When we drive, we all have to assume that other drivers are as responsible as we are. But a recent report shows 107 unlicensed drivers a day are being caught in Queensland. The problem isn’t any better in other states, says Paul Murrell.
Toyota yesterday issued a huge recall of 6.39 million vehicles worldwide for a range of issues, ranging from airbag glitches and weak seat rail springs to defective windscreen wipers.
None of us likes being hit with a speeding fine, says Paul Murrell, but what rubs salt into the wound is that the money extorted from us disappears into general revenue.
General Motors has this year (2014) recalled 7 million vehicles around the world, locally 2712 Holden Cruze 1.8L petrol manual sedans are being recalled.
The Tata Xenon 4×2, a recent arrival on the Australian market, has been awarded a two-star ANCAP crash safety rating due, ANCAP says, to the lack of electronic stability control.
New Car Preview: Impressive performance figures, specification and pricing means the Kia pro_cee’d GT ticks all of the right boxes.
NRMA Insurance launches interactive ‘Crashed Car Showroom’ – a safety initiative to educate Australians about car safety technology.
THE NEW SKODA OCTAVIA RS is the third-generation model to be sold in Australia, and the fastest production Octavia of all time.
To be safe, children must be properly restrained in cars, but recent research shows almost four out of five child seats are being incorrectly fitted.
More aggressive styling, fresh interior trims, retuned suspension and a new emergency stop signal feature are the headline changes for the refreshed Mitsubishi Outlander SUV.