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Alternator and starter in hybrid vehicles

Cars with hybrid drives were introduced at the beginning of the 20th century. These were experimental units but they proved that the automotive industry could

Kelly and Mohan scoop maiden Junior BRC victory

In the hotly contested Junior British Rally Championship (BRC), it would be Irish drivers Eamonn Kelly and Conor Mohan who sealed the win with a

Keep offering a leading AC service with Nissens

As the air conditioning (AC) season reaches its peak, workshops will be working hard to provide their customers with an AC service that’s second to

AA advises on issue of damage caused by rodents to vehicles

The issue of rodents or other creatures finding a home in your engine bay was something that happened on very rare occasions here in Ireland,

MOT backlog could cause short-term workshop chaos and a new seasonal MOT curve

A huge rises in demand for MOTs in the UK this autumn is predicted. More than five million additional tests are due for annual renewal

Mass-coloured skid plates – a secret weapon to fight off scratches

The best ideas are often the simplest. This is probably one that the bodyshop sector and motor factors may not think so. To better deal

Majority of road deaths occur on Rural Roads in 2021

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána have today published a provisional review of progress in road safety up to 15 July, 2021.

Witness appeal – fatal road traffic collision in Dublin

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses following the fatal road traffic collision that occurred on the N7 at Rathcoole in Dublin yesterday, 8th July 2021. Gardaí

Beware: email scams warning

Criminals are sending scam emails in an attempt to trick you into transferring money to them. Examples of the types of emails include: • Emails

DPD rolls out new air quality monitoring project

DPD has announced Project BREATHE, an air quality monitoring programme focused on six of the UK’s largest cities.