Overdrive Program 30 May 2015. News including: Do the benefits of stop-start technology outweigh the irritations? Prius batteries becoming popular target for thieves; Ford goes backwards with 2016 F-150 tech (in a good way); Jules Bianchi: French driver’s situation ‘stagnant’, says family; Amsterdam’s buses
A humorous look at motoring and transport subjects from the Overdrive team. In this edition: Car Bibs – the lonely sorrow of eating in a vehicle; Man gives away step-daughter’s filthy car as a prize; Copenhagen traffic wardens to become tour guides; ‘Ride me
Road test of Citroen Picasso in Australia. Somewhere between a hatch, wagon and people mover. David Brown talks to Paul Murrell.
Road test of Suzuki Celerio in Australia. David Brown talks to Brent Davison. Micro car at a bargain basement price but still a natty little vehicle.
Overdrive Program 23 May 2015. News including: Road Deaths in Australia; Reducing wind resistance on trucks with motor racing technology; Toyota Recall; Government axes bus seatbelt scheme; Mobility scooter training & UK number plate sells for record £233k. We road test the Toyota Hilux
A humorous look at motoring and transport subjects from the Overdrive team. In this edition: No Burn out mode for Mustang in Australia; ‘Bugger’ number plate sold at auction; Snake swallows car part; Quaxing – a new transport term.