It's a common gesture many of us make while driving, but it turns out that it's illegal in most cases and could cost you hundreds. Read more to find out what it is.
It's a rule that you might be breaking by accident without even knowing it. Find out how much you could be charged for the breach in your state.
It's something many of us do every day, but it's actually illegal and could see you cop a heavy fine and demerit points in most Aussie states. Read more to find out what it is.
You may think it's an innocent way to signal your friends, but every state authority in Australia begs to differ. Find out which common action could cost you big.
People were baffled as to how the driver managed to end up with their car stuck on top of a concrete bollard. See the incredible photos.
Queenslanders will be fined more than $1000 for an act that's 'equivalent to driving at 0.07 to 0.1'. Learn more about the penalty.
It's not only 'extremely dangerous' but also a rule which can cost drivers three demerit points. Check out the quiz question and see if you know the correct answer.
People are suggesting the road sign needs to be removed, but others say that's an irrelevant point. What do you think?
She was pulled over after police witnessed her crashing into a fast food restaurant sign. She also allegedly fled the scene.
Two cars are looking to turn and the question has people confused – but do you know who goes first in this scenario?
Drivers were asked who went first at this intersection and whether the orange car needed to indicate. Do you know the answer? Find out here.
Brisbane has scrapped a road rule which saved drivers nine seconds. The change has people divided over whether or not it should go. Find out more.
It's something many of us encounter on a daily basis. But where does it fit on your list of Australia's 'deadliest' things?
Police in the US are urging people not to do this – but are you guilty of committing this frustrating act when you drive?
Kellie Postle's daughter Alyssa died in a crash in Queensland while out with friends. Her mum believes laws can be changed to prevent a similar tragedy.
Haunting footage showing a motorbike rider speeding before a serious crash has been shared by police, in the hopes of deterring people from extreme speeding.