Speed, tyres and roading have been blamed for death of a teenager on Haywards Hill Rd.
Mr Bean has gone Mr Big with a whopping multi-million-dollar price tag on his rare crash-repaired McLaren F1 supercar.
With the US Insurance Institute for Highway Safety now being the go to source for real world safety ratings, these five cars scored the best of all.
Auckland motorists have been warned to expect delays as people take to the roads for the long weekend.
Computers unlikely to understand hazards as well as experienced drivers.
Backlash over the planned removal of pohutukawa trees in Auckland.
Amateur mechanic in the UK has spent five years turning his 1990 Ford Granada into a replica of an Italian supercar.
Here's a handful of automotive shockers from the US car industry that you might not have thought of.
Fuel prices have fallen to an area where they will probably trade for the next year or two, Z Energy boss says.
The engine growl in many best-selling cars and trucks is actually a finely tuned bit of lip-syncing - and it's driving car car enthusiasts insane.
Hawke's Bay will soon be home to a McLaren P1 Hypercar - one of just 375 built.
Wellington's roads had the lowest level of road deaths per capita of NZ or Australia in 2014.
Passenger in a Lamborghini films the exact terrifying moment the supercar crashed at over 320 kmh.
Jaguar developing technology to protect riders on the road.
Key producer Iran hints prices could drop to US$25 a barrel without supportive OPEC action.
Buying a second-hand car can be a bit like navigating a minefield. Here are 12 tips for dodging the old bombs and clangers.
Australian driver releases dramatic wind storm video of large trees falling across highway directly in front of his car.
Rules covering taxis and services like Uber will be looked at after the company urged Kiwis to lobby Government.
Holden will carry on its most famous nameplate after Australian production stops.
Selling the car and commuting by bus or train could save workers more than $13,000 a year, a new study has found.
Driving instructor's car - and reputation - takes a battering after boys jump on bonnet in latest social media stunt.
OPINION: It's the little things that could be the start of a low-tolerance policy on bad driving rather than tiny speeding infractions.
Plummeting fuel prices have been welcomed by many motorists and transport companies.
Drivers unable to ignore their cellphones have become sneaky, say police.
OPINION: Do we need hands free cars - or is there an easier way to stop driving while texting?
Federated Farmers gives up trying to to pursue lower speed limits on unsealed roads.
Sometimes the picture says it all.
Firefighters have contained about 80 per cent of a massive grass fire in Marlborough.
North Canterbury police crack down on tailgaters and drivers cutting corners as people head home from holidays.
Two men allegedly responsible for "mindless vandalism" were spoken to by police after damaging cars in a Nelson yard by "body-slamming" onto their bonnets.