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As motorists prepare to take to the roads for summer holidays, research by mobility solutions specialist ‘easytrip’, has shown that constant talking and not paying attention to the road ahead is the most annoying driver trait for one in five passengers.
A Galway man has been awarded a Road Safety Authority Leading Lights Approved Driving Instructor (Car) award for 2017.
New research by Liberty Insurance suggests nearly three in four Irish drivers (74 per cent) do not feel confident when driving in poor weather conditions.
It will come as no surprise to you that almost half of Irish motorists encounter drivers using their mobile phone while behind the wheel on a daily basis, according to recent research from AA Ireland.
It will come as no surprise that almost half of Irish motorists encounter drivers using their mobile phone while behind the wheel on a daily basis, according to recent research from AA Ireland.
Self-driving cars may still be a way down the road but many people can already foresee the life-changing difference they will make to how we travel.
As the colder, darker weather descends, we are reminded that all drivers should prepare before setting out on the road after the clocks have gone back. The combination of longer hours of darkness and tougher driving conditions that can further reduce visibility means that drivers need to be extra vigilant during this period, says mobility solutions specialist, easytrip, Ireland’s only electronic parking and tolling tag provider.
Ten years on after three men, two of them cousins, were killed in a head-on road smash one of their fathers is appealing to all drivers to slow down, saying the pain of losing someone on the roads never goes away.
One in four Irish motorists say they have serious concerns in relation to the advent of autonomous driving.
Multi-tasking while driving can have a “detrimental” effect on the quality and accuracy of driving performance, according to a new report produced by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) and the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL).