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An historic celebration: 110 years of alfa Romeo

And it is a happy birthday to Alfa Romeo which is 110 years old. Alfas have a passionate following but their products have had some ups and downs. Hence the joke “What is the most senior position in Alfa Romeo – the Manager of Spare Parts”. Alfa’s strengths and weaknesses were epitomised by the Alfasud;

How we describe autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing services is a “gigantic lot of nonsense”

An international transport expert believes that the language and expressions now commonly used to describe new transport technologies and services are grossly distorting our view of future. This week at a major transport conference in Adelaide, keynote speaker Professor Graham Currie from Monash University, will discuss the gross misconceptions he believes we have about the

Cycling and the driver training process

Cycling and the driver licensing process The Ford Driving Skills for Life program has been expanding its reach since it started four years ago. Now they have entered a partnership with the Amy Gillett Foundation to help drivers understand how to safely share the road with cyclists and other vulnerable road users. The Amy Gillett

England campaign to stop tailgating

England has a problem with aggressive drivers tailgating the vehicles in front of them. According to figures from Highways England almost nine out of 10 drivers say they have been tailgated, with some left feeling “victimised”. One in eight of all road casualties are caused by people who drive too close to the vehicle in

Overdrive News 16 October 2017

Overdrive Radio Program News – 16 October 2017 Ford’s new Business Plan Ford‘s new CEO, Jim Hackett, who took over in May, has recently outlined his business plan to investors. Key points include:       Ford intends to cut about $14 billion in costs over the next five years by slicing the amount of