Transport Agency shows off its successful work to create a "smart" road.
Young drivers more likely to be caught committing traffic offences after defensive driving courses, study shows.
Highways England is planning for a future when electric cars can be recharged by the roads they travel on.
The backlog is clearing, but Aucklanders are still facing four to six week waits to sit driving tests.
Toyota's Avensis is the only Euro-built car from the Japanese giant that's available in New Zealand.
Father "took matters into his own hands" after hearing his teen daughter had been in a fight... and was swiftly arrested.
Ferrari's new 488, with its twin-turbo V8, gets a 73kW boost over its predecessor.
Aucklanders being offered free rides in rare Tesla to switch them on to electric cars.
Could this be proof the Minions really are intent on world domination?
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says 'Registrations of new vehicles remain at record high levels with the market growing a pleasing 5 percent year to date. This is made up of 4.5 percent passenger and 5.9 percent commercial new vehicle registrations year to date. However, in recent months overall growth has slowed with registrations of new commercial vehicles plateauing. Registrations of new commercial vehicles in July were down 4.6 percent on July 2014, reflecting recent general economic indicators elsewhere in the economy.'
Parts of Lambton Quay, Willis St and Manners St could become the sole domain of buses.
Australian stuntman becomes the first person to surf a wave on a motorbike.
Ford's one-of-a-kind Apollo Edition Mustang has raised nearly NZ$350,000 to help young people fly.
We won't be getting this Mitsubishi until early 2016 and quite where it will fit into the line-up is a moot point.
Here's our five best new family cars on the New Zealand market for $30,000 or less.
The new Mini John Cooper Works ushers in a new level of performance for the British BMW subsidiary.
There's nothing wrong with its 6-series Gran Coupe, and even less with the M135i, but BMW went and revamped them anyway.
The latest Panigale is just 100cc up on its predecessor, but is an infinitely better machine.
Dave Moore spent his 65th birthday in the company of what's often known as the world's finest car.
NZTA says it did not need to spend lots of time looking at Basin flyover alternatives.
We sample the new Mercedes-AMG GT S on road and track, and find it a more muscular alternative to a 911.
The latest Mercedes AMG C 63 makes the move to forced induction and adds plenty of technology to give it a dual luxo-sport personality.
You’re looking at the vehicle that could help to take Mercedes-Benz to luxury car leadership in NZ next year. Meet the GLC.
Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has signed an exclusive deal with Amazon to present a new motoring show.
New documentary Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans takes an intimate look at a Hollywood legend.
It is one of the most iconic British sports cars of all-time... but not the most reliable.
Jaguar has been putting its first performance crossover through its paces before its official reveal in September.
It started as a sketch on an envelope, and became one of the main roadblocks to the Basin Reserve flyover.
A former Timaru man is behind a petition calling for an American writer to apologise for an article taking aim at police.
New Italian police cars have been built to withstand gunshots from weapons such as the 357 Magnum and the AK47 machine gun.
Dangerous road layout and unsatisfactory consultation make for an absolute disaster.
The gift of a 1970 Chrysler Valiant unleashed mid-life obsession for this Kiwi mum.
Audi has confirmed plans to outfit the next-generation RS 4 with a downsized engine.
Ford is releasing its Mustang GT350R's with the world's first mass-produced carbon fibre wheels.
A redesigned and repackaged Basin Reserve flyover could still get the green light, opponents say.
A road layout experiment creating two cycle lanes and one for cars was an abject failure.
I was nervous, alone in a different country and driving on the "wrong" side of the road.
A video purporting to show an angry cyclist lifting a small car out of a cycling lane has gone viral.
Volkswagen has clinched the top spot in global auto sales for the first half of 2015 by selling 5.04 million vehicles, enough to overtake longtime standout Toyota.
When you consider buying a premium compact you generally think Audi, BMW or Mercedes, but you should include Volvo's V40.
Council moves to muffle supercars that roar through posh London suburb.
New Ford Everest SUV does admirable job in hairy conditions in mountain jungle country in Thailand.
A Dutch construction company called PlasticRoads is ready to make roads out of recycled water bottles and other waste plastic.
Amateur spy shots taken in Thailand have revealed the all-new Mitsubishi Challenger well ahead of its scheduled debut.
Toyota has revealed a special-edition GT86 only for customers in Japan, which means someone is bound to bring some here to New Zealand.
Mitsubishi quits US production to concentrate on building vehicles in Japan, Southeast Asia and Russia.
Semi truck soars through the air to set a new benchmark.
Pricing has been announced for Ford's new Aussie-developed SUV the Everest, which will be launched in New Zealand in September.
Basin Reserve flyover opponents attack NZTA's effort at coming up with other ideas.
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