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Gosford Classic Car Museum closes
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25th Feb 2019
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Gosford Classic Car Museum closes

Gosford Classic Cars has closed its doors after less than three years of operation, due to an ongoing dispute with the Australian Tax Office (ATO). Set up in 2016 to be Australia's 'largest car dealership', the museum specialises in rare and unique vehicles, with the current collection totalling an estimated value of over $70 million.
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2019 Kia Cerato hatch spied in Australia
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18th Dec 2018
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2019 Kia Cerato hatch spied in Australia

A keen-eyed CarAdvice reader has snapped the all-new Kia Cerato hatchback in the Sydney Harbour Tunnel this week, giving us a first look at the standard version of the brand's local top seller. UPDATE, 18/12/18: Kia Australia has confirmed pricing and specs for the Cerato hatch. Read more here So far, we've only seen the GT version of the K3/Cerato hatch revealed in its home market of Korea – the non-performance versions haven't even been revealed yet.
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Mobile speed camera warning signs need to go, says NSW Auditor General
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19th Oct 2018
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Mobile speed camera warning signs need to go, says NSW Auditor General

A report from the New South Wales Auditor General has called for the removal of warning signs before mobile speed cameras, arguing they "reduce the perceived risk of detection".
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ANCAP Crashlab to get $1.6m upgrade
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18th Jan 2018
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ANCAP Crashlab to get $1.6m upgrade

The New South Wales Government has committed $1.6 million to upgrading the ANCAP Crashlab, which will enable the facility to assess autonomous vehicle safety technologies. Minister for roads, maritime and freight, Melinda Pavey, made the announcement this week, which will support local crash-testing authority, ANCAP, in the testing of driver assistance systems.
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James Wong
NSW Govt announces changes to Graduated Licensing Scheme, adopts Victorian model
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17th Sep 2017
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NSW Govt announces changes to Graduated Licensing Scheme, adopts Victorian model

Transport for New South Wales (NSW) has announced "major improvements" to its Graduated Licensing Scheme, with the changes largely aligning with the process used in Victoria. Coming into effect from 20 November 2017, the revised scheme comes with three main changes. Firstly, learner drivers will now be required to complete the Hazard Perception Test before undertaking the practical driving test.
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