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The crippled ManawatÅ« Gorge highway is not yet out to pasture, with experts set to assess if it is safe for people to once again head in.
The Motor Trade Association says the poor response to a huge warrant of fitness recall reflects Kiwis' slack attitudes to car maintenance.
These photos should perhaps come with some kind of trigger warning - after all, if you were offended by Chris Bangle's styling efforts at BMW, then you are gonna HATE this...
We've all experienced it - you are driving along the open road on a sunny day when someone winds down a window and your ears are suddenly assaulted by an annoying throb that is, at best, incredibly irritating, at worst, actually painful.
Hyundai is developing technology that helps hearing-impaired drivers by turning sounds into tactile and visual signals.
Work on Waikanae's cycleway is set to begin, although a contentious part of the route is still undecided.
The PaekÄkÄriki Hill Rd will be closed this Friday, ahead of Wellington's long weekend and the road's fifth peak-time "trial closure" since November.
OPINION: In the early 2000s, I visited my local one-hour photo shop. I paid $30 for 24 photos and a new Kodak film, the owner then told me the new digital cameras would never replace film, as the quality could never compete.
It's been a rough two years for Tararua's storm-scarred roading network, but significant improvements are on the cards for the new year.
Volkswagen and Ford are forming a global alliance to develop commercial vans and medium-sized pickups together while exploring broader cooperation on future battery-powered and autonomous vehicles and services.
Two people have been seriously injured in a crash that has blocked part of State Highway 2 near Woodville.
For many of us, keeping up with the road-rule basics is hard enough. But what about the curly, lesser-known laws that are even more likely to catch you out?
Back when I was young and idealistic, I swore that my children (at that stage they were pretend children who didn't yet exist) would never create a huge mess by eating in the car while we travelled.
Transport officials have bowed to public pressure and announced they will look into walking and cycling paths as part of the ManawatÅ« Gorge replacement road.