Firestone, the iconic tyre brand renowned for its durable and reliable products, has today launched the next generation of its flagship winter tyre line: the Firestone Winterhawk 4. Designed for passenger cars and on road SUVs, the Firestone Winterhawk 4 is a robust winter tyre offering excellent performance in all winter weather conditions, and all
Irish consumers are deeply confused about the environmental impact of their motor vehicle and wider car options available to them, with almost eight out of 10 people also saying the government’s proposed 2030 ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars is unachievable.
Michelin has launched its new Agilis 3 summer tyre for light commercial vehicles, bringing peace of mind to operators looking to optimise their costs and reduce their environmental footprint, without compromising on safety.
The Prometeon Tyre Group is donating one euro for each tyre sold in Europe in May to the International Committee of the Red Cross’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation will strengthen its humanitarian projects aimed at supporting the people who are directly exposed to the economic and health emergency.
FreshLinc Group – one of the UK’s biggest logistics firms, with a combined fleet of approximately 400 commercial vehicles – is now running exclusively on Michelin tyres after moving its entire bulk transport fleet onto its existing tyre management contract with the manufacturer.
Ahead of the partial relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions, Continental Tyres Ireland and its network of 28 BestDrive tyre and car servicing outlets (formerly Advance Pitstop) are advising motorists to take a few precautions before jumping straight back into the car.
Bridgestone is partnering with Italian game developer, Milestone, on the latest installment of the popular RIDE videogame series, RIDE 4. RIDE 4, the ultimate competitive gaming experience for two wheel enthusiasts, will launch worldwide on October 8th 2020 on Playstation 4, XBOX One and PC.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána have renewed their appeal for road users to take extra care when using the roads, as provisional collision figures for 2020 show that there has been a 17% increase in the number of fatal crashes and a 9% increase in road deaths compared to last year.