How do you give a driverless car a ticket?

Posted on March 18th, 2014

The Department of Motor Vehicles in California is scratching it’s collective head on how to regulate vehicles that rely on computers and not people to drive them. The Federal government is years away from developing Read More

Student’s racing car bound to Exscite

Posted on March 18th, 2014

A Formula SAE racing car designed, built and raced by Waikato University students will feature in a new exhibit in the Waikato Museum. The Formula SAE car will be on display in the museum’s Exscite Read More

Benz rules social media

Posted on March 18th, 2014

According to a survey Mercedes-Benz is now the most successful automotive brand on social media. On Facebook it gained the most fans amongst all vehicle brands, with more than 3.2 million new users last year. Read More

Toyota gives customers an Edge

Posted on March 17th, 2014

Toyota has released a special edition of the 2014 Hilux with unique graphics, 17” alloy wheels and an array of accessories. According to Toyota the special edition 4×2 Hilux Edge gives owners a sportier look, Read More

Red Bull illustrates 2014 technology changes

Posted on March 14th, 2014

Formula 1 team Red Bull has released a video clip on YouTube with it’s drivers Sebastien Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo explaining the differences between the new car they will drive this season, and the old Read More

First drive 2014 Toyota Corolla sedan

Posted on March 14th, 2014

Toyota has completed its Corolla trifecta with the arrival of the 2014 sedan which it says will be available in three grades and will be priced at the same amount as the equivalent hatch. Although Read More

Travel with care advises NZTA

Posted on March 14th, 2014

Driving conditions this weekend will be difficult as the remnants of tropical cyclone Lusi sweep across the upper and central North Island, and NZTA advises people to travel with care. NZTA national journey manager, Kathryn Read More

Road magnets attract self-driving Volvo

Posted on March 13th, 2014

Volvo Car Group has completed a research project using magnets buried within the road surface to help the car determine its position. The research, which has been financed in co-operation with the Swedish transport administration Read More