F1 GP comes to Melbourne

Released 15/03/2018

Team principal Christian Horner claims Red Bull have "plenty of options" as they wait for a decision from Daniel Ricciardo on his long-term future. Ricciardo's contract with Red Bull expires at the end of the season, although Horner has repeatedly spoken of his desire to keep the 28-year-old, while team consultant Helmut Marko revealed on Thursday that a "deadline" has been set for talks on a new deal. Horner, speaking on Friday, would not be drawn on a timeframe for that decision, though, and hinted that Red Bull would have no issue with looking to another driver. "Daniel needs to make sure that he's comfortable and he's making the right decision for next year," Horner told Sky Sports. "From our perspective, we've got plenty of options. Our desire is to continue with Daniel and, at the right moment in time, there'll be an opportune moment to sit down and discuss the future with him. "It feels a bit early at this point in time." Red Bull have been tipped to challenge for the constructors' championship this season, but Horner insists Mercedes – winners in each of the last four years – remain heavy favourites. "It's so hard to draw conclusions – you get a bit of a flavour," he said. "Mercedes are in great shape, Ferrari are looking strong. We hope we're there or thereabouts. "It'll be great for Formula One if there's a few teams in contention this year. But Mercedes are definitely going into this championship as very much the favourites."

Driverless cars may soon be a reality

Released 5/05/2016

Swedish auto manufacturing giant, Volvo, has indicated it will be trialing driverless cars - as soon as next year.

Thinking of buying a new dual cab ute? Have a read here first

Released 27/03/2016

Have a read of our new article on dual cab utes and their increased towing capacity?  What does it mean and what is important for you to think through before purchasing?  

Delays for transport to Tasmania and from Tasmania

Released 14/01/2016

Due to the damage of the Spirit of Tasmania in Melbourne yesterday, there will be delays for all transporrt running from Melbourne to Tasmania and Tasmania to Melbourne.

Back for a bigger and better 2016!

Released 4/01/2016

We'd like to wish all of our customers a wonderful and safe 2016!

Summer interstate car transport

Released 18/12/2015

Summer is our busiest period for interstate car transport, particularly as it's the end of year and many people are relocating interstate in preparation for the new year and new starts in states, homes, schools and jobs.  The Australian Car Transport team, highly recommends giving yourself plenty of time to secure spots on trucks and get your car moving!

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