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Used car prices surge at record rates as public transport shunned

Used car prices surge at record rates as public transport shunned

Australians are driving up used car prices to new highs, taking advantage of cheap petrol prices amid health fears about using public transport.

  • by Jennifer Duke

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Cars that talk to one another about to hit the road, now they need drivers
Future technology

Cars that talk to one another about to hit the road, now they need drivers

Volunteers are being urged to join a "connected-vehicle" pilot in Ipswich in which their cars will be fitted with safety technology to enable them to communicate with other vehicles.

  • by Stuart Layt
Driving tests could change due to COVID-19 backlog: Premier
Coronavirus pandemic

Driving tests could change due to COVID-19 backlog: Premier

P-plate driving tests could change to help deal with a backlog of tens of thousands of Victorian learner drivers prevented from getting their licenses under COVID-19 restrictions.

  • by Tom Cowie
Miracle of Modena: Maserati aims for revival after COVID devastation
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Coronavirus pandemic

Miracle of Modena: Maserati aims for revival after COVID devastation

The coronavirus crisis had the makings of an existential threat to Italy's luxury car makers.

  • by Bevan Shields
George could be a ring-in for George, by George!
Opinion
Column 8

George could be a ring-in for George, by George!

Or is it just the elephant in the Zoom?

Enjoying the last days of the CarKeeper allowance
Opinion
Column 8

Enjoying the last days of the CarKeeper allowance

Staking claims to desk space and cancelled happy hours is no trivial matter.

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Sydney slows down as state government pushes for lower speed limits
Road safety

Sydney slows down as state government pushes for lower speed limits

Motorists will be forced to slow down in more areas of Sydney as speed limits are lowered to improve road safety.

  • by Andrew Taylor
'Disgraceful condition': Car parking the biggest threat to Moore Park
City life

'Disgraceful condition': Car parking the biggest threat to Moore Park

Questions have been raised about the NSW government's management of Moore Park, which residents claim is in a “disgraceful condition”.

  • by Andrew Taylor
You beaut! Why Aussies love their utes
Good Weekend

You beaut! Why Aussies love their utes

These once-humble workhorses are now almost as popular with professionals as they are with tradies.

  • by Konrad Marshall
Ridesharing limited in Melbourne as Uber and Didi turn to delivery
Startups

Ridesharing limited in Melbourne as Uber and Didi turn to delivery

Ride-share services in Melbourne will be restricted under stage four lockdowns prompting Uber and Didi to sharpen their focus on delivery offerings.

  • by Cara Waters
Holden rejects 'conspiracy theory' on timing of Australian exit
Franchising

Holden rejects 'conspiracy theory' on timing of Australian exit

GM Holden's Australian chairman Kristian Aquilina has told a Senate inquiry that the automaker has done everything it can to help car dealers burnt by its planned departure.

  • by Cara Waters