Manufacturer safety car recalls can affect hundreds of thousands of cars around the world, so, should you be concerned if your car is recalled?
Conditions turn bad as fog covers the road and you can’t see anywhere near as much as you could just moments ago – what lights do you turn on and what do you do? When you’re driving in fog there are two problems that arise: one, you can’t see as
How do we safely introduce a barrage of safety technology from many different suppliers into cars that can travel at 110km/h? It’s terrific that we have high automotive safety standards in Australia and features such as ABS and electronic stability control are mandatory in vehicles that are being sold to
While it might sound like the opposite of what’s best, but wearing sunglasses in the rain and fog is likely to improve visibility…
Learning to drive a manual car needn’t be scary, just follow our step-by-step guide to learning how to drive a manual car.
Changing a headlight globe is a simple DIY job that anyone can tackle.
The Takata airbag saga continues as a new kind of inflator is found to be potentially deadly.
The steering systems in cars have moved on quickly, but has your steering technique kept pace? This is how you turn a steering wheel, the right way.
New laws introduced in South Australia have been met with confusion as many motorists face losing their licence and paying expensive fines.
Steering is one of the most important skills when driving. Pity most of us were not taught the right way to do it.
Further development in airbag technology will see a reduction in head collisions and injuries to front passengers.
Single-lane overtaking is about the most dangerous manoeuvre the average car driver will attempt, so here’s how to do it right.
Rear vision cameras are essential for safety and handy for convenience. REVERSING CAMERAS aren’t really optional these days. Ask any insurance company, and they will tell you that reversing accidents are the number one cause of claims. Can you, dear reader, claim never to have hit anything in reverse? I
Most offroaders mount things inside their vehicles, but there’s airbags to worry about. MODERN VEHICLES have plenty of airbags, and when they activate – actually, more explode – then you really don’t want anything between you and the bag. Pretty simple rule, but just how far do those airbags extend
Young drivers are over-represented in crashes, so good driving habits need to be formed early – Ford Driving Skills for Life launched in Australia.