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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.

EVs twice as expensive to service than petrol

Electric vehicles are more than twice as expensive to service and repair compared to petrol cars, according to a study by predictive analytics firm, We

Less vehicles being sold with finance outstanding

The number of vehicles for sale in Ireland with finance outstanding has dropped – but the risk of buying a car with money owed still

Fines totalling €229k handed out to 27 M50 toll dodgers

Twenty-seven motorists have been hit with fines totalling €229,000 after failing to turn up to court accused of M50 toll dodging.

Varta embracing OESAA opportunity

With a history going back more than a century, its batteries factory-fitted by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and trusted by millions of drivers globally

Two arrested in North Dublin over theft of catalytic converters

Two men were yesterday arrested in North Dublin in relation to ongoing investigations into the theft of catalytic converters.

TMD Friction supports fire stricken automotive college

TMD Friction, via its Mintex brand, has donated supplies to an automotive college in Somerset, England after it was left devastated by a fire in