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Irish drivers admit struggling to stay awake while driving

Driver fatigue, as a key contributor to deaths and serious injuries on Irish roads, is the theme of the Road Safety Authority’s (RSA) Annual Academic

CAB seizes 80 cars worth €2m in Tipperary

The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) has seized 80 cars worth around €2 million from a used car dealer in Co. Tipperary, as part of an

The auto aftermarket and the potential for disruption

Three major challenges in the automotive aftermarket have the potential to cause disruption, emphasises Frank Schlehuber, Senior Consultant Market Affairs for the European Association of

UK’s first EV forecourt set to open

The UK’s first electric vehicle forecourt is set to open this November. Located near Braintree in Essex, Gridserve’s EV forecourt will be the first of

Universal coolant does not exist

MPM International Oil Company says there is no such thing as a universal coolant, anymore.

Continental unveils shameful Nazi past in new report

Continental was founded in 1871 as a rubber manufacturer. Now heading for its 150th anniversary, the German auto parts and tyre manufacturer has unveiled research

The impact of Covid-19 on the automotive aftermarket

The continued effects of Covid-19 on the automotive industry are an all-encompassing, worldwide issue. To further support employee health and safety, several businesses have shifted