Car-sharing platform evee could make owning an EV an affordable option, writes WILL YEOMAN
Holidaymakers are being warned to take extra care on the roads with disturbing data revealing a 50 per cent rise in caravan collisions this year — with September being a notoriously bad month.
It’s easy to get out and explore the Gascoyne’s gorges and massive Mt Augustus, explains STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD finds a wondrous world right on our doorstep
Holidaymakers are getting creative by turning old campers into picture-perfect mini homes, then hitting the road to make the most of local sights.
Toodyay, Northam, York, Beverley & Collie all part of the itinerary as MOGENS JOHANSEN hits the road
Three in five drivers admit letting their anger get the better of them, with new data highlighting exactly how bad road rage has become on WA’s roads. Here’s what gets local motorists all worked up.
STEVE McKENNA buzzes around Rome on a Vespa
The most unexpected little adventures come from just going out and creating them, writes STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
New research shows Australians are more careful behind the wheel when transporting a pavlova than when driving their own children.
IAN NEUBAUER discovers the splendour of New Zealand’s North Auckland Peninsula
Ian Lloyd Neubauer
Bullseye: STEPHEN SCOURFIELD shares a bonza breakfast recipe for out-bush trips
Travel editor Stephen Scourfield takes a look at some of the most exotic, idyllic and exciting holiday destinations you can visit without leaving the country.
One in four WA drivers given a second chance behind the wheel after losing their licence is blowing the reprieve by breaking the road rules again within months — resulting in double the penalty.
Driver inattention is one of the biggest worries for safety campaigners in WA. I have just taken a turn behind the wheel to investigate how distracting mobile phone use really is.
We delve into the behaviour behind distracted driving and explore why Perth drivers continue to pick up their phone.
Road Safety Commission
Heather Jones has driven from Karratha to Brisbane to raise road safety awareness.
There’s nothing quite as silencing as a small wooden cross on the side of the road. We explore the depth these signs can have on West Australians.
Pedestrians are the prime target market for all “great cities in the world” and traffic should come second, a City of Perth council meeting heard tonight.
Peter De Kruijff
The heart-stopping vision, recorded from a parked vehicle, shows the student jogging across a Sydney street and into the path of an oncoming green Mazda.
Picking a mode of transport is an important choice so should you take the train or get around under your own steam?
WA has seven established island retreats and plenty more options if you are happy to rough it.
The push to dramatically reduce speed limits in residential and high-pedestrian areas has gathered pace with NSW and Belgian scientists saying it would save lives.
Cape Naturaliste lighthouse’s night job ensures you keep your distance. Its day job draws you in, beckoning you closer.
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