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Volkswagen Group and TU Dublin team up on apprentice programme

Motor trade apprentices at Technological University Dublin have been treated to a brand new Audi TT for use as a training vehicle.

Experts recommend workshops brake check while tyre changing

The brake professionals from Otto Zimmermann GmbH in Germany want to increase the safety of drivers. They say this can easily be ensured by a

New device designed to prevent aquaplaning

Coventry University researchers are hoping to save lives through a new device they’ve developed claiming to prevent vehicles from aquaplaning and losing traction control due

SIMI hits out at proposed ‘regressive’ EV registration tax increases

Proposals to increase vehicle registration tax on electric vehicles have been described by the Society of Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) as “regressive”, saying it will

Schaeffler updates online catalogue

Schaeffler has updated the TecDoc driven online catalogue hosted on its aftermarket website – https://aftermarket.schaeffler.co.uk – to provide users with more functionality and easier access

Oil – where did it all go wrong?

I have always enjoyed the company of people who have a passion, whether it is an area I have a knowledge of or not, their

BMW eDrive Zones introduced in Ireland

BMW has for the first time in Ireland launched its eDrive Zone technology, a new digital service which it claims automates the process of switching

Biennual MOT testing proposed for Northern Ireland

Proposals to carry out MOT tests every two years in Northern Ireland have been put forward in a consultation by the Department for Infrastructure.

NGK urges garages to be prepared for September surge

Ignition and sensor specialist NGK is predicting a surge in demand for vehicle safety tests in September after many NCTs were deferred and more cars

Top Part donates €2k to Kerry Cancer Support Group

Top Part has made a donation of €2,000 to the Kerry Cancer Support Group.