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Almost a third of motorists would illegally scrap their car

Almost a third (32pc) of motorists would take a scrap price offer for their car or small van rather than legally ending responsibility for it.

Shell converts its London service station into EV charging hub

Shell has opened its first electric vehicle charging hub in the UK, where petrol and diesel pumps at an existing fuel station in Fulham, London

First Line introduced over 550 new parts in 2021

First Line Ltd. last year introduced 568 new references to its popular First Line, Borg & Beck and Key Parts product ranges.

EV makers setting new world records

Porsche has set a new Guinness World Record, with its Taycan Cross Turismo achieving the greatest altitude change ever by an EV. The five kilometre

Delphi training courses now earn industry-recognised credits

Delphi Technologies says it is giving garages and technicians the opportunity to start the new year with a host of new skills and up-to-the-minute

Number of TecDoc ‘Premier Data Supplier’ increases

A total of 165 leading parts manufacturers in the automotive aftermarket were awarded the title of ‘Premier Data Supplier’ by TecAlliance during its most recent

Comline launches stabiliser link guide for technicians

Comline Auto Parts has demonstrated its knowledge and desire to share that expertise with technicians by launching a new campaign designed to highlight the intricate

AS-PL adds alternator for Skoda, VW and Seat models

AS-PL has added a new alternator (A0480S) to its range, which is suited for use in popular Skoda, VW, Seat and Audi models.

Motul looks to greener mobility with new partnership

Motul has agreed a new multi-year partnership with GCK Motorsport, the sport and media flagship of Green Corp Konnection (GCK).

Auto Trade EXPO 2022 opens for Free Registration

Those of you familiar with the hugely successful Auto Trade EXPOs in Dublin over the last decade, will be delighted to know that the Auto