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Australian road toll rises in 2019
News
3rd Jan 2020
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Australian road toll rises in 2019

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Scott Collie
News
3rd Jan 2020
1 min read

Australian road toll rises in 2019

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Scott Collie
2018 MG 3 spied in Alice Springs - UPDATE
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26th Feb 2018
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2018 MG 3 spied in Alice Springs - UPDATE

Update (27/2): MG's local division has confirmed it is expecting the updated MG 3 range in the third quarter of this year. Get the full story here. The facelifted MG3 hatchback has been spied in Alice Springs this week, giving us an early preview of the reworked light car. Spotted by an eagle-eyed CarAdvice reader, the camouflaged hatchback shows its heavily revised face – which is clearly inspired by the ZS crossover – new bumpers, and revised tail-light internals.
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James Wong
Is it illegal to use an Apple Watch while driving? : The answer from Victoria, NSW, ACT, WA, NT, SA and Tasmanian police forces
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13th Aug 2015
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Is it illegal to use an Apple Watch while driving? : The answer from Victoria, NSW, ACT, WA, NT, SA and Tasmanian police forces

With technology continuously evolving, it's sometimes hard to keep up with laws and the way they adapt to modern technology. Reader Andrea contacted CarAdvice asking whether it is illegal to use an Apple Watch while operating a motor vehicle, similar to the way it would be using a mobile phone while driving. A: Excellent question, Andrea. We have an Apple Watch in the office and have often asked ourselves the same question.
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Paul Maric
Texas approves highest US speed limit
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13th Sep 2012
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Texas approves highest US speed limit

The Texas Transportation Commission has approved the highest speed limit in the US, allowing motorists to legally travel at 85mph (137km/h). The 66km toll road stretch of Texas' State Highway 130, running between Austin and San Antonio, will be the first to have an 85mph speed limit when it opens on November 11.
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David Zalstein
Petrol to hit $1.50 per litre
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2nd Jan 2008
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Petrol to hit $1.50 per litre

In what may be an ominous sign of things to come, petrol prices are set to hit a record $1.50 litre mean average within the next week. Oil prices again hit the $100USD per barrel mark last night driving the pump price up as demand continues to outstrip supply.
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