With New Zealand’s Government having plugged in the merits of electric cars, how soon before the country powers up?
When I was a kid road trips in the family car were boring… and that was okay, but now we’ve got to be ‘connected’ to survive a drive.
You may be an ace on bitumen, but that doesn’t mean to say you’re safe on a dirt road.
Lewis Isaacs wonders about the future of motorsports when Audi pulls out of WEC to race electric cars.
After driving a series of very sensible cars, columnist Jane Speechley shares what she’s learned since stepping behind the wheel of the spirited and nimble Toyota 86.
The roundabout can be an instrument for good, but too often, argues Isaac Bober, moronic drivers and cyclists ruin it for the rest of us.
The title image looks like a jigsaw but is not a puzzle. Well, whatever it is, the solution is simple. Don’t make the false economy of buying sub-standard gear. That’s easy to say, so let’s get a bit more specific. Traction ramps are frequently used in offroad situations to aid
New Zealand motoring writers have ignored the Ford Mustang for their top gong… it didn’t even make the Top 10…
There’s a push for tourists to be required to fit T plates to their hire cars and campers when driving in New Zealand… it might be a good idea.
Jamie Whincup is being cast as the villain at the recent Bathurst 1000 but, as Lewis Isaacs argues, his desire to win has done him more good than harm…
When it comes to buying fuel for his vehicle, our Richard Robertson, reckons it really does pay to shop around for the best deal…
The Ford Everest is billed as an offroader, and is steadily gathering a loyal base of enthusiasts. That means the difficult questions keep coming… UPDATE 15/11/16: we have further explored the MA/MC issue, including noting that Victoria permits a 75mm lift for MC vehicles and the Queensland tyre restrictions. More
Automation raises some very tricky philosophical dilemmas, not least of which is the “trolley question”. The “trolley question” is simple ethics problem. You have a loaded trolley barrelling down a railway track. Ahead of the trolley are five people, tied to the rails. The trolley will strike and kill them.
Forget the supercars and the show girls, the most important car at the recent Paris Motor Show was Volkswagen’s I.D, our man in Blighty explains why…
Our new columnist, Jane Speechley tells us about her history with cars and why she bought a sports car.