Irish News Archive
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.
For those interested in exotic cars, there were lots of opportunities over the weekend in the south-west and west of Ireland to see some really serious vehicles, writes Brian Byrne.
Pitzone Tyre Repair & Garage Equipment is partnering with Go-Ahead Buses, supplying Bahco battery tools for the company’s workshops.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has warned that anyone living in Ireland who holds a UK (including Northern Ireland) driving licence must exchange it for an Irish driving licence, before October 31, 2019, in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal. If there is a no-deal Brexit, then after this date,
Automotive equipment specialists, Equipco Ireland Ltd. currently has the following HGV tailored equipment in stock, with competitive weekly payments available.
Premier Tyres & Accessories, has been appointed as the official distributor for Toyo car, van and 4×4 tyres in the Republic of Ireland.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) has teamed up with Athlone Training Centre to launch its first ever Tyre Technician Training Development Programme (TTTPD).
Bridgestone Ireland organised and sponsored a successful series of golf tournaments in recent months, including events in Belfast, Dublin, Cork and Laois featuring prestigious golf clubs such as Malone Golf Club, Monkstown Golf Club, The Hermitage Golf Club and The Heritage Golf Resort.
Philip White Tyres Ltd., has been appointed as an official distributor for Magna Tyres, the Dutch manufacturer of premium quality Off-The- Road (OTR), industrial, port handling, agri and truck tyres.
As the school holidays kick off, the thoughts of many families turn towards the precious annual holiday. For families that are planning a holiday with the car, either at home or abroad this summer, German tyre-maker, Continental Tyres is advising that some simple car checks before heading off, could save a lot of trouble. Here are
Motor Factor chain, Top Part is set to host a fundraiser for the Irish Cancer Society on July 10.