We’re truly moving away from nightmare queues. Drivers licence cards and related services will be available at Gautrain stations.
Not all hope is lost. The petrol price hike could be solved with an R10.50 per litre alternative. A natural gas producer has explained how.
A BMW driver has sped his way to police cells. He was caught flying at a speed of 216km/h in a 120km/h zone near Bronkhorstspruit.
Police have recovered stolen catalytic converters worth R15 million in Gqeberha. There is a spike in converter theft around the world.
Thieves cut catalytic converters from vehicles because the device is lined with precious metals such as platinum, palladium and rhodium, which are more valuable than gold.
A Durban motorist escaped his burning Ferrari without injury when the engine burst into flames on a motorway near Umhlanga.
A man attempted to ram his vehicle into News Café in Rosebank on Friday night. Parked cars were damaged but it could have been worse.
Motorists had to dodge petrol bombs and stones during service delivery protests in Gqeberha. Trucks and buses were destroyed.
The clock is ticking for almost one million motorists in Mzansi. The deadline to renew lapsed vehicle licences during lockdown ends tomorrow.
Speed limits, dangerous driving habits and a drink-drive “blitz” all feature in the AA’s proposals to prevent another horrendous year for road deaths in Mzansi.
Newly gazetted directives from the Department of Trade and Industry allow the motor industry to start selling vehicles under level 4.
In two videos posted to Twitter on Thursday 16 January, a police officer in Pretoria West can be seen going on a rant after opening fire on a motorist.
The Ford Ranger Raptor is competent, unreserved and every bit the nemesis of pick-up trucks.
As far as grand SUVs go, the BMW X7 M50d is all about luxury, exclusivity, craftsmanship. I took it on a road trip to experience it for myself.
The South African Guild of Motoring Journalists (SAGMJ) has announced the 14 finalists in the 2020 Autotrader South African Car of the Year competition on Wednesday.
South African vehicle sales figures show a marked decline after a positive upturn from the previous month, but Volkswagen and Toyota still top the sheets.
The finalists of the 2019/2020 Cars.co.za Consumer Awards powered by Wesbank have been chosen and now it’s up to SA customers to have their say.
BMW bids 2 Series farewell in the best possible way.
A true BMW unicorn car has been immaculately restored by local technicians.
Seatbelts on: Because this is what we call “money to burn”: Rich South Africans have a taste for luxury cars, as the New World Wealth index has revealed.