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easytrip renews Blood Bikes support

Ireland’s only electronic parking and tolling tag provider, easytrip has renewed its support of not-for-profit charity Blood Bikes to cover its toll charges for the

Fiat Chrysler proposes 50-50 merger with Renault

One story dominates the auto news worldwide this morning. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has made a merger proposal to Renault. FCA confirms sending the proposed

New Opel Corsa will have fully electric version

Hot on the heals of news that Opel will launch the new Grandland X PHEV, their first plug-in hybrid later this year (costing under €37,000

Ferrari claims fourth consecutive top engine award

The Ferrari 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 has once again been crowned overall winner of the coveted International Engine + Powertrain of the Year award, becoming the

Nissan adds new compact van to LCV line-up

Nissan has added a new compact van – the NV250 – to its light commercial vehicle line-up. The model offers multiple engine and interior configurations,

New low viscosity lubricants added to Texaco Havoline range

Chevron Lubricants has presented two new formulated low viscosity lubricants, under its Texaco Havoline brand, to audiences at Autopromotec in Bologna. Texaco – a Chevron

Techplus rotary lifts for Monaghan Brothers Fermanagh

Monaghan Brothers Fermanagh recently had four DS35 Rotary scissor lifts installed by Techplus Ltd’s GEA Accredited Engineers For more information contact Techplus on 01 404

Aftermarket to benefit from exclusive Automechanika Birmingham deals and savings

The biggest savings on tools and garage equipment from over 500 exhibitors will be exclusively available at next month’s Automechanika Birmingham 2019. Simply by attending

Skoda Ireland 2019 Trainee Programme returns

Skoda Ireland’s 2019 Trainee Programme will open to applicants from June with over 30 new roles across the Skoda Ireland Network up for grabs. The

‘National Slow Down Day’ underway for next 24 hours

An Garda Síochána are conducting a national speed enforcement operation ‘Slow Down’, supported by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and other stakeholders, for a 24