe Việt có tiềm năng phát triển.

Sau màn ra mắt khách Việt đầu tháng này, VinFast President tạo nên sự thu hút của giới báo chí tại một số quốc gia trong khu vực. Mẫu SUV hàng đầu của hãng xe Việt khiến các báo tại Malaysia (Paultan, Carmalaysia… ) và Indonesia (Hops, Katadata…) không thể bỏ qua với các bài viết cùng nhiều bình luận bày tỏ sự “ấn tượng”.

Tờ Hops không tiếc lời khen cho mẫu xe này: “Chiếc SUV mang tên President của nhà sản xuất VinFast sở hữu thiết kế khoẻ mạnh nhưng lại toát lên sự sang trọng mà các thiết kế SUV khác không có được. Có thể nói, ngoại hình mẫu xe này có thể cạnh tranh sòng phẳng với một số mẫu xe sang khác trên thế giới”.

VinFast President tại Hà Nội. Ảnh:Hoàng Hải

VinFast President tại Hà Nội. Ảnh: Hoàng Hải.

VinFast President được nhà sản xuất chú trọng đặc biệt vào những chi tiết xa xỉ, từ nội thất được trang bị chất liệu da nappa và sợi carbon để tạo nên phong cách sang trọng và thể thao cho hành khách và người lái.

“Được định vị là một chiếc SUV đẳng cấp, VinFast President được trang bị động cơ V8 mạnh mẽ với dung tích 6,2 lít, sản sinh công suất 445 mã lực. Không có gì ngạc nhiên khi chiếc xe thân lớn này có khả năng tăng tốc lên đến 300 km một giờ”, tờ Hops bình luận.

“Mẫu xe được trang bị động cơ mạnh mẽ, thiết kế hầm hố, công nghệ hiện đại và số lượng sản xuất rất hạn chế, chắc hẳn VinFast President sẽ khiến giới nhà giàu ở một số quốc gia quan tâm, cũng như mong muốn sở hữu chiếc xe này để bổ sung vào bộ sưu tập xe sang trong gara của họ”, tờ báo này phân tích thêm.

Trong khi đó, tờ Carscoop khen ngợi chiến lược của VinFast, với khẳng định: “VinFast muốn thế giới nhìn nhận họ một cách nghiêm túc qua việc tự chủ sản xuất mẫu xe VinFast President”.

Trước đó, hồi tháng 8 năm ngoái, các mẫu xe VinFast từng xuất hiện dày đặc trên báo chí Malaysia, đặc biệt trong khuôn khổ chuyến thăm Việt Nam của Thủ tướng Malaysia Mahathir Mohamad. Ông đã đích thân lái thử và trầm trồ nhận xét trước đông đảo báo giới Malaysia: “Thiết kế đẹp, máy khoẻ, xe chạy êm như xe điện”.

Nhân sự xuất hiện của VinFast President, một số tờ báo khác nhìn lại con đường “chông gai “của những hãng xe quốc gia tại Indonesia và Malaysia.

Theo trang Katadata, Indonesia từng có những doanh nghiệp có khả năng hiện thực hoá xây dựng thương hiệu ôtô quốc gia nhưng chưa bao giờ có mặt trên thị trường. Cụ thể, vào những năm 1990-2000, 2 hãng xe Maleo và Timor thất bại khi gặp hàng loạt vấn đề vi phạm các nguyên tắc thương mại tự do. Mẫu xe Esemka cũng chìm trong tình trạng “lấp lửng” kể từ khi hãng tuyên bố ra mắt vào 2007. Theo trang này, đến nay, người dân Indonesia vẫn xem Esemka là “quả bom xịt” bởi những tuyên bố hoành tráng. Hiện các mẫu xe của hãng chủ yếu nằm trên giấy.

Mẫu xe VinFast President được trưng bày tại sảnh toà nhà cao nhất Việt Nam - Landmark 81.

Mẫu xe VinFast President được trưng bày tại sảnh toà nhà cao nhất Việt Nam – Landmark 81.

