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Travel customers being conned by online booking engines warns MEP

Travel websites are storing details of searches from individual computers to deduce how interested a consumer is in a particular flight or car rental.

Europcar to open new Galway branch

Europcar, Europe’s largest car rental company, is poised to create 50 jobs with the opening of two new branches in Ireland, including one in Galway.

Check out travel costs before going on holiday

Ireland ranks in the top 10 most expensive fuel regions in Europe and internationally but many popular tourist destinations are also severely affected by rising fuel prices, according to Conor Faughnan of the AA. As people’s attention turns to holidays abroad at this time of year, the AA is consequently advising those travelling to be aware of costs.

Survey highlights rising costs of car hire abroad

With the peak summer holiday time fast approaching, a timely recent survey conducted by AA Travel Insurance found that 12 per cent of motorists have reported an increase in the cost of car hire this year.

Survey highlights rising costs of car hire abroad

With the peak summer holiday time fast approaching, a timely recent survey conducted by AA Travel Insurance found that 12 per cent of motorists have reported an increase in the cost of car hire this year.

A boost for new car market

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The motor industry is now in a far stronger position than it was this time last year, according to recently released figures for new car registrations.

A boost for new car market

The motor industry is now in a far stronger position than it was this time last year, according to recently released figures for new car registrations.

New car market is up 38 percent after first quarter

According to official industry figures for new cars registered in March 2010, they are up 78 per cent on March 2009, from 7,764 to 13,813.

New car market is up 38 per cent after first quarter

According to official industry figures, 13,813 new cars were registered in March 2010, up 78 per cent on March 2009 (7,764).

Casey’s closes with the loss of up to 70 jobs

The harsh reality of the current economic climate was played out in public last Monday night in Castlebar as a number of car transporter trucks rolled into Casey’s Castlebar to load up cars to be taken away by creditors of the now-closed car dealership. Earlier that evening staff had been informed of the closure of the business following the decision by creditors to seek the High Court appointment of a provisional liquidator for the business, which had premises in Ballina and Castlebar as well as a car rental business at Ireland Airport West Knock.

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