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Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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Topic: motoring

Drivers College calls for more volunteer educators

Drivers College in Bundaberg is seeking more volunteers to help keep motorists up to date with road rules and be better drivers.

Driving tests to resume in Bundaberg

While driving tests hit the brakes in March due to coronavirus, learner drivers will soon be able to sit for their P-plates again with tests to officially resume on 15 June.

Traffic data shows only modest COVID impact

Traffic data from the Bundaberg Region shows only a modest drop in vehicle movements during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Local Holden enthusiasts shocked by company's exit

Known amongst car enthusiasts as a "solid, reliable make perfect for Australian conditions", Holden is set to end its 164 year reign in the nation after making a shock announcement today.

Heavy penalties target distracted drivers

Queensland has introduced the toughest penalties in Australia for drivers and cyclists illegally using mobile devices behind the wheel.

Team to drive 5000km for Camp Quality esCarpade

Bundaberg residents Debbie and Geoff Knowles are about to take off on a 5000km outback adventure to raise funds for Camp Quality.

Police take a monster look at suspension

With monster trucks in Bundaberg recently, local police thought it was an ideal opportunity to bust some myths about raising vehicles.

Hustling Hinkler plays at Veteran Vehicle Rally picnic

The nostalgic sounds of Hustling Hinkler were heard at the 2019 National Veteran Vehicle Rally picnic at the Botanic Gardens in Bundaberg.

Community fills main street for Gaslight Parade

The National Veteran Vehicle Rally filled the main street as it rolled on with the Gaslight Parade on Thursday night.

Extra steam trains and historic fashion at rally picnic

The Bundaberg Botanic Gardens will go back in time when the 2019 National Veteran Vehicle Rally Picnic is held on Sunday, 22 September.

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