I have nightmares. Going to school in my underwear or falling off a cliff pale in significance to the one about a gigantic wall of cars rolling up my street. Three, four, five cars high and tumbling one over the other, the mass of [insert Yankee slang here] compact crossover SUV’s [end slang] grows bigger and bigger as it nears my house…
“Our world as we know it, is changing”.
Come the end of 2020, this might be the most popular sentence of the year. However, unrelated to the COVID-19 pandemic that the we’ve been engulfed in since the beginning of 2020, the world is changing. The need for alternative- and more efficient ways of transport is growing. With this being a motoring platform, let us look at the electric revolution within the current motoring industry.
Die titel van hierdie artikel mag dalk ‘n sterk standpunt in neem. Juis is dit dan vir hierdie rede dat ons die klem om die woord “dalk” plaas. Totdat ons nie self die voertuig getoets het nie, sal ons dit nie kan reg of vekeerd bewys nie. Wat ons egter kan doen, is om ons standpunt te basseer op vorige toetse.
Punching above its weight
After more than twenty years, the Jimny has been replaced by this all-new fourth generation and it is better in every way; quite literally. Following, we will show you why the new Jimny is the perfect companion for two adventurous travelers.
The proven traveller
Are you thinking about travelling the Southern Coast (Garden Route) of South-Africa or know of a friend who would love to visit the coastline of South-Africa, but don’t know what car to use? We might be able to help.
Text: Franco Theron and Junaid Samodien
Since the dawn of the 19th century, motorsport has always existed due to two key factors. Through the decades, these factors have either worked together very closely and successfully or either against one another, proving unsustainable for the sport. These two factors speak to the needs of the spectators as well as the big manufacturers (brands). The following article will analyse the movement of the motorsport world into different directions, perhaps towards an imbalance between the two factors.
Whether you’re digging through old family photos or buying a clapped-out old bakkie from a farm, we have compiled a list of the old SWA numberplates:
Ever wondered how many Namibian towns have their own number plates? Is Otavi OT or OV? Were you stuck behind a slow OM driver for hours and want to figure out why? Well, good news, NamWheels has all the details for you below in a handy table:
I’ve been reviewing cars for almost a decade and in that time, only two cars have ever broken down on me. The freaky thing is that both were completely unexpected faults and the vehicles in question share a nationality. Take a deep breath, everyone. They weren’t British or Indian. They were both Japanese.