Không riêng Indonesia, tại Malaysia, hãng xe Proton mang trong mình niềm tự hào và biểu tượng công nghiệp quốc gia. Tờ báo lớn nhất Malaysia – New Straits Times đã từng dành vị trí lớn trên trang nhất để khẳng định “Proton – Biểu tượng của lòng tự tôn”.

Tổng doanh số bán ra của Proton là 70.000 chiếc, chiếm 45% tức 2/3 thị trường Malaysia ngay trong năm đầu tiên và bắt đầu xuất khẩu sang các quốc gia phát triển. Tuy vậy, vào năm 2017, dù nhận được khoản trợ cấp hơn 3 tỉ USD nhưng Proton vẫn gặp rắc rối về tài chính. Rốt cuộc, Proton đã bán lại 49,9% cổ phần cho Tập đoàn Zhejiang Geely Holding của Trung Quốc.

Ông Peter Mumford, nhà tư vấn chính trị phụ trách mảng về Đông Nam Á cho rằng: “Việc tìm đối tác nước ngoài của Proton là giải pháp hợp lý cho một hãng đang hoạt động không hiệu quả. Đó từng là biểu tượng quốc gia nhưng lại đang suy tàn”.

Covid-19 horror show continues for Vietnam cinemas

A dearth of releases and Covid-19 fears keep audiences away from cinemas, which are hoping for a revival after a long ordeal.

As of September 9, Hollywood blockbuster “Tenet”, seen as a cinema savior amid the pandemic, has failed to help theaters get back on their feet.

In 12 days since its release in Vietnam the long-awaited sci-fi movie directed by British filmmaker Christopher Nolan has earned around VND25.7 billion ($1.1 million), according to Box Office Vietnam.

In the same period, Hollywood hits “Caption Marvel” and “Spider-Man: Far From Home” respectively collected VND110 billion and VND112 billion last year.

Ten other movies running in cinemas have fared much worse with revenues of less than VND10 billion each.

Though the pandemic has been controlled to a great extent and the movie industry is warming up after the Covid-19 hibernation, the specter of Covid-19 seems to continue hanging over cinemas across Vietnam, with many screens again shut by the new infection wave of July and August.

A representative from CGV, the country’s largest cinema chain, said it had closed nine of 82 cinemas across seven provinces and cities after the new Covid-19 outbreak hit central Da Nang City late July.

In August, popular chains like Galaxy Studio, Lotte and Beta Cineplex also shut locations where Covid-19 social distancing was imposed to contain the pandemic, including central Hoi An Town, southern Dong Nai Province, Central Highlands Buon Me Thuot Town.

Closure has plunged the cinema business into an upheaval.

“The situation is so dire that people think 30-40 percent of last year’s ticket sales will be good enough,” Nguyen Thi Mai Hoa, cinema manager at Galaxy Studio, told local media.

The closure of around 10 percent of cinemas is not a worrying issue, but the low number of moviegoers is, she said.

Covid-19 drama

Covid-19 fears have prevented movie fans, especially families with children, from going to cinemas where crowds and closed spaces could spread the novel coronavirus.

Audiences are uncomfortable in public because of the pandemic, with cinemas taking a long time to recover, according to director Nguyen Quang Dung.

Big screens face a dilemma since more and more people have grown used to streaming films at home amid the pandemic, enjoying a greater choice of movies, and web dramas.

They do not want to return to theaters unless there is something good enough to attract them, many movie lovers said.

A young man who had come to see “Tenet” at a CGV cinema in Hanoi’s Long Bien District said: “I have more choice of movies and web series at home; movies in cinemas at the moment are boring.”

Nguyen Quoc Khanh, a spokesperson for CGV, said the long-drawn pandemic means people are only now slowly returning to their normal habits, while there is no blockbuster at the moment attractive to both adults and children.

A staff member sanitizes a cinema of CGV. Photo courtesy of CGV.

An employee disinfects a CGV cinema. Photo courtesy of CGV.

A shortage of movies is another reason audiences are not coming.

Worried about the impact of the pandemic on ticket sales and profits, many producers and distributors have postponed their movies’ release or are promoting them on streaming platforms.

