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New mobile testing lab to tackle petrol stretching

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A new mobile testing laboratory is being launched in a bid to crack down on petrol stretching.

Testing of fuel tankers dropped during petrol stretching crisis

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It has emerged that the Revenue Commissioners took just 24 samples from fuel tankers across the entire country for the whole of 2014.

State lab prioritising petrol stretching tests

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The number of complaints of suspected petrol stretching in Mayo has almost doubled since the end of September with the Revenue Commissioners and gardaí now investigating 222 from this county alone.

Petrol stretching crisis - more than 500 engines now destroyed

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Petrol stretching is the lethal fuel contamination of petrol with kerosene. It has now destroyed or totally disabled over 500 petrol engined cars in recent weeks, with the cost of the damage now estimated to be in excess of €2,000,000.

Cost of motoring fell in the past year

The cost of motoring has fallen in the last year, according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office.

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.

The EU, and Ireland, gets it wrong on biofuels

The road to hell is paved with good intentions they say. There is a fine example of the law of unintended consequences in the recent history of biofuels in Europe.

The EU, and Ireland, gets it wrong on biofuels

The road to hell is paved with good intentions they say. There is a fine example of the law of unintended consequences in the recent history of biofuels in Europe.

The EU, and Ireland, gets it wrong on biofuels

The road to hell is paved with good intentions they say. There is a fine example of the law of unintended consequences in the recent history of biofuels in Europe.

 

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