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Toyota calls for nitrogen dioxide emissions tax

Toyota Ireland is calling on the Government to include nitrogen dioxide as part of vehicle registration tax in order to improve air quality in Ireland.

Diesel still the popular choice for Irish motorists

New research commissioned by Seat Ireland has revealed 50 per cent of the 495 Irish respondents would choose a diesel car, compared to just 32 per cent who would prefer a petrol car. This figure showcases how diesel cars are still very much front of mind for Irish motorists.

Auto industry believes Budget decision could backfire

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The decision in Budget 2019 to increase VRT on the registration of diesel has been “poorly considered”, according to the Society of the Irish Motorist Industry.

Auto industry considers ill judged Budget decision to increase VRT

The Society of the Irish Motorist Industry (SIMI) has said the decision in Budget 2019 to increase VRT on the registration of diesel cars has been “poorly considered”.

One in three motorists to explore electric options

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

­Toyota launches new diesel scrappage website

Toyota Ireland has launched a new website to help Irish customers see how much they could save by scrapping their diesel vehicle and making the move to a Toyota hybrid or petrol car.

Insurance costs still a key concern for Irish motorists

A new motoring survey has found one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.

Insurance costs still a key concern for Irish motorists

A new motoring survey has found that one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.

Insurance costs still a key concern for Irish motorists

A new motoring survey has found one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.

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