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New Renault and Dacia dealer for South Tipperary

Renault Group Ireland has announced the appointment of Kevin O’Leary Clonmel as the new Renault and Dacia main dealership for South Tipperary.

EV demand risks increase in vessel fires, report says

The growing demand for electric vehicles risks causing a wave of fires on vessels, according to a new report from insurance firm Allianz.

MAM Software adds eVHC and damage inspection to TeamView app

MAM Software has announced the latest version of Autowork Online, its cloud-based garage management software which is designed to manage every aspect of running a

Carlow replacing old phone kiosks with rapid EV chargers

County Carlow is pioneering with the installation of the first of a national roll out of electric vehicle charging stations that will replace obsolete pay

VW ID.5 and Nissan Qashqai excel in highway assist

As part of its ongoing evaluation of assisted driving technology, Euro NCAP has tested the highway assistance systems offered on four recent cars. The Jaguar

Bright Hyundai donates €2k towards Darkness Into Light Swords

Bright Motor Group’s new Hyundai dealership, Bright Hyundai Airside, has supported Darkness Into Light Swords by donating €2,000 towards the event.

Aviva to use AI for motor claims in Northern Ireland

Insurance firm Aviva has signed an agreement with technology company Tractable to use its artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the efficiency and accuracy of motor

April EV sales over double on same month last year

More than twice the number of electric vehicles were sold in Ireland throughout April compared to the same month last year, according to new SIMI

New generation Volkswagen Amarok on the way

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will launch its next generation Amarok pick-up in Ireland later this year. It will be available with double cab and four doors

Alliance Automotive Group UK acquires two Northern Ireland motor factors

Alliance Automotive Group UK recently completed the acquisition of two well-known motor factors in Northern Ireland: MacAutoparts Ltd and Antrim Autoparts Ltd.