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Motorists get tyre pressure penalty point warning

Irish motorists are being warned they would now be liable to incur points on their licence if their tyres are either under or overinflated.

Be safe - leave your headlights on all day

A leading tyre manufacturer is advising motorists not to wait until darkness to turn on their lights.

Do not wait for the dark, leave your lights on all day

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A tyre manufacturer is advising motorists not to wait until darkness to turn on their lights.

Is your car in top form and ready for the holidays?

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With the school holidays starting tomorrow, the thoughts of many families turn towards the precious annual holiday. For families planning a holiday with the car, either at home or abroad, some simple advisable car checks before heading off could save a lot of trouble.

Drive with your lights on all day

The old adage about pedestrian safety - Be Safe, Be Seen! - is as true for motorists as it is for pedestrians. With the winter solstice falling only last week (December 21), it means that daylight time starts to get slightly longer each day.

Motorists with bad tyres risking lives of all road users

An analysis of tyres replaced at a number of branches of nationwide tyre retailer and car maintenance provider, Advance Pitstop, has shown that a high number of vehicles on our roads are driving on seriously dangerous or defective tyres.

Motorists with bad tyres risking lives of all road users

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An analysis of tyres replaced at a number of branches of nationwide tyre retailer and car maintenance provider, Advance Pitstop, has shown a high number of vehicles on our roads are driving on seriously dangerous or defective tyres.

Mobile phone use is most hated of driver bad habits

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A survey of Irish motorists carried out by tyre manufacturer Continental shows that other drivers’ use of a hand-held mobile phone while behind the wheel is the single most annoying bad habit on the road.

Mobile phone is most hated of driver bad habits

The other most annoying habits that irked respondents included: Overtaking illegally or dangerously (47.7 per cent); driving too slowly (44.1 per cent); not indicating or generally bad lane use (43.2 per cent); and breaking the speed limit (40 per cent).

 

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