Category: Irish News
The tyre compliance scheme Circol ELT, in collaboration with NCT operator Applus, has established a mechanism to collect the Environmental Management Cost (EMC), for tyres on imported vehicles.
Dasos Michaelides, who has over 40 years of experience working within Northern Ireland’s automotive industry, has been appointed by Autotech Training as head of business development for Ireland.
New figures from An Garda Síochána show there was a rise in crimes such as vehicle thefts last year when compared to pre-pandemic levels.
After a three year layoff with the Covid shutdown, the 2022 Top Part West Coast Rally Championship proved to be very competitive with 85 crews signing up for the series.
As one of PCL’s first Partner+ distributors, Ballymena-based Fyfes is a prime example of what businesses can achieve through the pneumatic expert’s bespoke business programme.
The latest figures from SIMI have shown that there were 2,219 new electric vehicles registered in February compared to 1,614 in the same month last year, which is a 37.5 per cent increase.
The Tyrone pairing of Mark Donnelly and Stephen O’Hanlon took the top step of the podium as they guided their Ford Fiesta R5 home to victory
Bridgestone has for the first time become the official tyre partner of the 2023 EV Rally event across the UK and Ireland.
Co Kildare-based Patch Tyre Equipment has renewed its association with the Mondello Park run Junior MINI Challenge race series.
The number of uninsured private vehicles on Irish roads grew for the third year in a row, according to new research carried out by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI).
The Land Rover Defender Commercial has won the Irish Commercial SUV of the Year Award 2023 in association with Continental Tyres.