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Forty per cent of women would feel some degree of apprehension letting a handyman or tradesman into their homes, according to a new poll from AA Home Insurance. In comparison, 20 per cent of the men polled said they would have cause for concern.
With the holiday season in full swing the AA is appealing to party goers not to take a lift from someone they know or suspect to be over the legal alcohol limit. Highlighting the frequency of the practice, in a recent AA motor insurance poll of close to 15,000 people, 13 per cent of respondents said they had travelled in a car with someone they knew to have more than the legal permissible amount of alcohol in their system within the last year.
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.
The Automobile Association of Ireland has responded angrily to Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan’s motor and carbon tax increases, as outlined in this week’s Budget.
The Ardilaun Hotel and Leisure Club, Taylors Hill, Galway, was last week awarded with the ‘AA Courtesy and Care Award 2011/2012’. The award, linked to the AA’s motto of ‘Courtesy and Care’, is awarded annually to the AA hotel which offers nothing short of excellent Irish hospitality.
Twenty per cent of respondents in an AA poll carried out this month admitted they have knowingly taken a lift from a driver they understood to be over the legal blood alcohol level (0.8 mg) within the last two years.
Irish motorists are still strongly in favour of speed cameras, and that support has strengthened since the new cameras were introduced, according to a new AA poll.
Irish motorists are still strongly in favour of speed cameras and that support has strengthened since the cameras were introduced, according to an AA poll.
Four out of five taxi drivers work more than 50 hours per week (83.4 per cent) with over half working more than 60 hours a week. However, some drivers have admitted to working up to 80 hours a week, leading to a belief that passengers are unsafe in their cars.
This year is living up to its billing as the ‘year of the pothole’, according to the AA.