Australian ute drivers are paying hundreds of dollars more for fuel than their American and European counterparts, according to a new fuel-efficiency study.
A popular car brand has voiced support for new rules that would cut vehicle emissions, saying Australia only has a short time to catch up to other countries.
One of Australia's most popular car brands has been fined $11.5 million for misleading nine customers about their rights to refunds or replacement cars.
Apartment managers will be encouraged to restrict the use of e-scooter "cheap imports" in by-laws and educate residents about using technology safely.
Leading economist Allan Fels says a lack of competition and exploitative practices are just a few reasons why Australia needs to look more closely at prices.
SUVs and utes dominated new car sales in January, according to a new report, dwarfing passenger and electric vehicle sales.
Australia's consumer watchdog is weighing up whether to issue a compulsory recall for an LG solar battery after 13 fires, including one that destroyed a house.
A huge difference between the most and least efficient cars has been shown in a study of more than 650 models with some guzzling almost $4000 in fuel each year.
Automakers are still failing to accurately report their greenhouse gas emissions, a new analysis warns, and some brands fall well short of the target.
Voluntary administrators expect 171 Godfreys staff in Australia will be made redundant as the company's store count is reduced by more than a third.
A recall has been issued for more than 200 electric vehicles after Audi discovered an issue with their batteries that could increase the risk of a fire.
Supermarket giants are accused of price gouging on fruit, vegetables and meat and the consumer watchdog will use its "full legal powers" to investigate.
Queensland Premier Steven Miles is set to meet supermarket bosses over the rising cost of groceries.
Major supermarkets are set to face a Queensland parliamentary inquiry following a meeting with state premier Steven Miles.
Another 900 electric car-charging locations are tipped to appear in Australia during 2024 to encourage motorists to adopt low-emission transport.
The second most popular electric car sold in Australia could face a recall after it failed to secure a five-star safety rating.
Thousands of Australian motorists are still waiting to receive electric cars after a new quarantine issue at the border caused by an unexpected pest.
From cars driven by game controllers to vans you can turn into utes, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is giving a preview of an unusual future.
Picking a fuel-efficient car for your next domestic holiday could save you hundreds of dollars, and electric vehicles will save the most, research shows.
Australian households have set a new record for solar investments, with a new report revealing rising electricity prices encouraged more to make the switch.
The race to deliver Australia's most affordable electric car has roared to life again, with one manufacturer offering a significant discount to win the title.
Christmas will be less merry than usual for many Australians, with a union poll showing a sizeable number of people plan to spend less on lunch and presents.
Double the number of electric vehicle makers will be racing into Sydney in 2024 after demand for the low-emission rides tripled.
Major brands are preparing to launch electric cars in Australia for the first time, in a move experts say will see some motorists question their brand loyalty.
A farmer in Western Australia says more people in the outback should considering buying an electric vehicle to unlock fuel savings.
Experts predict electric vehicle purchases could double again next year after Australia's public charging network surged by 70 per cent in 2023.
Australia could see twice as many electric cars hit the road this holiday season and experts are urging drivers to plan ahead to avoid charging queues.
Auto manufacturer Toyota will fit new tyres on hundreds of Yaris hybrid vehicles in a recall over claims about fuel consumption.
Expect to see more electric vehicle chargers on the street and in households after a significant investment in a Sydney charging firm.
Households in some parts of Australia are paying more than $27,000 a year for transport after costs in the industry rose again.
Safety experts have called on Christmas shoppers to choose e-bikes and e-scooters carefully after a growing number of lithium-ion battery fires.