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Takata The Latest To Face Huge Fines In The US - Predicts Loss For 2016/17 Financial Year

MON, 13 FEB, 2017

Japan’s Takata Corporation has reportedly copped a US$1 billion hit to its bottom line following the ongoing airbag saga.

BMW Hit With $77-Million Fine For Unserviceable Loans

FRI, 9 DEC, 2016

BMW Australia is currently the focus of international automotive media attention after incurring a $77 million bill from corporate watchdog the Aus...

Free Ride Ends For Diplomat Drivers In Canberra Due To Hundreds Of Unpaid Fines

SUN, 27 NOV, 2016

For anyone who’s ever driven around Canberra, it’s common knowledge that diplomats have a ‘get out of jail free’ card when ...

Nissan Qashqai Using Emissions Defeat Device Says Korean Authorities - Nissan Denies Wrongdoing

WED, 18 MAY, 2016

Nissan’s Qashqai SUV is the latest car to undergo scrutiny from the environment cops after South Korean authorities accused Nissan of manipul...

NSW Cycling Laws - Tougher Fines ID Requirements And Passing Buffers From March

TUE, 22 DEC, 2015

Cyclists in New South Wales will have to abide by a new set of rules from March next year, and some associated fines are set to jump.

Mobile Phones - Demerit Point Penalties In NSW Double For Christmas And Increase In 2016

SUN, 6 DEC, 2015

New South Wales will add mobile phone offences to its hit list over the Christmas and New Year’s holiday period as part of the state’s ...

Takata Fined US$70m For Unsafe Airbag Propellant

WED, 4 NOV, 2015

United States regulators have handed down a US$70 million (AU$97.5 million) fine to airbag manufacturer Takata as part of an agreement made with sa...

Motorcycle Helmet Cameras Get The Thumbs Down In Victorian Court

THU, 17 SEP, 2015

Victorian motorcycle rider Max Lichtenbaum has unsuccessfully challenged a fine handed to him by police for using a camera attached to his hel...

Queensland: Double Demerit Points, Loss Of Licence For Mobile Phone Use

SAT, 23 MAY, 2015

The Queensland Government will introduce tougher penalties for mobile phone offences as the state attempts to tackle what it believes is a growing ...

Volvo Safety Survey Finds Mobile Phone Use Similar To Drink Driving

SAT, 9 MAY, 2015

Volvo Australia has conducted its Safety Index survey for 2015, finding majority support for tougher penalties on mobile phone use while driving.

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