Irish News Archive
This year, for the first time ever, Autoinform Live will be coming to Ireland from April 27-28 making its industry-leading, hands-on training sessions accessible to garage owners and technicians in even more locations.
According to the latest Carzone Motoring Report, 50 per cent of the 1,600 Irish motorists surveyed plan to purchase a car under two years old and based on data from previous years and monitoring traffic visiting the site and apps, Carzone claims that Monday, January 21 is the day when Irish motorists are most likely
GT Exhausts, the leading OE and Aftermarket manufacturer of exhaust and emission systems has added a number of part numbers to its ever-expanding range.
Tyreshop equipment specialists PJ Fallon & Son is getting ready for the predicted cold-snap with a range of SIP space heaters at great value for money prices.
Official statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that the total new car registrations in the Republic of Ireland for 2018 finished at 125,557, 4.4 per cent down on 2017 (131,332).
Nissan Ireland has called on the Government to ban used car imports from the UK, where registration pre-dates 2014 rather than imposing a new carbon tax on householders.
Tyre and Garage Equipment specialists Techplus is holding a “Flash Sale” on a hoast of products on its website www.Techplus.ie.
European Exhaust and Catalyst (EEC) has added seven new part numbers to its range covering both DPF and Exhaust applications.
At the annual CES show in Las Vegas, Toyota revealed a new automated safety system, Toyota Guardian, developed by the Toyota Research Institute.
Vehicle data expert, Cartell.ie reports today (January 9) that the proportion of vehicles offered for sale across all years with finance outstanding is at 16.61 per cent – back to the highest levels Cartell.ie says it has ever recorded.