Author: Padraic Deane
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.
Road safety and breakdown organisation in the UK GEM Motoring Assist recently urged drivers to be wise to the dangers of fatigue on journeys.
The new Mitsubishi L200 was named the category winner of the Irish Commercial SUV of the Year award for 2020, sponsored by Continental Tyres.
2019 saw a four per cent increase in road traffic fatalities with 148 deaths on the road, up seven on the same period in 2018.
With Christmas behind us for another year, it’s stark reading that despite the changes in the drink driving law, arrests for drink driving crept up again by 10 per cent in the past festive period.
There has been a very worrying increase in the number of drivers killed on Irish roads in 2019 compared to 2018 – up 25 lost souls from 56 to 81 (or an increase of 45 per cent).
You know it makes sense to wear high visibility clothing, carry torches and take appropriate precautions when using the roads.