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Mercedes-Benz introduces new range of parts for older vehicles

Mercedes-Benz has introduced a new range of maintenance and wear & tear parts for its passenger car range called Mercedes-Benz StarParts.

MechanExpert Roadshow returns in May

The MechanExpert roadshow is returning to a town near you in the coming months after a hiatus for the last two years as a result

Mercedes-Benz to accept liability for crashes caused by its autonomous tech

Mercedes-Benz has said that it will accept legal responsibility for collisions that occur in cars fitted with an ‘L3’ Automated Lane Keeping System, when directly

Retailer opportunities on offer in Ireland for new all electric car brand

AutoTrade.ie has learned of the arrival of a new car manufacturer that will launch in the Republic of Ireland in the second-half of this year.

In-person hybrid and electric vehicle training from ELVES returns

The in-person Electric ELVES hybrid and electric vehicle training programme was this month met with a welcome return, as ELVES delivered training at Plunket College

Most drivers think car headlights are too bright, study says

Almost a quarter of drivers claim they are regularly dazzled by oncoming car headlights, while nearly 90 per cent think some or most car headlights

Open evening highlights workshop opportunities from automatic gearboxes

A group of motor trade professionals recently took part in an open evening and skills gap analysis discussion at Cavan Institute, surrounding the topic of

Laser Tools talks EV repairs and servicing

With increasing numbers of electric vehicles on the road requiring maintenance, garage owners are keen to access this new market

Electrifying Ireland’s vehicle fleet a ‘huge challenge’, new report says

A key environmental policy to have almost a million electric vehicles on Irish roads by 2030 will be a “huge challenge” unless the Government incentivises

Portable EV charger could be a game changer

A new portable electric vehicle charger has been announced by UK firm ZipCharge, which it claims will allow EV owners to charge their cars or