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Don’t Try This At Home: 918 Clocks 350km/h On Australia’s Stuart Hwy
Don’t Try This At Home: 918 Clocks 350km/h On Australia’s Stuart Hwy

Porsche has taken to the Australian outback to demonstrate the massive potential of its new 918 Spyder. Although the ...

Apr 14, 2015 (2 years ago)
Car Shopping in the USA, Part II: What Makes a Future Classic?
Car Shopping in the USA, Part II: What Makes a Future Classic?

Last week I was overjoyed to hear that my 63-year-old mother was finally in the market for a new car. It would her very...

Aug 7, 2008 (8 years ago)


Northern Territory Open Speed Limits Still Available To Carmakers - Gunner

TUE, 20 SEP, 2016

Criticised for his government’s decision to scrap the open speed limit trial in the Northern Territory as a matter of urgency, this week Labo...

Ex-Highway Patrol Officer Turned MP Says ‘Speed Up’ On Victorian Highways, But QUT Says ‘Slow Down’ In Suburban Streets

WED, 14 SEP, 2016

Australia’s outdated speed laws are again under the microscope, with an ex-highway patrol officer from Victoria Police, now a member of parli...

Northern Territory Open Speed Limits Scrapped By Incoming Labor Government

WED, 31 AUG, 2016

Despite what could only be described as a successful return to open speed limits in parts of the Northern Territory, the new NT government has decl...

Federal Budget 2016/17 - Small Business And Infrastructure In Front

WED, 4 MAY, 2016

With a Federal election expected July 2, the Federal Government last night handed down its 2016/17 budget.

Tesla Superchargers Launched In Goulburn And Wodonga

THU, 1 OCT, 2015

Tesla’s promise of a ‘highway’ of superchargers connecting Australia’s eastern capital cities has taken a major step forwar...

NRMA Study Finds Sydney 'Rat-run Short-cuts' Cost Time And Burn Fuel

MON, 14 SEP, 2015

The NRMA has set out to answer an age-old question with a new survey focusing on Sydney’s toll roads.

NSW And Northern Territory Look To Speedier Future

FRI, 4 SEP, 2015

The governments of New South Wales and the Northern Territory are both looking to increase speed limits on some of their major roads.

Motorway Debris Costing WA Taxpayers More Than $2m Per Year

THU, 6 AUG, 2015

Western Australian taxpayers are shelling out more than $2 million per year to deal with debris on the state’s motorways.

Low Speed Limits "Increase Risk" Says US Transport Professor; NT Expanding Open Trial

THU, 9 JUL, 2015

A road safety expert in the US has declared the unthinkable: that "artificially low speed limits make roads less safe".  He ...

NSW State Budget: Record Infrastructure Spending Thanks To Stamp Duty

WED, 24 JUN, 2015

The New South Wales State Government has announced a record commitment to infrastructure in its 2015/16 budget, thanks in part to a seemingly never...



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