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With road users becoming more 'green-minded' and an increase in electric cars on our routeways, CarsIreland.ie offer tips for taking a long-distance trip in the environmentally friendly vehicle.
It is an idea that could one day help save billions of litres of water. Instead of simply wiping raindrops off our car windscreens, why not collect and reuse the water via the washer jets?
New statistics from Allianz Insurance reveals that 5,061 windscreen and body glass claims were made in 2016. The vast majority (86 per cent) of claims were made for windscreen damage, while nine per cent were for body glass and a small portion (four per cent) of claims were based on rear glass damage.
With wet weather continuing to engulf the UK and Ireland, the Institute of Advanced Motorists’ (IAM) director of standards, Mark Lewis, looks at how drivers can best prepare for driving in heavy rain.
With winter on its way, Motor Codes, the British government-approved consumer watchdog for the automotive industry, is urging motorists to ‘winter-proof’ their cars. Its online winter driving tips will help drivers here to also ensure their vehicles are prepared for winter driving conditions, and help avoid expensive repairs.
Castlebar Motor Factors is your local stockists in car parts and accessories for more than 20 years in Castlebar. They have a full range of car parts in stock and if it’s not there today, we will have it for you tomorrow, always there for you the customer.
With summer having arrived, the Institute of Advanced Motorists is advising motorists on ways to prepare their cars for the summer driving season.
The Kia Naimo electric concept car with unique innovative modern features made its world premiere at the recent Seoul Motor Show.
Before the winter takes hold take some time to maintain your car. Don’t wait for winter to have your battery, belts, hoses, radiator, oil, lights, brakes, tyres, exhaust system, heater/defroster, wipers, and ignition system checked. Sasha Auto has everything you need.
A 24-year-old Mullingar man was fined €500 for a criminal damage offence, by Judge John Neilan at the local court last week.