Monthly: June 2015
We’re entering the second month of winter and nighttime darkness has been arriving earlier in the afternoon. In areas where it’s not well-lit, the roads become crossing grounds for kangaroos, as we’ve discussed before.
In the video above, the Landy trekker applies textbook driving strategies to avoid hitting, or getting hit by, a number of kangaroos.
Take good care of your Rovers everyone!… Read more
Jaguar Land Rover is working on a prototype (UK-based team) that will develop autonomous driving.
With the remote-controlled Range Rover Sport shows how a driver can manipulate the car from outside just by using their smartphone.
The user needs to download the app and it will allow the user to control the ff:
Change from High and Low Range
The… Read more
Luxury, Design and Innovation – the three basic fundamentals of a Range Rover. Last June 17, 45 years after its launch, Range Rover celebrated this milestone.
Range Rover is the original luxury all-terrain vehicle and a design icon on its own.
Now on its 4th Generation, Range Rover’s Original Classic was revealed to the world in 1970. Followed by the 2nd generation… Read more
It’s winter time once again and Kangaroo collisions is starting to rise. Canberra is the only city Australia-wide that has a high number of free-range Kangaroos within its urban area.
Canberra and its surrounding areas have high incidence of Kangaroo accidents involving a motor vehicle. As per www.tams.act.gov.au, police have recorded far more collisions in Yass – Goulburn – Queanbeyan than… Read more