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.
…That’s a statement that would have been sacrilegious to my younger self, but the world and I have changed, so, is there really any point to performance cars?
You won’t give a car maker your business if you don’t trust it. The first job of a car is to start in the morning and get you there reliably. All the systems must just work.
The all-new Honda Civic Type R has become the fastest front-wheel drive car around the Nürburgring Nordschleife, and I almost wish it wasn’t.
Heritage listing rules have saved many admired original houses from being neglected, modified or lost… but what about for cars?
When I heard about an off-road action comedy feature film set in Australia. I had to see it…
Different is not necessarily bad… and I reckon the new Season 24 of Top Gear is good.
Stuck in the middle of nowhere and with a car that won’t start a tow truck seems the only way out, but there’s another option.
The covers have been whipped off and the car company executives returned home… here are the best and worst of the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
Sometimes a new car road test is just a day on a press launch, and other times it’s a road trip like the one we took the Jaguar F-Pace on…
Forget the back-story and the atrocious return to the screen last year, there’s a new Top Gear on TV, but I’m not so sure it should be.
You want a ‘traditional’ 4X4? Then buy now… Here’s a guide to the only live-axled, manual transmission 4x4s on sale in Australia.
Just yesterday I watched a man metaphorically explode behind the wheel of his car… and his anger (I guess we call it road rage now) was directed at me.