Leaving the primary and crucial consideration of safety aside for a minute, If you labour under the misconception of thinking buying part worn is cheaper than buying new, you need to think again. Here are the reasons why this is certainly not usually the case.
The new Taoiseach Micheál Martin named his cabinet last Saturday. Here are some of the names and portfolios that may concern the wider auto and transport industries.
The last act of the now former Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) on Saturday morning last was to confirm that the driver testing service will restart on a gradual basis during Phase 3 of the road map for easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
Goodyear has launched a tracker app to help fleets to accurately measure the condition of their vehicles’ tyres and reduce downtime.
Let’s face it, if garages can be open for service and repair business, what possible excuse is there for our National Car Test Service centres not being reopened? It’s makes no sense that the National Public Health Emergency Team would recommend one could open and not the other. The Government has also allowed the Commercial
As expected, the organisers the Commercial Vehicle Show 2020 have cancelled the annual event, which was due to take place at the NEC in Birmingham, from April 28-30.
Motorists have been offered guidance for minimising health risks and maintaining good hygiene levels when driving cars and vans.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has today published its latest hazardous waste (including lead-acid batteries) figures for Ireland.
Here is a clear warning of changes on the way for the tyre and brake manufacturers as they are identified as the biggest source of non-exhaust pollutant emissions from new vehicles.
RecruitAuto.ie welcomes the news that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from five per cent in the third quarter of 2019 to 4.7 per cent in the fourth quarter.
The Central Bank says that the Irish economy will continue to grow strongly this year at a rate of 4.8 per cent. However, it also states that our economy is close to full capacity.