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The average cost of running a family car for a year is €10,593.26 according to the AA’s annual survey of motoring costs. According to calculations, the total is a decrease of €98.11 on the same figure for last year.
With the fine weather we are experiencing at the moment, farmers are busy spreading slurry and Mayo County Council Road Safety Officer, Noel Gibbons, has appealed to road users to exercise "tolerance" if they are caught behind farm machinery in the coming weeks and to "give farmers a break".
Vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie reports the buyer of a new private vehicle in Ireland is now purchasing spending more than €30,000 on average, for the first time since Cartell started recording these statistics.
The bi-annual report which examines trends in the Irish motoring market finds that 61 per cent of motorists say their running costs have increased in the last 12 months, with 29 per cent stating they spend upwards of €250 per month on keeping their vehicle on the road.
Motorists who fail to shop around at the time of their car insurance renewal could be missing out on an opportunity to lower their premiums.
Vehicle data expert, Cartell.ie reports that the proportion of vehicles offered for sale (across all years) with finance outstanding is 14.3 per cent, up from 12.5 per cent in July last year and 11.5 per cent in January, 2017.
The number of motor insurance claims relating to uninsured or untraced drivers recorded in Westmeath increased last year, according to new figures released by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI). Some 45 such claims were made in Westmeath in 2017, up 10 per cent from 2016.
The decision to enter the property market serves as the main factor in Irish people’s decision to purchase life insurance and/or mortgage protection recent research from AA Ireland has found.
Insurance premiums remain the number one financial concern for Irish motorists according to the latest Motoring Report from car buying experts Carzone. Fuel was the second biggest concern, followed by motor tax.
One in 10 motorists do not have breakdown cover for their vehicle – which potentially equates to 203,826 vehicles on Irish road - according to research carried out by motoring services specialist Easytrip.