Governments can often change the laws for many reasons, some to help their citizens interest’s and some to help their own interests.
In this article, we’re going to learn about how the South Australian government has increased driving related fines by up to 500% – in order to fill their recent state budget loss of over AUD $500m due to unpaid GST (taxes).
The increase in fines is reported to generate an extra AUD $79m in revenue for the government.
Written on the 27 May 2019 (Newsmaker.com.au) – CarSwap, the largest platform for vehicle trading, selling, and buying, has launched a feature in its mobile application which enables users to view vehicles based on the biggest discount under market value first.
For example, the first search result could be a car that is asking $5,000 below market price, the second result would be $4,800 below market price, and so on. Cars that are listed above market price will be displayed last.
Small Coupe: Toyota 86
Large Coupe: Honda Civic
Small Sports Coupe: Nissan 370z
Medium Sports Coupe: Nissan GTR
Small Luxury Coupe: Lexus RF
Medium Luxury Coupe: Audi A5
Small Convertible: Honda S2000
Medium Convertible: Audi A3
Small Sports Convertible: Jaguar F-Type
Medium Sports Convertible: Maserati GranTurismo
Small Luxury Convertible: BMW Z4
Medium Luxury Convertible: Audi A5
Supercar: Lamborghini Aventador
Small Sedan: Honda Civic
Medium Sedan: Subaru Liberty
Large Sedan: Hyundai Genesis
Small Sports Sedan: Alfa Romeo Giulia
Medium Sports Sedan: Subaru WRX
Large Sports Sedan: Tesla S
Small Luxury Sedan: Jaguar F-Type
Medium Luxury Sedan: Maserati Ghibli
Large Luxury Sedan: Maserati Quattroporte
Small SUV: Ford EcoSport
Medium SUV: Toyota Prado
Large SUV: Toyota Landcruiser
Sports SUV: Mercedes G Wagon
Small Luxury SUV: Evoque
Medium Luxury SUV: BMW X5
Large Luxury SUV: Rolls Royce Cullinan
Family Van: Honda Odyssey
Small Truck: Ford Ranger
Medium Truck: Ford F150
Large Truck: Chevrolet Silverado
Sports Truck: Ford Raptor
Hatchback: Volkswagen Golf
Electric Sedan: Tesla Model S
Written on the 15 January 2019 (Businessnewsaus.com.au) – There are slim pickings for options when it comes to selling your car online in Australia, while the act of offloading your pre-loved automobile can be quite expensive as well.
An Adelaide startup is hoping to flip the Australian industry on its head with its next gen app CarSwap.
So confident in their business model are founders Kane Ellis (pictured left) and Cyrus Rafizadeh (pictured right) that they believe CarSwap will be the number one auto classifieds platform in the world in just a few years’