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Applying for a driving licence

Applying for a driving licence or learner permit is a fairly straightforward process.

As winter weather blows in, drivers need to adapt their driving…

A survey of Irish drivers, conducted by German premium tyre manufacturer Continental Tyres, shows that one third (30 percent) of drivers here are either somewhat nervous or very nervous when driving in the rain.

Almost 50% of drivers believe ‘accompanied driver rule’ should be scrapped -Aviva

Almost half of drivers (49%) believe that the accompanied driver rule should be scrapped for learner drivers, with one in four (25%) of them saying that this rule should be scrapped altogether.

Driving for work - summer safety tips

With the arrival of summer, roads become busier with bicycles, motorcycles, caravans, agricultural vehicles, visiting tourists, and increased traffic congestion. It is crucial to exercise extra caution and vigilance, particularly during school holidays when more children are present, as their actions may be unpredictable due to their limited awareness of vehicle-related dangers.

Kia EV9 SUV on the way before the year's end

The Kia EV9 will go on sale here in November. It will be Kia's first three-row fully-electric SUV and new flagship model.

Bold new Kia EV9 to take on some big SUV names

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The imposing and boldly styled new Kia EV9, its first three-row electric flagship SUV. Kia describes it as offering sophisticated elegance inside and out. It will use the marketing line ‘Here to reshape the way we move.’ when it launches the new model. It will go on sale here in Ireland late this year.

Applying for licences

Applying for a driving licence or learner permit is a fairly straightforward process.

Dangerous overtaking the most disliked driving habit, People Insurance survey reveals

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Dangerous overtaking is the most disliked driving habit among people in Ireland, according to a recent survey conducted by Peopl Insurance.

Traffic disruption and roadworks in Mayo


Advocates welcome promise of 30 km speed limits outside schools

Community advocates for safer streets are pleased that a majority of Galway city councillors voted to include 30 km per hour speed limits outside city schools as part of the city’s speed limit review at Monday’s council meeting, and that the Executive promised a full review of speed limits of all city and suburban roads by 2024.


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