Motoring TV presenter and Women on Wheels online editor, Juliet McGuire, has taken over the role as editor of SA’s leading female motoring magazine, Women on Wheels.

In a fast-paced world where motoring news is written for women by women, leading female motoring magazine, Women on Wheels, McGuire heads up the reigns of the 2016 edition, taking over from outgoing editor, Charleen Clarke.

“I am so excited to take over editorship of the Women on Wheels magazine. I have big shoes to fill following the previous editor, Charleen Clarke who now leaves this role, but I have no doubt that with my knowledge and experience of the industry and with the great support of the Associated Media Publishing team behind me, we will continue to produce a unique and superior product,” she sMcGuire’s background in motoring drives back to when she initially studied film and television techniques, before enrolling at Stellenbosch University to major in English and Psychology. McGuire then completed her honours in Journalism before heading to CAR magazine to pursue her passion for cars and writing.

“I started out as an intern at CAR magazine in 2008 and remained at the magazine for a further six years. After gaining all the knowledge I could about the motoring industry and learning from the greats within it, I decided to take over the Women on Wheels website. In 2012, I landed a role as a presenter for technology and gadget show, Tech Report, and I’ve filmed just under 200 episodes to date,” explains McGuire.

Readers of Women on Wheels can expect the next annual edition to be bumper-filled and keeping up with the latest motoring trends, under the helm of McGuire.

This year’s magazine will also include the latest car reviews, their annual WOW Women’s Car of the Year Awards and exciting motoring events for its readers.

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