“Rom”, winner in the New Currents Award category at the Busan Film Festival in South Korea last year, was set for a July 31 release months after getting a screening license, but the second Covid-19 outbreak meant it was put off to the end of September.

Other Vietnamese movies such as “Ta Nang – Phan Dung” (Survive), “Lat Mat 5” (Face Off) and “Tiec Trang Mau” (Blood Moon Party) face a similar fate.

Foreign blockbusters like “Wonder Woman 1984” and “No Time To Die” will not hit cinemas any time before October.

Many cinemas have hunkered down by offering more promotions and showing old blockbuster to get moviegoers back.

Most have slashed the prices of tickets and food and beverages.

Hollywood movies like “Big Hero 6”, “Captain America: Civil War” and “Inception” have been rescreened in the last few months.

Waiting for a blockbuster to attract more patrons to the big screen, many cinemas experience a dire outlook.

Industry insiders believe however that the love for movies has not gone away. Director Charlie Nguyen, whose movie is slated for a December release, explained: “To get more moviegoers like we used to have, the only option is to have a good movie, whether foreign or Vietnamese.”

VinFast enters luxury segment with new SUV

Vietnamese automaker VinFast has launched a luxury SUV, the VinFast President, to take on global brands like Lexus and Mercedes.

To cost VND4.6 billion ($198,200), the seven-seater looks similar to VinFast’s first SUV, the Lux SA2.0, but with more advanced technologies and frills like massage and heated seats.

Its 420HP V8 engine could go from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in 6.8 seconds and offers a top speed of nearly 300 kph.

VinFast will produce only 500 units and sell them exclusively in Vietnam. The first 100 customers will get a 17 percent discount on the price.

In its segment, the VinFast President costs 45 percent lower than the Lexus LX 570 and 33 percent lower than the BMW X7.

Industry insiders admitted it lacks some premium features often seen in luxury cars such as captain’s chairs, TV screens and a high-end sound system.

The V8 engine of VinFast President. Photo courtesy of VinFast.

The V8 engine of VinFast President. Photo courtesy of VinFast.

The vehicle signifies the ambition of VinFast, a unit of Vietnam’s largest conglomerate, Vingroup, to enter all segments of the auto market after bringing out its first vehicle in July last year.

Its other offerings are the VinFast Fadil hatchback, Lux A2.0 sedan and Lux SA2.0 SUV.

The company sold 5,124 cars in the first quarter of this year to rank fifth in sales behind Hyundai, Toyota, Kia, and Honda.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

A group of students in Hanoi have tried to recreate the famous Batmobile of Batman with a limited VND 500 million ( $21,500) budget.

Nguyen Dac Chung, a 23-year-old student of the Hanoi University of Architecture started building the automobile 10 months ago with his friends. They even hired some extra people to speed up the processThe Vietnamese Batmobile is almost complete, but not ready to hit the road yet.

Chung said he was inspired to embark on this project by his passion for the original version of the Batmobile in the Christopher Nolan’s 2008 blockbuster “The Dark Knight”. He also saw it as a potential breakthrough in the cosplay career that he is perusing.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

Chung first used a 3D drawing because he couldn’t find the blueprint of the original version used in the movie. The car’s body is made of thermoplastic, iron pipes and glue. The falcon-wing doors are designed to open exactly like in the movie.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

The front wheels are designed independently because they are the hardest part during the operational design and the team is looking to revise this detail to make the car able to run.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

The rear of the car has been raised up with dual tires of extra large size. Chung ordered six of them for over VND100 million, using borrowings as well as money earned from his business of selling cosplay accessories. Raising money was one of the reasons it has taken such a long time to complete the project.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

The exhaust system at the back is actually a jet engine in the original version, so Chung made a fake one using cartons, his limited finances not allowing the use of more expensive materials.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

The flaps can be adjusted to go high and low with compressed air pipes. Chung used the technical expertise of his friends to complete the hydraulic system and electrical parts.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

The Batmobile uses sportscar seats. Except for the engine, all other parts were purchased new and installed by the team.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

The interior is still incomplete with many unfinished details. No safety features or entertainment accessories have been used.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

The car has two adult seatsChung said he and his friends have created the Batmobile for promoting, exhibiting and going into the industry of making accessories for movies, a relatively new vocation in the country.

