Car manufacturers will send a recall notice to you if your cars Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) or build date model has been affected.
If you’re afraid that your car has been affected by a recall, but haven’t been contacted by your manufacturer, here are a few tips on what to do.
On our last 4X4XMORE trip to Moreton Island we jumped in the car with Jason from Driver Safety Australia to teach us some beach driving techniques most people don't know about.
Don't know if your tyres still have enough tread to drive safely? All you need is a 20c coin to check if you should get them replaced.
In this Top Tech Tip video we'll show you how.
Driving is conflated with going fast, but being able to stop as fast is just as important.
We took a look at autonomous emergency braking.
Your car is so smart, you don't even need to press a button to get into it anymore!
But as Darrell explains, you have to keep your key safe to keep it working!
Modern diesel engines are a lot cleaner now than when they were first used, but there are still particulates – or small fragments of harmful matter that doesn’t get burned off by the engine.
That’s where the Diesel Particulate Filter comes in.
Buying a used car, there are more checks to perform before you drive off.
Here are the top five things that you need to look out for.
If your car has a push button start, what happens if you can’t get it started?
We took a look at what happens if your key fob can’t get you moving.
Do you ever have trouble making it into a park easily?
The around view camera gives you a 360-degree look around the outside of the car, including any obstacles that you might be headed for.
When you buy your car you want it to be as safe as possible.
But each year, Australia’s independent safety advocate tightens the restrictions to make sure new cars are getting safer.