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Cars to make emergency calls by 2015

The European Commission has adopted two proposals to ensure that, by October 2015, cars will automatically call emergency services in the case of a serious

Glow Plug winter stocking incentive from Denso

During June and July, Denso, is offering customers the chance to take advantage of a special Glow Plug incentive, designed to secure much needed stock

Petrol Cars in position for comeback

Irish new car buyers may, contrary to popular belief could be financially better off opting for a petrol-powered car in preference to a diesel and

Thermostats represent profit opportunity

If you think that thermostats are low priced, low margin part, then think again! Today’s vehicles have sophisticated thermostats that, in many cases, are controlled

Slight fall in fuel prices

The average price of petrol and diesel both fell slightly at the pumps in the last month according to the latest survey of prices from

Cost of motoring falls

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the cost of motoring has fallen in the last year.

Lorry driver gets £220,000 after fatal collision

A lorry driver in the UK who developed post-traumatic stress disorder after being involved in a fatal collision has received £220,000 in an out of court

Finol goes mobile

Finol Oils has launched a mobile version of its website, www.finol.ie, which has been optimised for use with Smartphones or Tablets.

Toyota takes to Twitter

Toyota is taking to Twitter to reveal the principles and processes it uses to build cars at its UK plant in a world-first social media

Free workshop on Type Approval in Cookstown

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders will host a free Type Approval workshop in Cookstown, Co. Tyrone on Thursday, June 27.