Adelaide motorists may have been conditioned to accept increasingly higher petrol prices, the RAA has warned, as regular unleaded spiked above $1.60 per litre this week with seemingly little public complaint.
Tesla is moving aggressively into China, where the Government is encouraging drivers and manufacturers to go electric. But China already has its own manufacturers, who will challenge Elon Musk for his crown.
A surprise collection of 1,300 lots of Holden and other memorabilia, including 120 cars, secreted away by a South Australian mechanic has gone under the hammer.
Herbert Diess this week used a term that draw comparison to the Nazi-era slogan "Arbeit macht frei" or "Work sets you free", which appeared on the gates of Auschwitz during the Holocaust.
When Sarah Latham replaced her lost car key, she was unaware of the openings it would present.
The Opposition is warning there are only a few weeks' worth of petrol and diesel in Australia, raising fears of catastrophic shortages if conflict cut off imports.
Under a proposal by Infrastructure Australia, fast-charging sites would be established along the national highway network for use by truck companies and private drivers as part of efforts to boost the amount of fuel-efficient cars on the road.
The former boss of one of the world's largest car manufacturing alliances says he has been "wrongly accused and unfairly detained" in his first public appearance since being accused of financial misconduct.
Plans to bring low-flying air taxi services to Australian cities by companies such as Uber are credible and could be in place within five years, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority says.