Collectable vehicle movement future-focussed. As featured in the Herald Sun 11 October 2019.
Consumer desires have changed, a sign of the times. As featured in the Herald Sun 4 October 2019.
Public transport is vital to better mobility. As featured in the Herald Sun 27 September 2019.
Preparation’s key for safe holiday motoring. As featured in the Herald Sun 20 September 2019.
There’s a market for a new auto event, and money to be made. As featured in the Herald Sun 13 September 2019.
There’s more to that strip of rubber between your vehicle and the road. As featured in the Herald Sun 6 September 2019.
Roadworthiness rules fail the common sense test. As featured in the Herald Sun 30 August 2019.
On 20 September the Victorian Automobile Chamber Of Commerce turns 100. Over the past century, VACC has advocated for the rights of small and medium sized businesses in a booming industry. One-hundred years on and much has changed in the motoring industry. But what remains the same is our core value of advocating for our business-owner members.
Police and youth drag racing? It's not a likely combination, but through the Beat the Heat Victoria program off-duty police officers are connecting with at-risk youths through their shared motorsport passions. And it's working.
An estimated 80 to 90 percent of a car’s environmental impact is due to emissions and fuel consumption. With new studies into carbon emissions coming out regularly, it seems like everything is an environmental hazard. It may seem like being more environmentally conscious is too costly to be worth it, but a little can go a long way. You don’t need to invest in the next new electric car to be more eco friendly; here are some simple tips on how your car can be more environmentally sustainable and even save you a bit of extra cash.