Irish News Archive
After a very challenging two months for both our citizens and the economy, the first signs of optimism are starting to appear as Ireland cautiously
The battery experts at Varta are providing advice to workshops for the business re-start.
Somora Motor parts has introduced a new range of sanitising products, not only for automotive applications, but products that can also be used in many
Lockdown has changed the way of life for many people. Many are working from home and car usage has decreased. This means the cars will
Two British startups have announced plans to invest as much as £4bn in building the UK’s first large-scale battery factory. AMTE Power and Britishvolt have signed a
The 2020 New York International Auto Show, previously rescheduled for August, has now been called off.
Brake service means much more than just fitting a new set of pads. Best practice in the workshop means cleaning corroded discs and removing dirt
Volkswagen Ireland tells us that their dealerships are welcoming customers back to their showrooms, not only with comprehensive new safety initiatives but now with the introduction
A total of 126,001 vehicles were checked as part of National Slow Down Day, which ran between 7am on Friday last and 7am on Saturday morning. A
Four new customers at Tullamore Motors this week drove away in their fully-electric New Renault ZOE Z.E. 50, following the dealership’s reopening on Monday in line