Electric cars are well and truly here to stay - but just how practical are they? The AA's motoring experts put three to the test.
In part two of our Fuel Duel story, Mark Stockdale compares the fuel economy of 91 octane with 95, and 95 with 98.
Donovan Edwards visits Hans Compter, who has around 150 vintage cars in his collection - including one which was once owned by Eva Peron.
On May 12, a momentary lapse on the road led to the death of three American students. Dylan Thomsen talks to some of those affected by the crash.
In every issue of AA Directions we feature someone with a unique, interesting or much-loved car. Here are their stories.
Andrew Bayliss loses control at the Audi Ice Experience, where staying within the lines proves to be more difficult than it looks.
A recent test by the AA shows that not all fuels are created equal. We look at how biofuel-blended petrol compares to pure mineral petrol.
For most of us, travelling further than we can walk requires oil. Michael Henry delves into the topic of liquid biofuels.
Despite no obvious changes on our roads, 2011’s road toll was down by a whopping 25% on previous years. Encouraging as this is, it begs the question – why?
Kathryn Webster looks into how the Australasian New Car Assessment Programme (ANCAP) measures car safety.