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SA motor industry’s sweet deal

Incentive scheme sees billions go to the industry, but supporters say incentives have knock-on benefits

​What you should know when buying a car

Tshegofatso Makgabutlane always dreamed of having her own car. By budgeting carefully and using credit responsibly, her dream became a reality

Father knows best

There's more to a car than the way it looks

How to future-proof your luxury car purchase

Maserati's extended two-year service plan adds value to your vehicle

If they won’t swim, let them sink

Auto manufacturers must do without their costly and fruitless development lifeline.

How to reduce your monthly car expenses

Look closely at your fuel costs, monthly instalments, monthly running costs and insurance.

What it costs to travel safely this Easter

Being safe rather than sorry shouldn't cost you a lot of money this long weekend. Accidents are expensive, so taking precautions is worth it.

Buying a second-hand car

What do I need to know when buying a second-hand car privately?

New vehicle sales plummet 27%

South African new vehicle sales continued to decline in December, falling 27,1% compared with December 2007, it was reported on Friday.

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