OZ v NZ: Where Is Better to Drive at a Glance

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Posted on 9th September 2015 – Driving


A few months ago, we published a post comparing New Zealand and Australian roads. In the end, NZ won the battle with its less dust, kinder distances and better road quality.

If you don’t fancy reading the whole blog, have a quick look at our infographic below and let us know what your experience of NZ vs Australian roads are.

 


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