Are you aware of changes being proposed to the AARTO bill? Are you happy with receiving traffic notes via sms? Check out our layman?s guide to the bill and how you can voice your opinion to Government.
While Google and the likes are still testing self-driving cars, the world's first fleet of self-driving taxis will be picking up passengers in Singapore.
Jeremy Clarkson is set to drive through the set of the popular TV series, Game of Thrones. And yes, we are excited!
A driver has been arrested for killing a female pedestrian and injuring another while playing Pokemon Go behind the wheel.
Not knowing the difference between 'No stopping' and 'No parking' signs can lead to a hefty traffic fine. We list the do's and don'ts as well as what the law shares about these two signs.
TopCar editor Calvin Fisher critiques Sony PlayStation's Uncharted 4: A Thief?s End.'...an action blockbuster, rendered at high-def to the point of being nearly indiscernible from reality.'
'I am disappointed in Ford for making false claims', ' Perhaps Ford?s indication refers to a particular fuel type. That said it is a very good car.' Wheels24 readers respond to Ford SA's false fuel claims on its Kuga SUV.
More than 360 000 teens will become eligible for a driver's license and a lot of parents will experience new levels of stress.
Tesla says a new version of its Model S electric car is the fastest production car in the world: it goes zero to 100km/h in 2.5 seconds.
South Africa's all-female motoring judges named the Hyundai Tucson as the 2016 SA Women's Car of the Year. Do you agree with the judges' choice?
The City of Cape Town would like to caution motorists against an increase in warrants of arrest being generated for failure to appear in court. Do you understand what the difference between types of fines issued?
From a sinkhole in Cape Town to an R18 000 speed fine in Durban... this week has already seen several crazy stories in South Africa.
Ford has been ordered to amend the claimed fuel consumption of its Kuga SUV, reports the SA Advertising Standards Authority.
Classic car auctions at the Monterey Car Week in California generated $345-million in sales.The priciest car sold? A 1955 Jaguar D-Type Roadster was auctioned for $21.8-million.
Consumers change their vehicle more often than they change their mattress or cellphone, according to an automotive survey.
A sinkhole spotted in Crawford, Cape Town has swallowed a Kia Picanto. Curiously, a resident had cordoned off an area of the road he thought was in danger...
Five bleary-eyed gamers each completed an incredible two-day stint at the wheel of a virtual Ford GT race car to set a new Guinness world record for the 'longest video marathon in a racing game'.
A group of thieves carried out what appears to be a meticulously planned heist of a Ford dealership. The worst part? One of the criminals wrecked a Mustang by crashing into a cop car.
The middle week of August 2016 is drawing to a close, perhaps the most polarising of articles came from the pens (read: computer ninjas) of Wheels24.
Do you know how to apply for a personalised number plate in your province? The South African Number Plate Association shares advice for motorists.