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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Wherever you choose to buy, here are some general tips on buying a used car.
Inappropriate disposal of end of life vehicles may expose registered owners of vehicles to new motor tax liabilities
The transition period during which those in arrears of motor tax either pay the arrears and take out new motor tax or make a declaration of non-use expires on September 30 2013. From October 1 owners will be unable to make such declaration of non-use without having the arrears paid together interest and an additional three months tax in respect of the vehicle.
As we close the book on 2012 Ireland’s motorists will not have much to remember fondly. The year gone by saw no relief from austerity. Fuel prices, car tax and motor insurance all went up as the cost of moving around in Ireland became more expensive than ever before.
Clocking of motor vehicle’s has now become a significant problem for the Irish car-buyer, according to car check specialists, Cartell.ie
Applus+, the company charged with running the national car test could face financial penalties if current problems with bookings for the national car test persist, the Road Safety Authority has confirmed.