Irish News Archive

Less cars with ‘money owed’ for sale, but buyers should remain cautious

There are less cars for sale in Ireland with ‘money owed’, but the risk of buying one still remains high. The latest report from vehicle

Pitzone confirmed for Auto Trade EXPO 2022

Pitzone has confirmed its participation at this year’s Auto Trade EXPO, which will take place at this Dublin’s Citywest Exhibition Centre, May 7-8.

Bright Motor Group donates €5k to East Wall primary school

Bright Motor Group has supported the East Wall community in North Dublin by donating €5,000 to St. Joseph’s Co-ed. Primary School.

Increased fine for motorists who park on footpaths

Fines for motorists caught parking on footpaths and in bus lanes and cycle tracks will double from €40 to €80. The new €80 fixed charge

New Ford Mustang Mach-E for Lord Mayor of Cork

The Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Colm Kelleher has been presented with the 2022 Lord Mayoral car, a fully-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E Standard Range AWD,

EV sales double in 2021

The number of electric vehicles registered in Ireland last year was more than double that of 2020, according to new data from the Society of

Enterprise completes acquisition of Walker Vehicle Rentals

Enterprise Holdings in Ireland has completed the acquisition of Dublin-headquartered Walker Vehicle Rentals following approval from regulatory authorities in the Republic of Ireland and Northern

133 road deaths in Ireland last year

A total of 133 people died in 120 fatal road collisions in Ireland in 2021, a decrease of nine per cent on the 146 deaths

Midland Suzuki now open for business in Mullingar

Suzuki Cars Ireland has announced Midland Suzuki as main dealer for the Westmeath area, providing a full vehicle range and aftersales service.

‘Be Safe, Be Seen’ on shortest day of the year

Ahead of ‘National Be Safe Be Seen Day’, Tuesday December 21, the shortest day of the year, the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda