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New Zealand's Car of the Year is the high-selling Mazda3, according to the Automobile Association and motoring writers.

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Any place there are vehicles there are potential safety issues - including in suburban driveways. The recent tragic news of a driveway fatality involving a toddler in Auckland highlighted some thought provoking facts on the subject.

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Nissan have announced the recall of 52,000 vehicles for air bags that can explode with too much force, sending shards of metal into the passenger compartment.

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According to Alan Perrott starters’ guide to buying a safe car, most accidents are down to human error.

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Council fines for unsafe tyres has almost doubled over the last three years.

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The AA reckons spring is a good time to check your car and get it ready for summer:

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If you're heading out of town with your family, it helps to have some survival tricks to keep the kids under control.

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Australia's crash safety body has hit out at Chinese car maker Great Wall for offering "inferior protection for occupants".  ANCAP tested Great Wall's V200 ute and found it couldn't match safety offered by five-star rivals. But the test also highlighted a major loophole in ANCAP's crash test regimen.

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Jeep has scored its second top ANCAP safety rating with the Jeep Patriot joining the Cherokee in achieving the maximum 5 stars in the latest batch of ANCAP safety tests.

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New Zealand's fleet of second-hand vehicles is growing safer according to a report in the Used Car Safety Ratings guide recently.

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Why Use Casey Panelbeaters

After 32 years, we're really good at what we do. Your car will be as good as new.

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We service all of the North Shore including Milford, Northcote, Takapuna, Browns Bay and Albany

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