Sorry, your browser is too old to view this website.

Click Here To See How To Update or

Visit our basic site

Monday, November 24, 2014

SunLive - The Bay's news first
LATEST
TRENDING

OPINION POLL

Drink-driving limits are being lowered from December 1, but should there be a complete ban on drinking and driving?

Yes
No
VOTE
RESULTS

Home >> Local News >> Motoring
RSS


Interested in motoring? Check out our all-new Bay Driver website, dedicated to motoring in the Bay! Visit: http://www.baydriver.co.nz



UPDATE 2.25PM: The woman hit by a truck while on her mobility scooter is being taken to Tauranga Hospital in a serious condition. Emergency services were called to SH2 in Katikati, between Jocelyn Street and Fairview Road, at about 12.40pm after reports...

read more

New lower drink-drive limits are being welcomed as an opportunity for Bay of Plenty drivers to help “significantly” reduce the nation's alcohol-related crash and death tally. From next Monday the current breath alcohol limit reduces...

read more

Western Bay of Plenty Police are “extremely disappointed” drier summer conditions on the road are yet to translate into a decrease in weekend crashes. Between Friday morning and today, police responded to more than 12 crashes on Western Bay...

read more

Tauranga is one of four New Zealand cities participating in the urban kiwiRAP programme - a risk assessment process for urban road transport. The programme is a collaboration between the New Zealand Transport Agency, Auckland Transport and the Tauranga,...

read more

A 44-year-old motorcyclist who crashed his unregistered and unwarranted Aprilia motorcycle into the rear of a car on SH2 east of Cambridge Road, was also unlicensed, say police. The accident happened on Tamatea Arikinui Drive under the route K overbridge...

read more

“Beyond words” is how a Waikato road policing officer describes a drunk driver's behaviour as she sped through a rural crash scene, putting emergency workers at risk. Sergeant Neil Mansill of the Huntly Road Safety Team says he struggles...

read more

A cockroach running across the dashboard of a vehicle caused a driver to take her eyes off the road before a three-car crash this afternoon. Police and St John Paramedics were called to the crash on Turret Road after a black Toyota Corolla crossed the...

read more

Delays are expected on State Highway 2, south of Katikati, as work continues to strengthen Wainui Bridge this month. Works on the bridge, located between Work Road and Sargent Drive, began on Monday. Motorists are being advised to expect delays on SH2,...

read more

The number of fatal crashes in the Western Bay of Plenty has almost doubled compared to this time last year, with the current toll sitting at 11. At the same stage in 2013, six people had lost their lives on the WBOP roads. The current road toll for the...

read more

A crash which caused rush-hour chaos in Tauranga yesterday is being attributed to “inattention” by police. A nose-to-tail was the cause of huge delays on 15th Ave following crash on State Highway 2a, heading towards the Maungatapu Road. Two...

read more

BAY TODAY


Pilot Bay sunset. Photo by Linda Howe. Send us your photos and stories from around the Bay of Plenty. photos@thesun.co.nz