Somora Motor Parts this month held its new special Yuasa battery training sessions throughout Ireland.
A British company has utilised innovative technology, capable of detecting very low levels of toxic particulates emitted from diesel cars, well below the limits used by the existing MOT test in the UK.
An imminent report from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) in India is poised to cause disruption for waste tyre collectors in Ireland who are reliant on the Indian market for waste tyre export.
With just over one month to go before the UK is due to leave the EU, the European automotive industry today made a united call for the UK and the EU to avoid a ‘no deal’ Brexit. The lead organisations representing vehicle and parts manufacturers across the EU, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) and
Jimmy McRae will be contesting the two-day WRGB National Rally in Wales on October 4-5 in an historic Porsche 911.
Minister Richard Bruton announced on Monday funding to support the rollout by local authorities of up to 1,000 on-street public charge points for electric vehicles over the next five years. His Department claims that this new scheme will support the widespread roll out of electric vehicles.
Toyota Land Cruiser has been selected as the vehicle of choice for the Irish Defence Forces for the next four years. The Defence Forces have confirmed an order for 280 new Toyota Land Cruisers, with first vehicles arriving in late 2019. Land Cruiser which is synonymous with toughness and the ability to perform in some
RecruitAuto.ie welcomes the latest update on the Irish labour market in an excerpt from the latest Motor Industry Review. The report by economist Jim Power for the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has today issued their Quarterly Motor Industry Review Q2 of 2019 composed by Economist Jim Power. It makes for stark reading, despite the economy performing strongly, the environment for new car sales continues to remain very challenging.
Michelin’s latest tyre and wheel safety technology has helped secure a major new five-year deal with a UK bus operator Trentbarton. The ‘EffiTires’ contract will see Michelin supply, fit and manage tyres across trentbarton’s 463-strong fleet, which operates more than 40 services throughout the English East Midlands. The bus company has returned to Michelin following
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) today issued a plea to the UK’s next prime minister to secure a favourable Brexit deal as his number one priority on taking office.