Motoring News

Tue 2 Jun 2020

Industry claims 350,000 killer airbags unfixable

premium_icon Industry claims 350,000 killer airbags unfixable

More than 2.64 million faulty Takata airbags have been replaced in Australian vehicles, but recall orders for more than 350,000 cars are expected to be waived.

Tax deadline looms for new car buyers

premium_icon Tax deadline looms for new car buyers

Tradies have five weeks to cash in or miss out on a tax program credited with saving car dealerships during the coronavirus crisis.

Mon 1 Jun 2020

WATCH: Moment police catch up with speeding motorbike rider

premium_icon WATCH: Moment police catch up with speeding motorbike rider

Police video shows the moment they caught up with a motorbike rider allegedly seen speeding through Gold Coast streets at 140km/h.

Anxiety eases when living with electric powered car

Anxiety eases when living with electric powered car

The most affordable pure electric vehicle in Hyundai’s range breaks down the new technology’s barriers.

Sun 31 May 2020

Busy weekend for crews from rescue chopper

premium_icon Busy weekend for crews from rescue chopper

A MALE patient has been flown to hospital after he was involved in a traffic collision with an animal.

‘Living history’: Iconic ute restored after seven years

premium_icon ‘Living history’: Iconic ute restored after seven years

Why Mark Pitt believes his fully restored ute is ‘more than just a car.’

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