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30pc of all new cars on Irish roads are automatics

30 per cent of all new cars on Irish roads are now automatics. That’s according to new research on trends in the new car sales

Joe Duffy Group opens new Porsche Centre Dublin

The Joe Duffy Group has officially opened its newly relocated purpose built Porsche Centre Dublin in Charlestown, located just off Exit 5 on the M50.

Comline ‘Part of the Month’ features brake pads for Opel Insignia

Comline continues its ‘Part of the Month’ video series with a new bite-sized clip bringing to life references CBP32371 and CBP32384, front and rear brake

Electronomous reports on sharp shift towards Electric Vehicles

The International Car Tech and Mobility Summit organisers Electronomous and Mobility X report on a sharp consumer shift towards Electric Vehicles (EVs) and a healthy

Diesel still the popular choice for Irish motorists

New research commissioned by Seat Ireland has revealed that the majority (50 per cent) of the 495 Irish respondents would choose a diesel car, compared

World experts to speak at Electronomous

Electronomous, in partnership with Mobility X, has revealed the latest instalment of the upcoming international car tech and mobility summit from May 2-3. Irish-German Hollywood

Irish motorists still unsure about autonomous vehicles

According to new research from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, 28 per cent of the 2,014 Irish adults surveyed think that autonomous vehicles will be accessible in similar

Inland Fisheries Ireland switches to green fleet

Inland Fisheries Ireland has launched its electric fleet of cars with a view to achieving a 24 per cent reduction in the Co2 emissions from

What will your local service station look like in the future?

Your local service station could look a whole lot different in the future as British energy solutions company, Gridserve, along with partners, are set to

FTAI welcomes Brexit delay

The extension of the UK’s departure date from the EU is a welcome relief for Ireland’s logistics businesses, according to FTA Ireland (FTAI), the association