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.
Has modern tyre technology made spare tyres redundant, or is it still important to carry a full-sized spare for country driving?
Ground clearance is a fundamental measurement for 4x4s, but it’s not always what you think and the message from car makers can be confusing.
In the same way that smart phones are apparently making us lazy and, in the same vein, here are 10 skills the average driver doesn’t have…
Getting stuck while driving off-road when you’ve got mates around isn’t such a big deal. Here’s how to self-recover your 4×4 when bogged.
Explaining the difference between a hybrid car, plug-in hybrid and battery electric cars.
An easy DIY is replacing your car’s air filter. It will save you money and keep your car running efficiently.
We drove across the Simpson Desert in two Chinese four-wheel drives. The seven-part series is complete and this is everything you need to know about it.
Caravan and trailer towing is more difficult than normal driving, so there’s a lot of rules to regulate it. Here are five rules you need to know.
Learning to drive a manual car needn’t be scary, just follow our step-by-step guide to learning how to drive a manual car.
Brakes are the most important upgrade if you want to track a roadcar, but Hyundai’s done the job for you on the i30N.
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.
When it comes to buying a new car, people often consider price or performance, but there’s so much more than that involved in choosing the perfect car.
You may have the best 4×4 in the world, but without some extra gear you won’t get far. Here’s what you need to know to go off-roading with your 4×4.
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?