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We are temporarily suspending publishing in response to the growing impact of the Coronavirus. Effective from this Friday afternoon, March 20. It is expected that

Commercial Vehicle Show 2020 in Birmingham cancelled

As expected, the organisers the Commercial Vehicle Show 2020 have cancelled the annual event, which was due to take place at the NEC in Birmingham,

Nine handy hygiene tips for drivers

Motorists have been offered guidance for minimising health risks and maintaining good hygiene levels when driving cars and vans.

New Kia Sorento offers style, power and versatility

Although I published a picture previously, the new Kia Sorento was revealed for the first time this week. Kia boasts that it is powerful, progressive

New Skoda Octavia to go on sale here in June

Skoda Ireland boast that a better, more spacious, safer, more connected car will be launch here in June. It is the fourth generation of their

Rural dwellers most influenced by new drink driving laws

New research from Drinkaware, the national charity working to prevent and reduce alcohol misuse, shows that updated drink driving legislation is positively influencing driver behaviour

All-new Fiat 500 is all-electric break cover

The New Fiat 500, the first fully electric car from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), made its debut in a high spec. version last week. The

Cancellation of the SEAI Energy Show 2020

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has issued a statement. It reads: To date, SEAI has been monitoring and adhering to all relevant Government

All-new Honda Jazz on the way

Honda has released information for the all-new e:HEV hybrid powered Jazz and Jazz Crosstar models, the latest additions to Honda’s growing ‘e:Technology’ range of vehicles

Fewer than half of UK-based van drivers use handsfree

Here’s an interesting finding from a study carried out on 1,000 van drivers by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VCV) in the UK. Fewer than half of