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Fiat Ireland official car partner of Dalkey Book Festival

Fiat Ireland has been named as the official car partner of the Dalkey Book Festival, which takes place from 16th–19th June. David McWilliams, economist, writer,

Pitzone confirmed for Auto Trade EXPO 2022

Pitzone has confirmed it will be exhibiting at this year’s Auto Trade EXPO, which takes place from October 15-16 at the RDS Simmonscourt in Dublin.

Classic car restorations on show in Waterford

A public showcase of some of the finest classic and vintage vehicles is set to take place in July at the Waterford Training Centre.

Finlay Motor Group gets solar approved export connection to the grid

Finlay Motor Group, the Ford dealership based in Naas, Co. Kildare, in partnership with Pinergy SolarElectric, has become one of the country’s first commercial sites

SEAI supporting the sale of electric vehicles

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has been supporting the sale of electric vehicles since 2011 with over 32,000 EV grants provided to date.

Surge in level crossing incidents involving road users

There has been a significant surge in incidents at level crossings involving road users so far this year, according to Iarnród Éireann. Year-to-date there have

Top Part confirmed for Auto Trade EXPO

Top Part Motor Factors has confirmed that it will be exhibiting at this year’s Auto Trade EXPO, which takes place from October 15-16 at the

Three new Renault dealers in South Tipperary, Wicklow and Dublin West

Renault Group Ireland has announced the opening of three new dealerships in Dublin, Wicklow and South Tipperary, bringing the number of Renault and Dacia dealerships

Vanparts.ie to exhibit at Auto Trade EXPO

Vanparts.ie has confirmed it will be exhibiting at this year’s Auto Trade EXPO, which takes place from October 15-16 at the RDS Simmonscourt in Dublin.

Seven road deaths over June bank holiday weekend

Seven people lost their lives on Irish roads across the June bank holiday weekend. It brings to 77 the total number of people to die