Aussies are confident when hitting the road but research from mycar Tyre & Auto reveals that they are still unsure and do not know what cars need.
With the Easter long weekend and school holidays fast approaching and reduced travel restrictions, many Australians will be spending more time on the road as they plan to get away or visit friends and family, so what's the best way to use a mobile safely while driving?
When it comes to holiday time, we can let our guard down as we relax a little, with 2020 perhaps causing people to relax a little too much. Here's what Australian Mobile Telecommunications Australia CEO Chris Althaus says we should all be aware of this holiday season.
Global dash cam manufacturer, Nextbase, launched its premium 622GW 4K model in Australia last month - and this may well be the ideal Christmas gift for the motorist in your life, if not yourself.
Ola, which bills itself as "one of the world’s largest ride-hailing companies, and India's most popular transportation platform", has announced its plans to enter the UK, bringing "a dynamic, responsible new service to the market".
A study prepared by Smith's Lawyers of 980 Australian drivers between January and June 2018 shows concern over autonomous self-driving cars, with only 22% of drivers stating they'd trust such cars.
A new robot car, enabled with LiDAR, can see wavelengths beyond human senses to drive in foggy, snowy and bad weather conditions, with the evolving technology representing "a big step towards a safe automated vehicle".
If you use your phone while driving in NSW, or are otherwise distracted, or take cocaine and drive, new reforms due on 1 July are set to target you.
Want to transform your car into a smart car that helps you drive better to save fuel and money, gives you all the stats that matter, is app connected and so much more?
TomTom wants to welcome its users to "priority driving" as part of its "latest integrated communications campaign" for a "superior driving experience".
Parenting is, of course, one of the toughest jobs.
Users of smartwatches from Apple, Google, Microsoft and others while driving a car might find themselves the subject of police attention if caught using wearables devices.
No, Uber isn’t increasing its own internal staff levels by 20,000 in Australia, but instead plans to create 20,000 new drivers down under this year.
WA drivers are being warned to stay off their mobile phones, with fines set to skyrocket under new changes from the state government.
Reaching for mobile phones while driving is dangerous and can increase the risk of crashing by 900% according to the latest research, according to the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA).
Victorian drivers who text while driving will face big fine increases, which come into effect today.
If you text and drive you're a 'bloody idiot' and you'll now also face a much harsher penalty in a push from the Victorian state government for tougher texting laws.
The New South Wales government today launched a $1.5 million road safety awareness campaign, designed to discourage people from texting while driving.
Australia’s own Holden Barina has won the chequered flag to integrate Apple’s Siri voice control system in a car down under.
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