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Bosch debuts first motorcycle split-screen display

If you can’t beat them, join them According to a survey by the Bosch company, nearly 90% of motorcycle riders use their smartphone to prepare for or follow-up on trips. A third of those polled admitted to using their smartphone while riding. Motor cycle riders have to look at their dials for safety reasons such

New solutions for sanitising autonomous vehicles

When autonomous vehicles began to look more promising, many companies started to consider how this could revolutionise taxi and ride sharing industries. But COVID-19 has totally disrupted this concept because of a fear of getting into a vehicle that others might have contaminated. Gentex engineers are now tackling this public-health issue of vehicle-cabin cleanliness. Dr

Toyota Yaris – Safety

Toyota has packed its new Yaris little car with considerable prevention and protection features in their quest to have the safest car in this segment. The big sales performers have been the lower-priced, lower-spec cars such as the MG and the Suzuki Baleno Toyota is betting on safety and resale value. Part of their thinking

Overdrive: Nissan Leaf helps power Canberra; Volkswagen Touareg; Hyundai Xcient; Jaguar Wedding car

Welcome to Overdrive, a program that ponders on the issues of motoring and transport News Car Sales FIgures for June 2020 bounce back a bit (1:30) Nissan leaf industry-first vehicle-to-grid charging technology launched in Australia (2:26) World’s first fuel cell heavy-duty truck, Xcient fuel cell, heads to Europe for commercial use (3:25) Go electric or