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  1. What does it take to make a luxury sports car?

    What does it take to make a luxury sports car?

    Ever wondered what it takes to make a luxury sports car? We go behind the scenes at Jaguar.

  2. Red light arrows go off at night

    Red light arrows go off at night

    Red arrows that stop night-time drivers from turning right at traffic lights could soon be extinguished across the metropolitan area.

  3. Nullarbor roadhouse is WA’s roadkill hotspot

    Nullarbor roadhouse is WA’s roadkill hotspot

    A small roadhouse community on the Nullarbor has been identified as WA’s roadkill capital.

  4. Funding boost for auto museum

    Funding boost for auto museum

    The future of the Motor Museum of Western Australia became a whole lot brighter last week when it officially received almost $712,000 in Lotterywest funding from WA Planning Minister Donna Faragher for a major extension.

  5. Unravelling mystery of petrol price cycle

    Unravelling mystery of petrol price cycle

    Tuesday is the most expensive day to buy petrol.

  6. Historic York car museum on the market

    Historic York car museum on the market

    The York Motor Museum is up for sale after more than 36 years owned by Peter Briggs.

  7. Yellow boxes give a clear message

    Yellow boxes give a clear message

    New road markings to improve traffic flow to be tested at four metro locations.

  8. GPS sends tourist on adventure in Iceland

    GPS sends tourist on adventure in Iceland

    Noel Santillan was supposed to return to the US from a six-day trip to Iceland on Saturday.

  9. SUVs all the rage as sedan sales take tumble

    SUVs all the rage as sedan sales take tumble

    West Australians have abandoned the traditional passenger car — everyone wants to drive an SUV.

  10. Demerits for 1km/h over limit

    Demerits for 1km/h over limit

    Expert wants demerit point penalty for drivers who flout the law by even 1km/h.

  11. Drivers  relied on two wheels  for rescue

    Drivers relied on two wheels for rescue

    In 1905, cars were still a relative novelty in Perth. And for most people, a luxury.

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