Students build a Batmobile with eye on movie accessories

The Batmobile has a 400 cc engine and if it is able to run, it can reach a speed of 90 kilometers per hour. However, the vehicle won’t run on normal roads in normal condition due to technical factors and traffic regulations, Chung said

Can Foreigners Drive in Vietnam? Driver License Laws

With the huge rising wave of immigration into Vietnam, the demand for transportation is one of the most concerns of many foreigners, particularly for who has an intent to work and live in Vietnam. However, the question is, do you really know about the driving rules in Vietnam and can foreigners drive in Vietnam?

This article will give you all the information about the driving rules for foreigners in Vietnam included license, regulations, and advice. Let’s find out!

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT VIETNAM DRIVING RULES

First of all, you should know some basic knowledge about Vietnam driving rules due to the differences in the culture and rules in Vietnam

1. CAN FOREIGNERS DRIVE IN VIETNAM?

Of course, You can come across to see foreigners run motorbike on the street easily. In Vietnam, foreigners can drive any kind of motorbike or car in Vietnam whenever they have a Vietnamese driving license. About driving license in Vietnam, you can exchange from your international driving license into Vietnamese driving license or in cases where the law on treaties of your countries about driving licenses to which Vietnam is a contracting party contains different provisions, the provisions of such international treaties should be applied.

After you exchange your license to a Vietnamese driving license, your license is valid as same as the time in your Visa, temporary residence card or Visa exemption paper but it should not be over 10 years, according to the law of the Vietnamese government.

For example:

  • Foreigners who using visa 1,2 or 3 times per month -> Your driving license after exchanged will be valid in 1,2 or 3 months then you need to exchange again!

(Note: Foreigners without Vietnamese nationality will not be extended the expired driving license such as people who have Vietnamese nationality)

  • Foreigners who using temporary residence card in 3 years -> Your driving license after exchanged will be valid in 3 years.
  • Foreigners who using Visa exemption in 5 years à Your driving license after exchanged will be valid in 5 years.

The progress of the exchange Vietnamese driving license will take at least 7 days after you submitted all necessary documents.

2. WHAT ARE THE DRIVING RULES IN VIETNAM?

It is important for any foreigners or travelers to be aware of the following rules for driving in Vietnam:

  • Traffic drives on the left side of the road are for the car and the right side is for motorbikes in Vietnam
  • The minimum driving age in Vietnam is 16 for 50cc motorbikes and from 18 for all vehicles.
  • About the speed limit in Vietnam, please click here
  • The blood alcohol content limit for driving in Vietnam is 0% for car drivers or 50mg/100ml of blood and 0.25mg/1l of gas when breathing who exceed this limit may face a fine as below:

+ For car drivers:

  • Deprive the driving license for 1 month & face a fine is around 2.000.000 to 3.000.000 VND when the driver exceeded the blood alcohol limit 0% or < 50mg/100ml of blood and 0.25mg/1l of gas when breathing.
  • Deprive the driving license for 2 months & face a fine is around 7.000.000 to 8.000.000 VND when the driver exceeded the blood alcohol limit 0% or 50mg – 80mg/100ml of blood and 0.25mg – 0.4mg/1l of gas when breathing.
  • Deprive the driving license for 2 months & face a fine is around 10.000.000 to 15.000.000 VND when the driver exceeded the blood alcohol limit 0% or >80mg/100ml of blood and 0.4mg/1l of gas when breathing.

+ For motorbike drivers:

  • Deprive the driving license for 1 month & face a fine is around 500.000 to 1.000.000 VND when the driver exceeded the blood alcohol limit 0% or 50mg – 80mg/100ml of blood and 0.25mg – 0.4mg/1l of gas when breathing.
  • Deprive the driving license for 2 months & face a fine is around 2.000.000 to 3.000.000 VND when the driver exceeded the blood alcohol limit or >80mg/100ml of blood and 0.4mg/1l of gas when breathing.

