This week on SA’s No.1 motoring podcast, auto crime activity increases, the team reviews the new Honda Jazz 1.5 Sport CVT, and in motorsport we unpack the new team driver changes. In Crazy Talk, more electric cars are igniting the streets... and George Mienie walks us through how dealerships are doing under the level 4 lockdown rules. Powered by AutoTrader.

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How has lockdown affected the search behaviour of car buyers? The possible digitisation of more businesses after lockdown means different types of vehicles are becoming more popular... two cars are streaks ahead on AutoTrader's website. What's the best value for money vehicle on the market? Volvo has always been about safety, a new policy they're implementing echoes this message even further. If you need a reason not to give your child a supercar, there's a young man in Canada who is the poster child for this. Powered by AutoTrader.

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22.05.20 Pt 2 - The trolley test truly does tell you if you are a good person or not, whether on a train track or at your local shops. Is Beyonce an icon? Nurses in bikinis in Russia are some solace for patients. Jack Lotter, the health and fitness guru, joins us to discuss the South African fitness landscape... and he's clear on how to avoid scammers.

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AutoTrader is looking to open up and has set events in motion to get the industry going again. What is the difference between e-commerce and a market place? The number of enquiries on AutoTrader and dealership websites in lockdown may raise eyebrows. A man in Chicago showed his boss just how much he hates greed. And Teslas are a honey trap for hijackers. Powered by AutoTrader.

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15.05.20 Pt 2 - OnlyFans is changing the lives of humans all over the world... nudes are a goldmine! Is it easier to work with no kids? Leigh-Ann is adored by fans, find out just how much. Booze will be sold by surname apparently, get your lists in now to friends with surnames starting with an A. The gospel for lockdown is to help where you can.

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AutoTrader's web numbers are up year on year for April, which shows people are still buying cars. What percentage of people need to sell their cars because of Covid-19? An underage driver in Utah was caught on his way to buy a supercar. North Carolina has had a teen crime outbreak. How is India using technology to police coronavirus red zones? Elon Musk wants to make the Tesla more fun, but how? Powered by AutoTrader.

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George Mienie reports on some of the search stats on the AutoTrader website, which tells us a few things about the state of the country's economy. People are also searching for cars at very odd times of the night - why are we all suddenly insomniacs? Are hybrid vehicles still in demand? Tesla cars can now see stop signs and red lights... which is handy! And the Lucky Devil Lounge - a strip club in the USA - has created a special drive-through show for its customers. Powered by AutoTrader.

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This week on SA’s No.1 motoring podcast, we look into the traffic levels on the roads following the 2-week extension, and if the president's latest update will impact current levels. The team also reviews the 2020 AutoTrader Car of the Year – the Jaguar I-Pace. In motorsport, we update you on the racing calendar, and Bobby Petkov from Mit Mak Motors tells us about the creative ways he’s sustained business under lockdown. Powered by AutoTrader.

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It's been four weeks of lockdown - are consumers still buying cars? The AutoTrader Car of The Year was announced via a virtual awards ceremony, and it was fantastic... great viewership numbers. A barrel of oil for the first time in perhaps ever has hit a negative value. Is your car the best place to self-isolate from family? The Tesla Cybertuck is the future. What are the top 10 car-related movies and shows to watch? Powered by AutoTrader.

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24.04.20 Pt 2 - Fake news is a problem, is Facebook a good filter? Grammy winner Wouter Kellerman talks about his upcoming Independent Music Awards nomination, and how he thinks the music industry and artists can survive through lockdown. Greg Walsh from G & G Productions has started safefund.org.za to help the events industry supply chain to raise funds.

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