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Westmeath has 21.6 per cent increase in car sales in 2014 according to SIMI report

A new report by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) in association with DoneDeal has shown that new car sales in Westmeath have increased by 21.6 per cent for the first half of 2014. The Second Quarter Motor Industry Review for 2014, compiled by economist Jim Power, shows that 1,116 cars have been sold in Westmeath in the first six months of the year, compared with just 918 for the first half of 2013.

In-car technology raises road safety concerns

The explosion in the availability of in-car technology is raising road safety concerns across the globe.

In-car technology raises road safety concerns

The explosion in the availability of in-car technology is raising road safety concerns across the globe.

Insurance rise pushes up the annual cost of motoring

The AA does a study every year on the total cost of owning and running a car in Ireland. The sums are more than a little scary when you include everything.

Insurance rise pushes up the annual cost of motoring

The AA does a study every year on the total cost of owning and running a car in Ireland. The sums are more than a little scary when you include everything.

Damaging your own car is costly but common

Car manufacturers have spent millions investing in new technologies to protect drivers. There are thousands of components that go to make up a modern automobile and every single one has been researched, scrutinised, refined and redesigned a thousand times.

Damaging your own car is costly but common

Car manufacturers have spent millions investing in new technologies to protect drivers. There are thousands of components that go to make up a modern automobile and every single one has been researched, scrutinised, refined and redesigned a thousand times.

Driverless cars to save rural Ireland?

There was quite a kerfuffle last week with an embarrassing act of public stupidity by Kerry Co. Council. As you know, independent councillor Danny Healy-Rae put forward the ridiculous idea that people in rural Ireland should be allowed to drink and drive.

Driverless cars to save rural Ireland?

There was quite a kerfuffle last week with an embarrassing act of public stupidity by Kerry Co. Council. As you know, independent councillor Danny Healy-Rae put forward the ridiculous idea that people in rural Ireland should be allowed to drink and drive.

It is safety and not sexy that is selling cars these days

As we all know by now there will be new reg plates next year. The trade fervently hopes that the ‘131’ and ‘132’ plates will mean they start selling cars in numbers again. Drop into a car showroom anywhere and they will be only too pleased to tell you all about it.

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