There are more 4×4 wagons on the market today than ever before but only a few of them are truly bush-capable. Whether new or secondhand, these are the top five bush wagons that can take you to the most hard-to-reach places in Australia… and get you home again.
Explaining the difference between a hybrid car, plug-in hybrid and battery electric cars.
Coolant or antifreeze is one of the most important fluids in your car. We explain what it is and why it’s essential to the good health of your car’s engine.
Part-worn, used or second-hand tyres are less of an issue in Australia than in Europe but plenty of places here still advertise them. So, are part-worn tyres safe?
Keeping your car in good running order might sound like a daunting prospect but it isn’t. Here’s how to perform a quick car safety check…start the clock.
Most Australians don’t know when to replace their car tyres or why tyre tread depth is so important. Here’s everything you need to know.
Most people will claim that they’re ‘well under the limit’ and thus fine to drive after having one or two alcoholic drinks. But are you safe to drive after one or two drinks?
Ever had a spider crawl across your dashboard, or out from behind your wing mirror? Here’s how to keep spiders out of your car.
It’s summer in Australia and the old myth about is it illegal to wear thongs while driving pops up again. We debunk it so you know what you can and can’t do.
Found your new dream car but need to sell your old one first? Read our top 10 tips on selling a used car.
Have you ever started your car and seen a big puff of smoke plume out from behind it? Here’s how to tell what the smoke from your car’s exhaust pipe means.
The Nissan Navara N-Trek has gone on-sale in Australia boasting a raft of cosmetic enhancements to see the ST-X based dual-cab sit at the top of the range.
Isaac Bober’s Ford Focus Active Review 2019 with Price, Specs, Performance, Ride and Handling, Interior, Ownership, Verdict and Score.
Australian new car sales in July dropped again compared to the same month in 2018, seeing the market year-to-date falling by 7.7 percent, according to FCAI data.
Hyundai Australia is recalling more than 5000 2013 Hyundai Veloster models because of a software issue that could potentially result in an engine fire.