Joining Mandy Turner this week are Mike Stevens and Scott Collie.
In car news, rear-view cameras have become mandatory in the US, the 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan has been revealed, Renault Australia has cut its warranty on RS models, and the Lotus Esprit's successor is due in 2020.
Also, a report into the Uber self-driving death reveals it was likely caused by software choices, Waymo was not at fault in another Arizona accident, and we find out what the 2018 Federal Budget means for motorists.
Kez Casey reviews the Mahindra Pik-Up dual-cab – and is impressed with its off-road capabilities.
We speak to Marcus Burkel, the Project Director for Compliance and Technology at the National Transport Commission (NTC) about autonomous driving in Australia.
One of our listeners, George, disagrees with Alborz Fallah, who said 'you don't need to buy a manual hot hatch'.
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