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Police fear many drivers are missing the message about the use of cellphones when driving, and that they are getting complacent about using mobile phones after the number caught using them has doubled since 2010.

Here is a list of helpful sites that provide a lot of useful information for car owner and drivers.

  • RightCar- find out the safest care in your price range, how safe your car is and other safety related features and tips
  • NZTA - safe teen driver– resources for parents with teen drivers, helping to keep them safe.
  • Tollroad - pay tolls the Northern Gateway
  • NZTA - Transact/ - renew your car registration, change your address or notify NZTA that you have sold (or purchased) a vehicle
  • NZTA– Auckland traffic flows

Selling a motor vehicle privately is an experience most owners would rather not have to go through. It's often far easier to negotiate a trade-in price with a licensed dealer, exchange keys and walk away. Job done, move on. But there are several reasons why some owners give the private sale option a go, and some important things to remember about taking care of the associated paperwork.

Google's self drive prototype car is a manifestation of plans revealed in May to build its own autonomous car minus typical features such as steering wheels.

People who own all-electric cars where coal generates the power may think they are helping the environment. But a new US study finds their vehicles actually make the air dirtier, worsening global warming.

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

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.

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.

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

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

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