Drive TV launches new series with special guest Scott Cam: Business Drive

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Business Drive will explore the technical side of vehicle financing as well as what new technologies are available in the Australian market.

Drive TV has launched Business Drive, a program dedicated to helping small business owners and tradespeople understand what vehicles are right for their needs.

Business Drive will explore the technical side of vehicle financing and leasing as well as what new brands, technologies, and options are available in the Australian market.

It will also explore questions including ‘what business buyers need to know in 2024’, ‘what makes the perfect vehicle for tradies?’ and ownership advice including vehicle customisation and finance options.

The series features Scott Cam and Drive’s director of content, James Ward while presenter Kris Smith will host. The four-part 30-minute series will air this Saturday 8 June, at 12:30pm AEST on Nine and is available to stream on demand on 9Now.

According to Ward, there has never been a better time to consider purchasing a new business vehicle. 

“This is the best time of year to look at your business vehicle needs. For ABN holders, there are some great deals available in market to take advantage of,” he said.

“After years of supply issues, we’re now seeing an increase in vehicle stock with many brands keen to move cars off the dealership floor.

“Now is the perfect time to educate yourself on upgrading your vehicle, review your finance options, or even the benefit of making the switch to an electric or hybrid vehicle for your business.”

Business Drive will also feature as a 12-page limited edition print lift out published in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age newspapers on Saturday 15 June. Plus an all-new dedicated online Business Drive guide can be found on

Episode one of Drive TV’s Business Drive will air at 12:30pm this Saturday 8 June on Nine. The Business Drive series will run for four weeks on Nine, 9Rush and be available to stream on 9Now.

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