Is holographic technology set to boost Kiwi buyers’ awareness of car safety features?

By Nicholas Bassett Volvo and Microsoft have announced a partnership that’ll allow new car buyers to really get under the skin of vehicles they’re looking at, by using Microsoft HoloLens – the world’s first untethered holographic computer. The wearable technology will help customers to make more informed decisions before they invest their money, by configuring the car in 3D and Continue Reading...
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Warrant of Fitness changes confirmed

Changes to warrant of fitness requirements, including longer warrant periods, will be introduced from the start of next year, the Government has confirmed. Under the changes, New Zealanders with light vehicles (under 3.5 tonnes) registered after the start of January 2000 will only have to undergo annual warrant of fitness inspections rather than every six months. Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee Continue Reading...
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Toyota recalls more than 40,000 NZ vehicles

Up to 40,000 vehicles are being recalled by Toyota New Zealand as part of a global recall by the Japanese car manufacturer. More than six million of the brand’s vehicles are being recalled after faults were found in mechanisms affecting the steering wheel column and the seat rail. The recall is being stressed as precautionary by Toyota New Zealand’s general Continue Reading...
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