Ensuring the safety of our youngest passengers is of paramount importance when it comes to traveling in vehicles.
As a driver, dashboard warning lights are something you need to pay attention to every time you get behind the wheel.
Motorists often ask, "even though the manufacturer says use 91 octane petrol, what’s the benefit from using 95 or 98 octane instead?"
You may think you have an exceptionally reliable car, however vehicles don't stay that way on their own.
Discovering you have a dead battery upon turning the key in the ignition is one of the most inconvenient, yet common, occurrences for motorists.
Here at MTA, we know how much the New Zealand motoring public love their pets and how often they travel with them. With this in mind, we spoke to the SPCA to find out their top tips for travelling with our furry friends.
Some say they’re the future, some think they’re a hoax. We're here to debunk some of the myths about EVs by sharing the facts.
There are a number of things that you can do to maximise your driving time and to help keep your car performing properly and running cleanly.
No one ever expects to be in a car accident, but there is always a chance that it could happen to you.
Are your tyres roadworthy? Look for these items when you examine your tyres between WoFs.
A Warrant of Fitness (WoF) is a regular check to ensure that your vehicle meets the required safety standards.
NZTA provide great information when it comes to your vehicle, so we've replicated their basic safety checks - you can do once a month and before your next roadie.