Chinese cars remain a curiosity for many Australians, but this affordable and impressive electric SUV could help propel them into the mainstream.
Did you know Tasmania has the oldest vehicle fleet in the country? It currently sits at 13 years, which is particularly concerning given the average age of passenger vehicles involved in fatal and serious injury crashes is about 12 years.
After a lot of uncertainty and more than a year of separation, my eldest daughter and her partner were able to travel to Tasmania for a short holiday over the Australia Day weekend.
A long family road trip can become an endurance test in the wrong car. Could the new eight-seater Hyundai Palisade be the solution?
Does Land Rover’s all-new Defender 4x4 live up to the legend of its iconic predecessor?
Few test drives put a vehicle through its paces like a surf trip. You need space for salty bodies, sustenance, clothes for all kinds of weather and, of course, all the bulky surf gear. A dual cab ute ticks a lot of those boxes, but how does the new Mazda BT-50 hold up on a trip to the Tasman Peninsula?
The Tasmanian Government will establish an enhanced Graduated Licensing System (GLS) for young drivers by December 2020. This will include creating a single learner stage, as well as changes to learner hours, speed limits, hands-free mobile phone use and passenger numbers.