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Driving on the left – we’re right and everyone else is wrong

That fellow Napoleon has an awful lot to answer for. Not satisfied with conquering the whole of Europe he has left a legacy that divides us from the Continent and indeed from most of the world.

New rules for new drivers

New drivers will face new rules from next year. The Road Traffic Act that is currently in preparation will have a number of eye-catching provisions and the group most affected will be young people learning how to drive.

New rules for new drivers

New drivers will face new rules from next year. The Road Traffic Act that is currently in preparation will have a number of eye-catching provisions and the group most affected will be young people learning how to drive.

New rules for new drivers

New drivers will face new rules from next year. The Road Traffic Act that is currently in preparation will have a number of eye-catching provisions and the group most affected will be young people learning how to drive.

‘Hands-free’ phone use legal, but still a bad habit

If there is one fool proof way to drive another motorist mad it is to use a mobile phone. It really is one of those behaviours that seems to get right under people’s skin. You can see it every day. Stand on a roundabout in any Irish town and in minutes you will see examples of the ‘one armed bandits’ – phone in one hand and steering wheel in the other.

The return of traffic – don’t fall victim to road rage

Most of our schools will be back over the next week or so and that means an end to the holiday season and the return of commuting traffic. The towns and cities become much busier, the weather worsens and the impatience needle moves up the dial towards red.

The return of traffic – don’t fall victim to road rage

Most of our schools will be back over the next week or so and that means an end to the holiday season and the return of commuting traffic. The towns and cities become much busier, the weather worsens and the impatience needle moves up the dial towards red.

Students asked to prioritise road safety during exam celebrations

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar has appealed to Leaving and Junior Cert students to be road safety conscious at all times when celebrating the end of their exams.

Students asked to prioritise road safety during exam celebrations

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar has appealed to Leaving and Junior Cert students to be road safety conscious at all times when celebrating the end of their exams.

Think safer, slower, and sober on the roads this winter

Gardaí have appealed for all road users to be safety conscious and to advise family and friends accordingly in the lead up to Christmas.

 

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