With winter about to hit Australia and many of the parts copping an early icy blast, we thought it timely to provide tips on how to drive in snow and ice.
Fog lights, headlights, highbeams, daytime running lights and hazard lights…there are more than a few different lights in your car and here’s when and how you should use them. We recently wrote about when and how to use your fog lights but that’s not the only light on your car
Manufacturer safety car recalls can affect hundreds of thousands of cars around the world, so, should you be concerned if your car is recalled?
It makes sense to recycle children’s clothing and there’s big business in selling used cars… Here’s what you need to know when buying a used child car restraint.
Those four wheels on the road are the crucial connection that keeps you safe when moving. Of course, despite being so dearly important, most people never think about what to do if one were to blow… A lot of drivers talk about what to do if a kangaroo jumps out
Can you mount and charge your phone on the windscreen in a car to make calls and use navigation? How about using a smartwatch? A recent incident involving a motorist in Victoria has sparked the question if it is actually illegal to charge and/or mount a mobile phone on a
Cars. Big hunks of metal built to last hundreds of kays, right? Only if you look after them, which can be easier said than done for some. Here are five quick tips to be a better car lover. Don’t drive over potholes, corrugations and bumps Sure, you might live on
Before you hop into a car next, you might want to hop onto your phone and do this first. Amazingly, there are over 155,000 vehicles in Australia fitted with faulty Takata airbags, and of those, over 5000 contain the most deadly type of inflator that has killed people around the
Keeping your car in good running order might sound like a daunting prospect but it isn’t. Here’s how to perform a quick car safety check…start the clock.
The addition of safety technology has improved the Wrangler’s ANCAP rating but there are some concerns over structural safety.
As more utes become used for work and play, load carrying and weight distribution are becoming a concern. Here’s what you need to know.
ESC, or Electronic Stability Control goes by many names… but what is it and why is it such an important automotive safety feature?
Volvo has announced the launch of technology across Europe that allows Volvo cars to communicate safety data with other Volvo cars.
When it comes to buying a car for first-time drivers, are cheap and safe mutually exclusive?
Electronic stability control (ESC) has been compulsory on all passenger cars sold in Australia since 2013, but just what is ESC and how does it work?