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Mobile Motor Factors held an extremely successful Mechanic Expert Trade Show at Athlone Institute of Technology. Attracting large numbers, the event boasted leading suppliers from the motor industry with representatives on hand to offer advice to the interested public in attendance. Display stands from Bosch, APEC, Gates, Mann Filter, Luk, Kyb Shocks and many more were dotted along the campus and proved hugely popular on the night.
Retail Excellence, the largest retail representative body, has released the results of its ‘December eCommerce Dashboard Report’, which monitors online sales trends in Ireland.
Much tougher penalties came into force in England, Scotland, and Wales last month for the illegal use of mobile phones while driving.
A survey of Irish motorists carried out by tyre manufacturer Continental shows that other drivers’ use of a hand-held mobile phone while behind the wheel is the single most annoying bad habit on the road.
The other most annoying habits that irked respondents included: Overtaking illegally or dangerously (47.7 per cent); driving too slowly (44.1 per cent); not indicating or generally bad lane use (43.2 per cent); and breaking the speed limit (40 per cent).
Ireland is in the "midst of a digital divide" with "thousands of people" throughout the west "without proper mobile phone coverage", a situation which is also impacting negatively on western businesses.
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).
Fianna Fáil Councillor Aengus O’Rourke has called on the Government to conduct an independent nationwide audit of mobile phone coverage in the country and grade what standard of coverage is in place in all regions.
Phone Doc, specialists in mobile phone repairs and accessories, says more smart phone users are getting caught by exceeding their allocated data plan.
Sending or reading mobile phone texts has been identified as the most common dangerously distracting activity for drivers on Ireland’s roads.