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Buying a used car in January? Watch out for the tyres says Continental

In the current economic environment, many Irish car buyers are opting for used cars rather than new models. However for the January 2010 buying period, Continental Tyres is advising prospective buyers to keep an eye on the tyres on second hand cars as they can seriously affect the safety of the car. Tyres in poor condition, for example, can suggest a general neglect of the car over its previous life.

C&L appointed as Ceccato distributor

Galway company C&L Industrial has recently been appointed as a distributor of the renowned Ceccato (formerly Aircosse) range of oil lubricated piston compressors. The product range, original spare parts as well as a professional back-up service are now available from C&L’s network of national sales and service centres.

Free fuel vouchers with Michelin tyres

Fuel will always be a large part of a vehicle’s running costs and even more so now fuel prices are starting to creep back up. To help with this Michelin is offering €40 in fuel vouchers to customers buying a set of four of its car, van, or 4x4 tyres.

Spacious country living in Baylin

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This family home, located in a vibrant rural community on the outskirts of Athlone, presents an exquisite blend of country living and modern design.

In Car Technology supplies the latest range of vehicle accessories

In Car Technology, established in 1997, continues to serve the growing need within the motor industry for skilled installation of the increasingly complex range of electronic accessories in today’s cars, vans. and trucks.

In Car Technology supplies the latest range of vehicle accessories

In Car Technology, established in 1997, continues to serve the growing need within the motor industry for skilled installation of the increasingly complex range of electronic accessories in today’s cars, vans. and trucks.

Ireland is one of the worst European countries for tyre safety

An alarming 56 per cent of drivers in Ireland are driving with dangerous or very dangerously under-inflated tyres, according to the results of Michelin’s 2009 Fill Up With Air campaign.

Ireland is one of the worst European countries for tyre safety

An alarming 56 per cent of drivers in Ireland are driving with dangerous or very dangerously under-inflated tyres, according to the results of Michelin’s 2009 Fill Up With Air campaign.

Best advice for driving in snow or icy conditions

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is warning road users to be extra alert and that greater levels of observation, anticipation, and concentration are required when driving in snow or icy conditions.

Tips on how to reduce the risk of frozen pipes

Due to the prolonged cold spell with sub zero temperatures there have been dealing with public queries regarding frozen pipes. Here are some tips on how to decrease the risk of pipes becoming frozen.

 

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