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Toyota announces new education scholarships and grants

Toyota Australia has announced a third year of student scholarships and school grants aimed at breaking down barriers to further education in Sydney’s south. Toyota has held a close...
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Ford Australia announces the winner of the Mustang GT

Since April this year, Ford Trade Club Members have had the opportunity to win a 2019 Ford Mustang GT. The new, sleeker design, more advanced technology and greater performance...
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Hyundai autonomous cars hit the streets

Hyundai, in collaboration with Pony.ai and Via, unveiled BotRide, a shared, on-demand, autonomous vehicle service operating on public roads. Starting on 4 November, a fleet of self-driving Hyundai KONA...
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Ford to introduce the electric Mustang SUV

Ford announced it is expanding the Mustang family with the Mustang Mach-E, an all-new, all-electric SUV. “At the first-ever Detroit auto show, Henry Ford said he was working on...
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Maven’s new offering lets you rent Holdens by the month

GM Holden’s mobility brand Maven continues to expand to meet Australians’ growing demand for new ways to access a vehicle. “Maven is excited to re-launch long term rentals in...
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SEMA – the week that was!

What an awesome experience! Before the doors even opened, there was a real sense of anticipation as the 53rd SEMA Show got underway in Las Vegas. From the very...
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Mike Anderson inducted into collision repair industry Hall of Eagles

Calling him one of the “greatest influencers” in the collision repair industry, Collision Network President Jim Keller announced Wednesday the Hall of Eagles had added Collision Advice CEO Albert...
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The UAW strike at GM is over

The United Auto Workers and General Motors announced the union’s longest automotive strike in 50 years has ended and a deal had been reached. The UAW said: “Workers will...
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Hyundai’s new AI adjusts adaptive cruise control

Hyundai announced it planned to incorporate a new “Machine Learning based Smart Cruise Control” into future vehicles, another interesting ADAS wrinkle for collision repairers to watch. “SCC-ML” would learn...
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AFCA sets the record straight

Well known industry identity, Graham Judge of Safety Collision Consultants of NSW invited repairers, insurers and a broad cross-section of industry stakeholders to a recent meeting held in Western...
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