Category: Irish News
Members of An Garda Síochána recently stopped the driver of this vehicle and trailer, after they detected it had no tax.
Ireland has this week entered Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions, which has forced many businesses to close for an extended period for the second time this year.
Alan Fahy fired a closing three-under par 69 to take the chequered flag in this year’s Bridgestone Order of Merit as the AIG Irish Close Championship brought the curtain down on the 2020 season.
Members of An Garda Síochána, in conjunction with the Road Safety Authority (RSA), recently conducted checkpoints in the north Kildare area, where several heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) were examined.
The National Car Testing (NCT) Service is to continue to operate during Level 5 restrictions, which come into effect from midnight Wednesday.
Euro Tyre Sales introduced the Triangle brand to Ireland back in 2003. The brand has been on a steady growth trajectory in Ireland ever since, writes John Loughran.
Gardaí in Co Kerry recently stopped the driver of a car with two bald tyres, after they observed the motorist driving erratically in the Tralee area.
Tax rises on fuel and on high-emission cars are part of a major overhaul of the tax regime for motorists introduced today in Budget 2021.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA), An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority (RSA), have teamed up for ‘tyre safety day’ today, October 7, during Irish Road Safety Week, to remind all road users to check their tyres.
First Stop has launched its new E-commerce website in Ireland. Carryduff Tyres, situated outside Belfast, has become the first dealer on the island or Ireland to be included on the new website.
Lee Hulme has been appointed Michelin’s UK distribution channel and programme manager, in a significant new role overseeing the manufacturer’s four accredited dealer networks for the motorcycle, car, agricultural and commercial vehicle sectors.