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Drive News Archive

World’s first contactless car vending machine launched in UK

Britain’s first contactless car vending machine was launched in London yesterday. The idea is to offer motorists a haggle-free way to purchase a brand-new car.

Land Rover breathing new life into older Defenders Eoin Cuttle

Land Rover Classic has introduced a range of upgrades for older Defender models which deliver enhanced performance and on-road agility inspired by the exclusive limited-edition

Scam targeting owners of Ford Transit vans

Gardai in Granard investigating an organised crime gang involved in the international sale and distribution of stolen machinery and vehicle engines and parts are alerting

Used car sales down 4.2 per cent year to date

Vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie has released the findings from the latest state of the market report in conjunction with BAC Auto Consulting. Used

CrushWatch has reunited over £672m worth of cars to rightful owners

Uninsured UK vehicles worth in excess of £672m have been saved from potentially being crushed in the last decade including Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Bentleys and Aston

Breen and Nagle clinch Irish Tarmac Rally Championship

Craig Breen and Paul Nagle scored their fifth win from six rounds of the Irish Tarmac Rally Championship at the weekend, to clinch the title

Gerry Gill Motors wins online marketing award

Gerry Gill Motors in Co. Roscommon have received an award for ‘Best Online Marketing in Connaught Q2’. The business is amongst the first set of

Schaeffler unveils ‘Day in the Life of a Workshop’ video series

Schaeffler REPXPERT, Alistair Mason, and Schaeffler Brand Ambassador, Andy Savva, have paid Oldfields Garage in Herefordshire a visit to learn more about a typical day

New Nissan Juke primed and ready for action

Selling over one million units since its debut appearance in 2010, the new Nissan Juke has been in the final stages of road testing, showing

Call for Councils to cut back foliage obscuring road signs

I was reading about requests on local authorities in the UK to tackle the present menace of road signs obscured by foliage after the spring/summer