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Driver support for speed cameras remains high

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 drivers hold themselves in high regard

Some Irish motorists have their rose tinted glasses firmly on when it comes to how they perceive their own driving skills, according to figures recently issued by the AA.

A cut above the rest

Some Irish motorists it would seem have their rose tinted glasses firmly on when it comes to how they perceive their own driving skills, according to figures issued today by the AA.

Motorists’ support for speed cameras remains high

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.

Fuel prices show first fall since October

There has been some slight relief at the pumps in recent weeks, as the latest AA fuel price survey reveals that petrol and diesel prices both fell back this month.

Petrol and diesel prices show first fall since October

There has been some very slight relief at the pumps in recent weeks as the latest AA fuel price survey reveals that petrol and diesel prices both fell this month. Petrol dropped by 1.6 cent to an average of 151.3 cent per litre, while diesel fell more sharply, down 3.2 cent to an average of 142.8 nationwide.

Petrol and diesel prices show first fall since October

There has been some very slight relief at the pumps in recent weeks as the latest AA fuel price survey reveals that petrol and diesel prices both fell this month. Petrol dropped by 1.6 cent to an average of 151.3 cent per litre, while diesel fell more sharply, down 3.2 cent to an average of 142.8 nationwide.

On-line pothole petition attracts 9,500 signatures

An on-line pothole petition, launched at the end of March on aaireland.ie, has attracted more than 9,500 signatures from Irish motorists countrywide.

Taxi drivers working up to 80 hours a week to make ends meat

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.

Fuel hikes hitting motorists

Petrol and diesel prices have hit record highs this month with motorists being asked to pay price hikes well in excess of the budget tax increases. This is according to the AA director of policy Conor Faughnan. “You cannot leave a forecourt these days without feeling that you are being gouged,” Mr Faughnan said. “AA members have been contacting us in large numbers through the AA blog and by email, complaining bitterly about what looks to them like a rip off.

 

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