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You’re already paying a congestion tax — a bad one

You may not like the idea of a congestion price for motorists, but you're already paying one in the form of time spent stuck in traffic.

Clean fuel in Australia still just a load of hot air

Is the push to end Australia's dependency on low-quality petrol just a pipe dream?

It’s time we actively reduced the number of private cars on the road

However, improving public transport, by itself, won't reduce our reliance on private vehicles.

Your SUV is killing people and making roads more dangerous

Australia needs to regulate enormous cars, writes economist Jason Murphy, because the current system is an arms race that will end up in fatalities.

‘Study’ claims Aussies rorted on car costs. If anything, we should be paying more

What’s the appropriate and reasonable amount to spend on transport?

Is the NT News allowed to report on a man who had sex with hundreds of cars via their exhaust pipes? Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Media briefs: exhaustive car sex judgment … reaching for the Sky … screw you too, Zoo

Is the NT News allowed to report on a man who had sex with hundreds of cars via their exhaust pipes? Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Melbourne should be willing to forego some of its parking revenue in order to encourage the environmentally sustainable business of car-sharing

Mayne: forget bike bans, is Melbourne killing car-sharing?

Melbourne should be willing to forego some of its parking revenue in order to encourage the environmentally sustainable business of car-sharing

Poor people with cars are the latest segment of the voting population to be attacked from on high by the Coalition. How is the party getting so repeatedly wrong?

Rundle: Hockey’s suicide machine successfully alienates every single voter

Poor people with cars are the latest segment of the voting population to be attacked from on high by the Coalition. How is the party getting so repeatedly wrong?

The government wants to trim FBT -- and interest groups are up in arms about it. Accountant and former economist <b>John Lawrence</b> explains why you should think twice before believing the hysteria.

FBT coverage is nothing but self-interested hysteria

The government wants to trim FBT -- and interest groups are up in arms about it. Accountant and former economist John Lawrence explains why you should think twice before believing the hysteria.

When Rupert Murdoch became a hipster ... uni says no to Dalai Lama ... car mag in trouble? ...

Tips and rumours

When Rupert Murdoch became a hipster ... uni says no to Dalai Lama ... car mag in trouble? ...

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