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300 stolen catalytic converters seized in Dublin

Gardaí yesterday seized 300 stolen catalytic converters during a search operation in Co. Dublin. A business premises in St. Margaret’s, Co. Dublin was searched under

Bosch adds accurate mileage check function to KTS 250

Bosch has added a new function to the compact Bosch KTS 250 which reads out any mileage data stored on a vehicle’s different control units,

It’s business as usual for the very rich

It seems that it’s very much business as usual for many of the very rich, and the pandemic appears to have been a mere inconvenience.

Grants for plug-in hybrids to be cut by 50pc

The Department of Transport is to cut the value of the purchase grant for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) from €5,000 to €2,500, effective July

Ford to stop making the Mondeo from 2022

Ford has today confirmed that it will stop production of the Mondeo from the end of March 2022. The automaker says this decision is the

Motor industry calls for ‘click & collect’ to recommence from April 5

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), along with industry leaders from retail, wholesale and vehicle distribution have re-emphasised that motor retail is ready

EV charging cable theft a growing concern

The increase in sales of plug-in hybrid and electric cars brings with it a new type of crime – the theft of car charging cables.

Hyundai Kona safety recall – EV battery replacement

Hyundai Motor is about to commence a major safety recall. It will involve the first mass battery pack replacement for electric vehicles, with circa 82,000

Is your workshop spring ready?

In the lead up to spring, Solera Autodata is predicting that there could be a perfect storm of factors that, if they align, could see

Gardaí seize 110 stolen catalytic converters in Meath

Gardaí have this morning seized stolen 110 catalytic converters and a large sum of cash during a search operation in Co. Meath.