A lane departure warning, often abbreviated to, LDW, is a system that alerts the driver when the car is about to crossover or leave the lane that the car is currently travelling in.
Although car manufacturers are marketing their cars as having ‘night vision’, it is not exactly true.
Maintaining good tyre pressure is one of the best ways to save you money when it comes to car maintenance.
Having a perfectly clean car is one of the best ways to prep your car for sale, or just keep up with general maintenance.
Knowing how to take great photos of your car can be an excellent skill to have.
If you are driving your car and something unexpected happens, perhaps one of your safety systems is giving a false reading, and it is happening regularly, you should file a complaint.
Continuously variable transmission (CVT) has been available since 1990. Instead of the traditional fixed gear system, a CVT uses a belt and pulley system allowing for seamless acceleration and greater fuel efficiency.
With petrol prices continuing to be constantly variable, some days it’s $1.20/L, and the next it’s $1.70/L, many people are looking to diesel powered vehicles.
Using the multi-drive mode in a car is a way that you can switch to a better fuel economy mode, or gain increased power, all by pushing a button!
Lane Keeping Assistant works by using cameras or sensors to detect the white lines on the road.
Rear cross-traffic alerts or RCTA is a safety system that notifies a driver, usually with an alarm or lights, to oncoming vehicles as you are reversing.
A blind-spot monitor is a system that many new cars use to detect if a car is driving in your blind spot.