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Are you the type of person who subscribes to the belief that “variety is the spice of life”? If your next helping of variety involves a move from Galway to Belfast then you’ve come to the right place.
More than 60 per cent of Irish people have had their vehicles or bicycles damaged as a result of striking a pothole, according to recent research.
Over 60 percent of Irish people have had their chosen mode of transport damaged as a result of striking a pothole according to recent research.
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.
FEET PLACED firmly in a pair of high heels, armed with a six-string acoustic guitar and a host of comedy songs, all wrapped in a sequinned dress, it can only be The Nualas, back in the ring for another swing, and ready to deliver a Glam Slam!
New research by Liberty Insurance suggests nearly three in four Irish drivers (74 per cent) do not feel confident when driving in poor weather conditions.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy has highlighted the fact that people in Roscommon and Athlone are subjected to some of the longest waiting times for driving tests in the country, with some waiting more than four months .
Almost 40 per cent of motorists have considered sacrificing their comprehensive cover in favour of a third party or third party, fire, and theft policy as a result of rising insurance costs, according to research undertaken by AA Motor Insurance.
A public meeting on the rising cost of car insurance, organised by People Before Profit Galway, will be held at 8pm this evening in the Western Hotel on Prospect Hill.
The outlook for the motor industry is positive according to the latest motoring report from car buying experts Carzone. The bi-annual index which examines trends in the Irish motoring market, finds that 52 per cent of Westmeath people plan to buy a car in the next year. The Carzone Motoring Report is compiled by analysing data from the 108 million searches carried out on Carzone in the first 10 months of the year, as well as an in-depth survey of 1,610 Irish motorists nationwide.