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Opinion: Road safety experts blinded by speed

FOLLOWING UP on our Road Safety investigation, columnist Corby discovers some experts unable to talk about anything other than speed

Custom rego: ultimate accessory or waste of money?

What do personalised registration plates tell other road users about you and your car?

Australia’s road death farce

Why our fixation with speed needs to change

Wheels Investigation: The war on speed - Towards Zero Sense

We the public may soon more getting more cameras, more fines and lower speed limits, but are they really the answers to our road safety debate?

Opinion: Why the C8 Corvette will not be a Holden

Hagon mulls over why the next-gen mid-engined Corvette will not be a Holden. In name, and in nature.

Is Honda making itself great again?

Honda has lost much of the panache it had in its 1980s and 1990s heyday, but there’s a glimmer of hope on the horizon…

Opinion: The luxury car tax is a pain, but it is here to stay

This financial year, the luxury car tax will add more than $600 million to the public purse. And it isn’t about to go away

Reflecting on the life of a legend - Opinion

Michael Stahl reflects on how Gilles Villeneuve has impacted his life, 35 years after the F1 legend passed away

Opinion: Why Holden's influence is slipping

Unexpected A$3.1 billion dollar sale of Opel shows decline of Holden influence in eyes of Detroit headquarters.

Godzilla Redux – Nismo GT-R, Bathurst, and a nervous editor

Editor Inwood heads back to his old stomping ground of Bathurst behind the wheel of Nissan’s fearsome GT-R Nismo

Opinion: The mechanical seduction of the Mercedes-AMG GT R

Getting up close and personal with the AMG GT Rs naughty bits gets Carey all hot and bothered

Defensive driving test should be mandatory to obtain a licence

I had one of the worst commutes of my life recently, and it had nothing to do with the long day in the office or biting post-dusk temperatures.

Opinion: End of the road for the autonomous car

Cars like the Mercedes-Benz E-Class show the race towards self-driving vehicles has already run as long as it needs to

Seeing clearly through the smog

Motor vehicle emissions make up as much as half of the organic chemicals that form smog. So what are we going to do about it?

How the Electronic Stability Program was invented

IT’S a surreal and disarmingly intoxicating experience to sit across from someone who has saved the lives of thousands, if not millions, of people.