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.
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.
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?
Almost every new car now comes with ABS or Anti-Lock Braking System, but just what is it and how does it work?
An article recently published on Crikey about the dangers of SUVs demands a rebuttal. Here is that rebuttal.
As more utes become used for work and play, load carrying and weight distribution is becoming a concern. Here’s what you need to know…
The new Holden Colorado has scored a 5 star ANCAP rating realising 34.89 out of 37 for dual cab and crew cab models.
The all-new 2017 Subaru Impreza will become the first model from the maker to get a pedestrian airbag.
Pedestrian airbags are now a reality and it’s looking likely external airbags will be developed to deploy moments before a side-impact collision to keep occupants safer.
In ANCAP rating released overnight, both the 2015 Mazda2 and CX-3 have been awarded a 5 star rating, while the 2015 Audi TT managed just 4 stars.
there’s a bit of noise about reversing cameras not being standard on 2016 Ford Ranger. Here’s my two cents…
Toyota’s boffins have revealed clever new software with virtual crash test dummies that are far more sophisticated that physical dummies.