New models for SA, Nissan's 150-millionth car... 10 top motoring stories

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<b> NEW POLO: </b> The latest version of the Volkswagen Polo, seen here in 'beats' guise, at the Frankfurt motor show. <i> Image: Wheels24 </i>
<b> NEW POLO: </b> The latest version of the Volkswagen Polo, seen here in 'beats' guise, at the Frankfurt motor show. <i> Image: Wheels24 </i>

Cape Town - From Nissan celebrating its 150-millionth car, to Tesla revealing plans to debut a battery semi-truck, here are your top motoring stories of the day.

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Hitting another vehicle is one of the most common forms of vehicle crashes but what happens if you damage more than just a fellow road user’s car? We look at what the law says in South Africa.

Nissan reported producing 150-million vehicles produced globally, we look at how the Japanese automaker reached this automotive milestone.

The world's motoring media descended on Frankfurt earlier in September for the largest car show on the calendar, we list new models headed for SA.

Here is a wrap of today's stories:

1. So a car crashed into your house? What the law says in SA

2. Frankfurt auto show - 7 new cars on their way to SA



3. Ford's updated Kuga in SA

4. Renault's new Alaskan bakkie for SA

5 Nissan's new Micra Active launched in SA


6. The best parts of self-driving cars are already here


7. Nissan celebrates 150-million vehicles produced globally


8. Tesla to debut battery semi-truck


9. Driver contests speeding ticket, Supreme Court to hear her case

10. China rises at Frankfurt auto show



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