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Motoring News from North Cork, South Tipperary, East Limerick and West Waterford.

Local councillors in the Fermoy Municpal District are due to meet with Superintendant Michael McGuire and Sergeant James Hallahan in Fermoy Town Hall next Tuesday to discuss traffic problems in Fermoy. The chairman of Fermoy Municipal Authority Cllr Frank O'Flynn,...
A recent study has found that almost 1 in 12 motorists have used their phone while driving at flowing speed on an open road on at least an ‘occasional’ basis. The survey of over 6,000 Irish road users, undertaken by...
The Fiat Tipo range is expanding to include the new S-Design, a car dedicated to drivers who don’t want to compromise on style or substance. Available in hatchback, the new S-Design dials up the sporty styling without compromising the...
Almost a third of Irish motorists have founds signs that their car had been tampered with or vandalised in the past, a recent study has found. The survey, undertaken by AA Car Insurance, found that 30.24% of respondents had noticed...
As Ford begins its 101st year in Ireland, the company’s cars and commercial vehicles took the top spot in the 2018 January market. According to figures released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), car sales during the...
On the January 26, 1988, the Fiat Tipo was born. The successor to the Fiat Ritmo, the original Tipo blended state-of-the-art technology with robustness, usability and practicality to conquered the C-segment. Those core values can still be seen in...
Cork County Council will host a Road Safety event this Sunday, February 4 from 12pm to 5pm in the car park of Mitchelstown Leisure Centre. This is a free event with everyone welcome to attend on the day. The Road Safety Authority Ireland...
Official figures released by car history experts Motorcheck.ie show that new car sales in January 2018 have decreased slightly on last year with 37k units sold compared to 39k units in January 2017.  This represents a drop of about...
Irish motorists are being warned that for the first time since penalty points were introduced in 2002, drivers could now be liable to incur points on their licence if their tyres are either under- or over-inflated. Following an analysis of...
Forget romance, fine dining or an epic boxset binge – new preliminary research reveals that driving a sports car on a daily basis is among the best ways to boost your sense of wellbeing and emotional fulfilment. The study measured...

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