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by Seán Creedon Mazda produce excellent cars, but for some reason they are not huge sellers in the Irish market. The Japanese brand has many loyal customers here, but while they are always in the...
Driving in wintery conditions can be unsettling and dangerous at times, but sometimes it’s unavoidable. Different conditions mean you might end up in situations you’re not used to. Carzone has some simple tips that can save yourself a lot...
It’s an idea that could one day help save billions of litres of water. * Instead of simply wiping raindrops off our car windscreens, why not collect and reuse the water via the washer jets? Brother and sister Daniel and...
Public and Trade warned of new Write-Off system in UK Vehicle History experts Cartell.ie report today (Wednesday, 21st June) the Association of British Insurers (ABI) in the UK are no longer using Category C and Category D vehicle write-off classification...
SEAT Ireland has launched a roof box rental service, available to SEAT customers across its 23-retailer network. The rental service offers SEAT customers a convenient travel solution that is ideal for those planning a...
The Road Safety Authority and An Garda Síochána have launched their Christmas and New Year campaign aimed at limiting the amount of road traffic accidents on Irish roads over the holiday period and highlighting the risk drink drivers take...
Minister for Skills, Research and Innovation, Damien English TD, has announced the opening of the new Enterprise Rent-A-Car headquarters in Blanchardstown in Dublin as part of the company’s plans for growth and expansion throughout Ireland. Enterprise Rent-A-Car is part of Enterprise Holdings,...
The European New Car Assessment Programme Euro NCAP has published the best models of the year for 2016. The coveted title goes to the Tiguan, which was awarded "Best in Class" in the "Small off-roader" segment. This successor to...
The increase in commercial motor insurance premiums was the hot topic under discussion at the recent FTA Ireland National Council meeting held in Dublin. Members reported receiving premium increases of 50%, with some being asked for up to 70% more...
With the motoring industry implementing increased safety measures to protect customers, Mazda are raising such measures to new heights as the brand reduces travel requirements and contact for those looking to purchase a new vehicle.

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