To enforce the driving laws, police in Vietnam will check suddenly any time on the street. Therefore, it is very necessary to know these rules if you are planning to drive any kind of vehicle in Vietnam.

3. WHAT ARE ROAD CONDITIONS LIKE IN VIETNAM?

In general, the quality of roads in Vietnam is fine, some roads still maintenance and make poor road conditions. The most difficult thing for foreigners when driving in Vietnam is that traffic does not respect the lanes and usually has traffic jams.

Vietnamese drivers are notorious for ignoring the driving rules such as ignore traffic lights, overtake from the wrong traffic drive side, it would be dangerous or uncommon with foreigners because of the difference in driving culture.

4. HOW TO RENT OR BUY MOTORBIKE OR CAR IN VIETNAM?

Due to the road conditions, almost foreigners or travelers in Vietnam choose to rent or buy a motorbike to drive by themselves, very few people choose to rent or buy a car owing to the expensiveness and costs for car in Vietnam.

When you are planning to buy a motorbike in Vietnam, it is necessary to keep the following in mind:

  • There is a wide variety of models of motorbike.
  • You can find a motorbike shop in Vietnam easily
  • Check the price before you decide to buy, because when you buy, the price will be added taxes, the fee for other spare parts
  • If you feel confident about your driving skills In Vietnam, you can consider buying a long-distance motorbike.
5. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT VIETNAM DRIVING LICENSE

After you learned about the new driving rules in Vietnam for foreigners in 2020, you should know about the driving license in Vietnam. The question is, how to get the driving license in Vietnam?

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT VIETNAM DRIVING LICENSE

Vietnam Driving License

According to Clause 1, Article 41 of Circular No. 12/2017 / TT-BGTVT provides for the procedure for the foreign driving license as follows:

  1. The driver shall prepare 1 set of the dossier and send it directly to the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam or the Department of Transport (where you have registered residence, stay, temporarily reside or settle permanently). included:
  2. The application for a driving license (only for foreigners according to the form prescribed in Appendix 20 to this Circular);
  3. Copies of the translation of the foreign driver’s license into Vietnamese is guaranteed to have the translation quality of a Notary agencies or your Embassy, ​​Consulate in Vietnam where the translator works, sealed with a copy of the driver’s license; in case of detecting any suspicion, the driving license-issuing agency shall request the embassy or consulate of the country issuing the driver’s license in Vietnam to verify;
  4. A copy of passport (part of passport number, full name and photo of the grantee, expiry date and visa entry page into Vietnam), or copy of residence card, residence card, temporary residence card, permanent residence card, verification of permanent residence in Vietnam for foreigners; In case of detecting any suspicion, the driver licensing agency shall send a written request to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Immigration Department of the Ministry of Public Security, the Immigration Department of the Police Department at your province or city directly. centrally verified.

You need to apply and fill the form for a driving license from the Department of Transportation, it has offices either in Hanoi or Saigon.

Address 1 (Hanoi): Office of Traffic and Public Works, 16 Cao Ba Quat Street

Address 2 (Saigon): Office of Transportation, 63 Ly Tu Trong Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1

When coming to carry out the procedure for changing a driver’s license, the driver must take a photo directly at the driver licensing agency and must produce the original of the above-mentioned documents (except the originals sent) for comparison.

SUGGESTION

It would be great if you are aware of some basic rules and have a Vietnamese friend or lawyer to help you get the driving license

For Foreign Nationality, the following cases are allowed to use International IAA – issued by the US in Vietnam.

  • Vietnam visa short-term visa (visa less than 3 months)
  • Absolutely must have a National issued license accompanied by an international license – and that license must be valid

For example, an American – must have a driver’s license issued by the United States – still valid – accompanied by an International license to drive.

  • Drivers of any type of driving license are permitted in that category

For example, You are a French and you have a French driving license issued only a car class when using the International license, they can only drive a car in Vietnam (maximum of less than 9 seats).

CONCLUSION

Here are all the new driving rules for foreigners in 2020, we hope it helps you to having a good time when driving motorbikes or cars in Vietnam.

