Green Auto Blog…..
It’s no secret that automobiles get more technologically advanced every passing year. A good deal of these vehicular innovations have a lot to do with saving gas, reducing emissions, and, more recently, teaching the driver to pilot the vehicle in a more efficient manner. If you feel like you need help in choosing which bits of techno-geekery are the best, AAA has just created a list specifically for you.
Included in AAA’s top 10 tech picks are solar roof panels and...Read More
Who would have thought that the humble carpooling idea would emerge into a fully fledged, environmentally conscious transportation alternative.
Meet Jayride: the website that allows vehicle owners to put their spare seats up for rent. Well not so much as rent but short term lease.
With its humble beginnings in Auckland, New Zealand some 2 short years ago, Jayride is now the place to go to find a cheap, spare seat in vehicles travelling between towns and cities all over New Zealand and...Read More
Lucky Alice Springs? Not so sure if the locals feel that way.
ALICE Springs has been selected to be the first aircraft “boneyard” outside the US.
Functioning in the same way as Pinal Airpark in Arizona, it will cover an area of 110ha and will house 300 planes in the Northern Territory, taking planes being decommissioned from service, that have been stripped of all their parts like engines, electronics and wiring to be re-cycled.
It will also be a place where aircrafts as big as the A380...Read More
New Zealand flights look like they could be disrupted for days as ash from the Chilean volcanic eruption drifts across the country.
The Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano in Chile began erupting on June 4, with the ash plume drifting thousands of kilometres across the South Atlantic, South Africa, Indian Ocean, Tasmania and now across New Zealand.
More than 60 New Zealand flights have been cancelled and over 7000 passengers have been stranded at Airports over the weekend.
Air New Zealand will continue to fly but...Read More
On the wake of the massive earthquake that hit Christchurch in recent weeks, many families and companies were forced to evacuate and abandon their premises, unable to return indefinitely. As business ground to a halt, accommodation has become a big issue as hotels and backpackers etc were also forced to close their doors.
One of Transfercar’s valued partners, Spaceships Rental Campervans, were one of the unfortunate rental companies to be hit hard and have now relocated to a new depot that they call...Read More
Rental car companies are feeling the aftershocks of the Christchurch earthquake in branches nationwide. Entire schedules were disrupted as vehicles went missing due to drivers being unable to drop vehicles off at central city depots.
A number of prominent rental agencies have only just been able to access trapped and damaged stock; relocating vehicles to depots outside of the central city. Issues arose as vehicles that would normally be returned with a full tank of gas came back empty as petrol stations were...Read More