Three major challenges in the automotive aftermarket have the potential to cause disruption, emphasises Frank Schlehuber, Senior Consultant Market Affairs for the European Association of
We can be driving to a destination, minding our own business when out of nowhere there’s the sound of sirens. We tend to have to
Drivers interchanging between between driving cars and vans are warned to pay heed to the differences in being behind the wheel in both. Ensuring drivers
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána are advising drivers to take extra care when using the roads now that national and secondary
Gates has investigated the cause of premature timing belt failure in the Synchronous Belt Drive System (SBDS) for number of Ford, Peugeot and Citroen models
Since the Covid-19 lockdown, public transport and sharing services in particular have lost users, while at the same time the car is celebrating its return
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The deaths on Irish roads over the August Bank Holiday weekend were saddening, with four fatalities and ten serious injuries. Assistant Commissioner Paula Hilman, Roads
The connectivity functions in modern vehicles bring a host of benefits, but can also pose a risk in terms of tampering and unauthorised access to data.
The UK’s best new electric (EV) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) cars for every budget have been revealed at the inaugural What Car? Electric Car Awards.