$38.7 billion investment in roads, regional networks, public transport and cycleways confirmed by Government.
PETER LOUISSON - NZ AutocarWe should applaud what the government has done to bring drink driving rules into line with what other nations in the western world have already done.
After weeks of bad press, ride-sharing service introduces new driver screening methods using "scientific analysis".
At a time when the world's motor industry is undergoing fundamental change here comes a V8 Holden Commodore.
You can see some interesting and somewhat crazy sights on New Zealand's roads.
Police are warning motorists to watch out for "large" pot holes on SH1 in Northland.
Run a red at a number of Wellington and Auckland intersections and you will be caught.
A new lane on Auckland's Northern Motorway will ease congestion ahead of the Christmas rush, NZTA says.
Remote Valet Parking Assistant allows you to step out and let the car park itself in multi storey garages
Christmas has arrived early for devoted Holden fan Richard Grey.
Officials in US pull a "Don't Jerk and Drive" safety campaign after complaints about the sexual innuendo in the phrase.
Four new red light cameras are coming to East Auckland in the New Year.
Police in Australia start targeting bad drivers using a fleet of unmarked motorbikes.
New technology to do away with blind spots and tedious satellite navigation instructions, insists car maker.
Harley-Davidson has unveiled its new Street 500, the brand's first learner legal motorcycle since the 1970s, designed to introduce new and returning riders to serious motorcycling.
Petrol has fallen more than 20c since early October and further price cuts are likely.
A proposed new law that could lead to drivers being fined for not giving cyclists more space is a step closer.
"Haptic warnings", such as vibrating seats, are the latest advance in helping cars avoid accidents.
Petrol prices have dropped for the 12th time, back to 2008 levels.
They're not your usual stage mums - but when the television cameras turn on their "babies", Kathy Jarrett and Shelby Ryan couldn't be prouder.
Mercedes-AMG's muscular new coupe has its sights on one car in particular.
HSV's tuning division upgrades Holden's HSV GTS to produce 507kW
Ford unveils third generation of its Sync in-car connectivity system with a promise that it will be simpler, less distracting and have a more natural voice-command interface.
Concerns raised about lack of signage
Worley Place, Bryce Street, Bridge Street and the Waikato Museum carpark are the city centre's parking hot spots.
Police have fined three drivers for speeding under 5kmh over the limit.
Vehicle GPS navigation system maker takes police to task for suggesting units unreliable.
From the outside Peugeot's new 308 station wagon looks conservative - but underneath its skin there's a vehicle that is impressively interesting.
Mercedes-Benz is jumping into the oddball "SUV coupe" segment with its new GLE Coupe.
Sued by LA, San Francisco and Portland, banned in Spain and India, and declared illegal in Brazil.
Take one look at the Renault Megane RS265 and it is immediately obvious it has one intent - performance.
Christmas is looking good for motorists after another cut to petrol and diesel prices.
The Gentle Annie hill, described as the "most frightening stretch of road" in the Nelson region, is to be widened.
One of New Zealand's oldest race cars is returning to the track.
New John Cooper Works edition shown ahead of Detroit reveal.
Facelift and technology upgrades on the way for blue oval ute.
India orders halt to operations of all unregistered, web-based taxi companies after a female passenger reported she was raped in New Delhi.
Cameras at city hotspots 'entirely a possibility'
Stopping for a red light is the law, but some city motorists are happy to flout it
Crown to sell a Ferrari, a Maserati, three BMWs and four Harley Davidsons seized in drug raids.
Mitsubishi's Lancer Evolution remains one of the hottest-performing small cars on the market, but its heat hasn't extended to sales lately.
Swedish hypercar maker Koenigsegg is hunting the famed Nurburgring's lap record for a production car.
A bizarre piece of car park manoeuvring that went on for 4-1/2 minutes and involved one collision is a big hit on YouTube.
Transportation officials in India's capital ban service after one of its drivers allegedly raped a female passenger.
Any Ferrari is a rare Ferrari, but the famed Italian sports car maker has, in the past week, introduced two new editions that will be true unicorns.
End of the road is near for NZ Driver Licensing Ltd which after 16 years has been dumped from providing practical driving tests.
Drivers appear to be running scared of new drink-drive limits, with most unsure how much they can drink.
The Burt Munro Challenge has injected its annual dose of atmosphere and dollars into Southland.
PM says there are no plans to fast track a second harbour crossing in Auckland, and defended the performance of the bridge.
If a speed limit is not correctly posted, does it still apply? Just read the signs, say police.
A 27-year-old has crashed his NZ$1.6 million McLaren P1 supercar in the US less than 24 hours after he picked it up.
In some famous movies, the cars became as popular as the stars — and now one of those cars has come up for auction.