If you feel difficult to drive in Vietnam, please consider to rent our vehicles with drivers

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Especially we can provide VIETNAM LONG-TERM CAR RENTAL with the best price in the market 2020 with many different types of cars, new and luxurious cars suitable for all customers’ needs.

Normally, customer choose Toyota Innova, Toyota Fortuner for long term car rental

The monthly car rental service of Xecarvietnam.com, customers will be guaranteed:

  • Vehicles are always maintained and checked regularly and periodically
  • Experienced driver, always obey the time regulation, on time or earlier than the time regulation
  • Driver always dress politely, communicate lightly and honestly, always obey traffic laws
  • The monthly car rental price is a bit lower than the market but still ensures the quality
  • You will have a vehicle to move around without worrying about key issues such as car money and car maintenance costs: maintenance, car repair,…

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Especially we can provide VIETNAM LONG-TERM CAR RENTAL with the best price in the market 2020 with many different types of cars, new and luxurious cars suitable for all customers’ needs.

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Price list for car rental in long term

PRICE LIST 

VIETNAM CAR RENTAL SERVICES IN LONG TERM

Car type Price Over time ( VND/ h) Over km

( VND/ km)

Overnight

 

Sunday/ Vacation
Fortuner/ Kia Sorento 26.000.000 VNĐ / 2.600 km / 26 days 60.000 VNĐ 6.500 VNĐ 300.000 VNĐ 1.200.000/ 100km/ 10 hours
Innova G 23.000.000 VNĐ / 2.600 km/ 26 days 60.000 VNĐ 6.000 VNĐ 300.000 VNĐ 1.000.000/ 100km / 10 hours
Kia Sendona 38.000.000 VNĐ/ 2.600 km/ 26 days 80.000 VNĐ 8.000 VNĐ 300.000 VNĐ 1.600.000/ 100km / 10 hours
Mazda3 22.000.000 VNĐ / 2.600 km/ 26 days 50.000 VNĐ 6.000 VNĐ 300.000 VNĐ 500 1.000.000/ 100km / 10 hours
Vinfast Lux A 2.0 35.000.000 VNĐ/ 2.600 km/ 26 days 80.000 VNĐ 8.000 VNĐ 300.000 VNĐ 1.500.000/ 100km / 10 hours
Vinfast Lux SA 2.0 42.000.000 VNĐ/ 2.600 km/ 26 days 80.000 VNĐ 9.000 VNĐ 300.000 VNĐ 1.800.000/ 100km / 10 hours
Camry 2.0 33.000.000 VNĐ/ 2.600 km/ 26 days 80.000 VNĐ 8.000 VNĐ 300.000 VNĐ 1.400.000/ 100km / 10 hours
Mer E 300 65.000.000 VNĐ/ 2.600 km/ 26 days 180.000 VNĐ 20.000 VNĐ 500.000 VNĐ 2.800.000 / 100km / 10 hours
Mer S 500 100.000.000 VNĐ/ 2.600 km/ 26 days 400.000 VNĐ 40.000 VNĐ 500.000 VNĐ 4.500.000/ 100km / 10 hours
16 seater 28.000.000 VNĐ / 2.600 km / 26 days 80.000 VNĐ 7.500 VNĐ 500.000 VNĐ 1.400.000 / 100km / 10 hours
29 seater 33.000.000 VNĐ / 2.600 km / 26 days 80.000 VNĐ 9.000 VNĐ 500.000 VNĐ 1.700.000 / 100km / 10 hours
35 seater 38.000.000 VNĐ / 2.600 km / 26 days 80.000 VNĐ 8.000 VNĐ 500.000 VNĐ 1.800.000 / 100km / 10 hours
45 seater 55.000.000 VNĐ / 2.600 km / 26 days 150.000 VNĐ 18.000 VNĐ 500.000 VNĐ 2.500.000 / 100km / 10 hours

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  • Rate includes: Driver, Fuel, Car’s Insurance
  • Rate excludes: Toll Fee, Parking fee when you travel. VAT 10%
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