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Mobile phone use behind the wheel continues to be a significant problem on Ireland’s roads but a new survey of Irish motorists reveals that nearly half of drivers (46%) would support the introduction of technology to disable certain phone...
Tyre checks recommended for drivers to save on rising petrol and diesel costsPetrol and diesel prices have surged to record highs in recent weeks, as Ireland and Europe suffer the shocks from the ongoing energy crisis.And even though the...
The latest generation of the new Mazda6 Saloon and Tourer showcases a comprehensive range of carefully considered revisions and enhancements which cement the company flagship's rightful position at the head of the Mazda model range.Starting from €31,945 and...
Audi has gained a wealth of experience from the 1.4 million kilometres covered as part of the Electric Mobility Showcase.The brand provided 80 Audi A1 e-tron prototypes and 40 production models of the Audi A3 Sportback e-tron for the four-year support program...
Thousands of motorists prepare to take to the roads this May bank holiday weekend.Research has found that constant talking and not paying attention to the road ahead is the most annoying driver trait for one in five passengers.This...
Last week I was driving the best-selling car in the world, the Toyota Corolla. Toyota have been producing their famous Corolla since 1966 and some of us are old enough to remember what happened in 1966, England won the...
As the colder, darker weather descends, mobility solutions specialist, easytrip, Ireland’s only electronic parking and tolling tag provider, is reminding drivers to prepare before setting out on the road in advance of the clocks going back at the end...
With temperatures dropping across the country this week and further snow and ice forecast in the coming days, motorists are encouraged to drive with extra caution to prevent accidents. It’s important for motorists to ensure their car is prepared for...
The Volkswagen Golf is without question, Ireland’s most popular cars, with almost 15,800 Golf models sold since the current seventh-generation model was launched in Ireland in 2012.The car is popular with every demographic and remains the embodiment of mainstream-premium...
The SEAT Ateca has received the highest score in the Euro NCAP test programme. The first SUV in the history of the Spanish brand fully demonstrated the high level of safety it offers and was given five stars.The Ateca...

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