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We all feel confident in our ability as a driver and think that our own vigilance will protect us from potential accidents.  We double check the perimeter of the vehicle, we adjust our mirrors, but no amount of checking and...
We live in an era of unparalleled dynamism. New innovations in technology have contributed to a great extent in making our lives easier. Modern technological marvels have helped achieve things that were considered unachievable in previous years. Devices like laptops...
Courtesy: Sunday Night / Channel 7 / Reporter: Denham Hitchcock / Producer: Dale Padget / Air Date: September 1, 2014 Russia’s viral videos are a windscreen-wide view of the high-risk behavior and unlawfulness on their roads. Sunday Night reporter Denham...
CALLA WAHLQUIST and AAP PerthNow July 03, 2014 Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey announces tougher traffic penalties — $400 fine for mobile use DRIVERS caught using a mobile phone can expect a $400 fine — up from $250 — under...
The West Australian – 5th June 2014 WA Police are using roadside speed cameras to catch drivers using mobile phones behind the wheel, in a West Australian first. In what police have branded “double-whammy fines” against chatterbox leadfoots, traffic intelligence...
The Advertiser – 3rd December 2013 A NEW speed camera in Adelaide’s northeast is making the State Government a record $427,000 a month in fines and is expected to raise more than $5 million this year. The camera is making...
Fleet management costs continue to rise and one of the major costs every manager faces today is the cost of fuel.  Fuel costs are at record highs and there is no indication that they will go down to the levels...
The West Australian – 5th May 2014 More than 2400 WA drivers are getting caught speeding every day and about half are doing at least 10km/h over the limit. Figures obtained by The West Australian  show police issued 879,300 speeding...