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AA Ireland invests in new van rescue fleet

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AA Ireland has invested almost €500,000 in new vans to upgrade its existing breakdown assistance fleet from Cork-based company Ford Ireland.

One in three motorists plan to explore electric options

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Almost a third of Irish motorists admit they are open to purchasing an electric vehicle when they next change their car, according to AA Ireland.

Galway restaurant awarded AA rosette and AA four star status in the same week

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Dillisk on the Docks is celebrating its first birthday this week, and what better birthday present than being awarded its first AA rosette for culinary excellence. The excitement did not stop there as Harbour Hotel Galway, where Dillisk on the Docks is located, also received four-star status.

One in ten Irish motorists have no breakdown cover

One in 10 motorists do not have breakdown cover for their vehicle – which potentially equates to 203,826 vehicles on Irish road - according to research carried out by motoring services specialist Easytrip.

Drivers considering dropping their fully comprehensive car insurance - AA

Almost 40 per cent of motorists have considered sacrificing their comprehensive cover in favour of a third party or third party, fire, and theft policy as a result of rising insurance costs, according to research undertaken by AA Motor Insurance.

G hotel gets prestigious AA rating

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Galway’s glamorous and unique g Hotel has double cause to celebrate this week as it has been awarded five AA Stars plus 2 AA Rosettes for culinary excellence.

Mayo restaurant received AA Rosette in 2011

AA Ireland has announced that an impressive 17 Irish restaurants were newly awarded AA Rosette Awards during the 2011 inspection season in celebration of culinary excellence. AA Rosette Awards are assessed as part of an unannounced overnight inspection of a hotel or guesthouse and the 17 new recipients are among just 109 properties in Ireland to currently hold the respected accolade. Since 1956, AA Inspectors have been awarding AA Rosettes which today are graded on a scale of one to five.

New credit card driving licence on the way

A credit card-styled driving licence featuring microchip technology will be introduced into Ireland next year.

Local drivers guilty of using phones and swearing at SatNavs

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The use of mobile phones while driving is actually on the increase despite numerous high-profile safety campaigns, according to the Automobile Association (AA).

Warning on garage servicing standards

The Automobile Association is advising garages to make sure they adhere to proper standards when servicing cars for customers, while also asking motorists to give feedback on their servicing experience.

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