Despite ploughing billions globally into the new technology, the boss of Ford’s local operation has admitted that Australians are “not ready” for driverless cars and it will be a struggle to persuade them to buy new vehicles. For the full story please visit www.news.com.au
I stand here today as witness to a perfect storm that could make a 50% reduction in used car values a very real possibility. I have already witnessed signs that the truck and SUV market have corrected. The manufacturer's’ incentive response to a growing day-supply problem along with the supercharged discounting effect of more dealers
NSW GOVERNMENT DRIVES NEW SMASH REPAIR CODE The new code came into effect as of the 1st May 2017 The NSW Government has championed the cause of up to 5 million licensed drivers across the State by overseeing the implementation of a new mandatory Code of Conduct, signed off by the motor vehicle insurance and
A MASSIVE cyber attack which has hit 200,000 people in at least 150 countries has claimed its first Australian victims and authorities warn more is yet to come.The Federal Government has confirmed three private businesses have been hit by the unprecedented ransomware attack, which wormed its way into thousands of computer systems around the world
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