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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Motoring articles  Motoring
    A year after Lime e-scooters hit our streets the company acknowledges safety remains a big concern - but there are no plans to roll out compulsory helmets
     13 October 2019
    A year after Lime e-scooters hit our streets the company acknowledges safety remains a big concern - but there are no plans to roll out compulsory helmets
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    Armed officers have arrested a person, following a manhunt for a fleeing driver near Taupo
    13 Oct 2019: Armed officers have arrested a person, following a manhunt for a fleeing driver near Taupo... more
    After a delayed start, the Great Race is underway
    13 Oct 2019: After a delayed start, the Great Race is underway... more
    Supercars driver Scott McLaughlin's set a new Bathurst lap record with a time of 2 minutes 3.773 seconds in the third practice session
    11 Oct 2019: Supercars driver Scott McLaughlin's set a new Bathurst lap record with a time of 2 minutes 3.773 seconds in the third practice session... more
    A strong result for Richie Stanaway at Bathurst may be more of a dream than reality
    9 Oct 2019: A strong result for Richie Stanaway at Bathurst may be more of a dream than reality... more
    A Land Transport director will be established, to keep Kiwis safe on the roads
    9 Oct 2019: A Land Transport director will be established, to keep Kiwis safe on the roads... more
    Government to inject extra $45 million into NZTA
    9 Oct 2019: The Government will inject an extra 45 million dollars into NZTA after an independent report concluded it had failed in one of its major responsibilities... more
    Climate protestors in Wellington are cheering every time one of them is taken away by police
    7 Oct 2019: Climate protestors in Wellington are cheering every time one of them is taken away by police... more
    Six log wagons will today be added to the daily freight train service between Whanganui and New Plymouth, in a bid to reduce log trucks on the road
    7 Oct 2019: Six log wagons will today be added to the daily freight train service between Whanganui and New Plymouth, in a bid to reduce log trucks on the road... more
    The union representing school bus drivers say they are being ''hit, attacked and verbally abused'' by unruly kids
    6 Oct 2019: The union representing school bus drivers say they are being ''hit, attacked and verbally abused'' by unruly kids... more

     Most Popular Recent Motoring News
     27 Dec: The summer holiday road toll stands at two +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     03 Jan: One of New Zealand's leading harness racing drivers is in a stable condition after being rushed to hospital following a shocking mid-race incident ++++++++++++
     13 Jan: Kiwis are being warned against a sinister scam email ++++++++++
     23 Dec: It's been a deadly start to the week on the roads +++++
     30 Dec: Falls Festival in Lorne cancelled due to forecast extreme bushfire risk, 9,000 patrons told to leave +++++
     14 Jan: New high-tech parking cameras are cracking down on illegally-parked motorists in Auckland +++++
     05 Jan: Potential traffic chaos and gridlock awaits thousands of commuters back from holiday and heading into Auckland's CBD tomorrow +++++

     Motoring NewsLinks
      15 Jan: The future of motoring is aces: part 2 (Stuff.co.nz)
      8 Jan: The future of motoring is aces: part 1 (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Dec: Tue, 24 Dec 2019: Why 'maas' is so important to the future of motoring (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Dec: Tue, 10 Dec 2019: Drunk dad gave son, 9, driving lesson with unrestrained brother in back (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Nov: Wed, 13 Nov 2019: Kea kids news: big boys toys even bigger when you're small (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Sep: Fri, 13 Sep 2019: Manfeild set to be mx-5 central (voxy.co.nz)
      12 Sep: Thu, 12 Sep 2019: Freddie flintoff 'absolutely fine' after top gear mishap (BBCWorld)
      6 Sep: Fri, 6 Sep 2019: New editor takes the wheel at driven - nzme's motoring publication (NZ Herald)
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    Law and Order:
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