New Car Review: 2015 Mazda MX-5

When Mazda first launched the MX-5 in 1989, it proved that tradition and technology could actually get along quite well.

In keeping with the affordable sports car tradition, it was inexpensive, had two seats only, a canvas roof  and a front engine with rear wheel drive.

New car Review: 2015 Lexus NX 300h

Nowadays, a luxury car maker without a small-sized SUV in its range isn’t really in the hunt.

With the success of the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and more recently the Mercedes GLA, Lexus has had plenty of reason to expand its SUV offerings.

Motoring news: Sandman returns

Holden have brought back the Sandman, albeit toned down from the original. From June, Holden began offering a small number of special edition Sandman Commodore utes and station wagons.

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    Our motorbike trainer competes in the National Road Racing Championship

Our motorbike trainer competes in the National Road Racing Championship

RAC DTEC has expert trainers recognised for being at the top of their industry, with Leigh Boujos our motorbike trainer being no exception. Leigh recently competed in round 1 of the 2015 West Australian Road Racing Championship at Barbagello Raceway. Leigh’s success in the competition so far is a result of his extensive training in motorbike riding and racing. This highlights the importance of education and skills training in order to fully understand best practice methods in a safe and responsible way.

Leigh has always had an interest in anything with wheels and an engine, with a long standing family history in motorcycle racing which has led him to now ride with JB Racing on the state and national circuit. Round 1 of the Championship included three rounds and Leigh produced a great start to the morning having the second fastest time in the warm up, only 0.003 from the fastest time.

In-car breath test devices for repeat drink drivers

Western Australia’s new alcohol interlock law will see interlock devices installed in the vehicles of repeat drink drivers and drivers found with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.15 and above.

An interlock is an alcohol breath-testing device that prevents a vehicle from starting if the driver is over a specified BAC.