A famous journalist once said ‘life is too short for boring cars’…
This is a brief look at some of the highs and lows of Holden’s history manufacturing cars in Australia, and what future it might have as a full-line importer.
In my previous article here, I shared how I learned about 4WD in a Suzuki Grand Vitara. My second and current 4WD is a 1996 Toyota Hilux.
If you have a friend who is a crazy driver, chances are he’s been crazy from birth.
It’s not just the outside of your windscreen that gets grimy… here’s how one reader suggests you should clean the inside of your windscreen.
Life’s Too Short For Boring Cars. No It’s Not! Someone I know has L2S4BC (Short for; “Life’s Too Short For Boring Cars”) as a number plate. But he’s wrong. Life’s not too short for boring cars. Boring cars are what makes up 80-90 percent of the cars available. As a
Yes, I did try to buy a Suzuki Swift Sport. Twice. And failed. I know, you immediately think I’m either a nut bar or just not that smart but please bear with me…
Dangerous roads are a thing of fiction, but dangerous drivers are a thing of fact.
My first 4WD was a 2000 model Suzuki Grand Vitara, LWB V6 auto and it taught me a lot over three years.
Is it electric? If I had a dollar for every time that question has been asked I would have enough spare change to buy another weird little car.
In the interests of full declaration, I must confess to only being a partial rev head and 4×4 nut.
Does the perfect car exist? No. But the perfect car certainly does and here’s a list of the things you should consider when shopping for your perfect car.
Guns, revenue, speed, “towards zero” and police driving standards…
Buying a second-hand car is fun. Sometimes there are unexpected treasures – coins, CDs, etc. Commonly I’d find these plus lollies and lipsticks.
Some lusted after the Lamborghini Countach, but for me it was the P38 Range Rover… it smelled of luxury and yet could follow a mountain goat up a track.