Seems like some motorists don’t think cyclists should be allowed to ride on the road… Hmm. I love cars and I’m all in favour of cyclists sharing the road.
It was Oscar Wilde who wrote, “I always pass on good advice. It is the only thing to do with it. It is never of any use to oneself.”
When it comes to naming a new car, just because you call a car something, doesn’t necessarily make it so…
Thanks to car marketing hype plenty of people believe an adaptive gearbox can learn the way you drive, and it does but it’s not quite as cut and dried as all that.
Most of us understand the importance of good manners in everyday life – not least of all because we’ve had them drummed into us from a young age…
There’s an overtaking manoeuvre unique to Australia, and it’s nothing to be proud of.
The Ford Ranger Raptor is a new type of vehicle, but maybe there’s a reason this is an unexplored niche.
Early yesterday morning my phone rang, and the voice on the other end wasn’t happy about the new Ford Ranger Raptor… Here’s why my friend and you lot are wrong about it.
Just the other day I was overtaken right at the end of an overtaking lane… it was dangerous. I got angry. But I was in the wrong.
Earlier this week it was revealed Audi would name its model variants based on their output, but what they’ve come up with makes no sense at all.
Car makers claim they’re making big improvements to fuel economy and emissions, but it’s all a load of old cobblers, says Paul Horrell.
An unexpected encounter with some soggy earth during a recent road trip was a reminder to always be prepared, but also, to make the best of what you’ve got…
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about good in-car etiquette for passengers – not messing with the controls, taking your rubbish with you when you go, and so forth.
Having kids has changed a lot of things for me, not the least is my stress level and patience for those who clearly don’t have children, like the lady who overtook me this morning…
How do you improve a skill that’s impossible to perfect, or why driver training is more like chess than noughts and crosses.