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Most motorists shop around and save on car insurance

Motorists who fail to shop around at the time of their car insurance renewal could be missing out on an opportunity to lower their premiums.

Seven out of ten motorists don’t check their vehicles

A survey of 300 motorists in Ireland has revealed that almost 7 out of ten don’t have their vehicle checked in-between scheduled services or NCTs unless a fault has developed. The survey, carried out by First Stop Tyre and Car Services suggests that some motorists don’t have their car checked for up to a two-year period and because of this, motorists may be missing out on significant benefits by ignoring regular car checks.

Seven out of 10 Irish motorists neglect to check their vehicles

A survey of 300 motorists in Ireland has revealed that almost seven out of 10 do not have their vehicle checked in-between scheduled services or NCTs unless a fault has developed.

Majority of motorists fail to have regular car checks

A survey of 300 motorists in Ireland has revealed that almost seven out of 10 do not have their vehicle checked in between scheduled services or NCTs unless a fault has developed.

New cars owners should update their toll tag details

Motoring solutions specialist easytrip, Ireland's only parking and tolling provider, is reminding motorists to update their easytrip account details when buying and selling a vehicle this January.

Tips for driving in high winds

The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has published some advice for motorists on how to cope with driving in high winds.

Don’t let the wet weather rain on your parade

With wet weather continuing to engulf the UK and Ireland, the Institute of Advanced Motorists’ (IAM) director of standards, Mark Lewis, looks at how drivers can best prepare for driving in heavy rain.

Fake NCT certificates on the increase here

The number of fake NCT certificates in circulation on Irish roads is on the increase. With sources saying that scam artists can take a car that is only worth €300 and then re-sell it for up to €1,200, it is hardly surprising that fake certs are on the rise.

Fake NCT certificate on the increase here

The number of fake NCT certificates in circulation on Irish roads is on the increase. With sources saying that scam artists can take a car that is only worth €300 and then re-sell it for up to €1,200, it is hardly surprising fake certs are on the rise.

Mayo road safety boss tells back-seat drivers to speak up

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Back-seat drivers are usually labelled as a major annoyance but Mayo's road safety officer Noel Gibbons is calling on them to speak up, not shut up.

 

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