Archive for June, 2008

Last Day For Unaccompanied Drivers

June 30th, 2008
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The law requiring learner drivers on a second provisional licence to be accompanied by a fully qualified driver comes into effect from midnight tonight. The change in the driving licence system, announced by Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey last year, affects up to 92,000 people. Holders of all other provisional licences are already required to […]

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Fuel Prices Rocketing – What Can We Do?

June 26th, 2008
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This is a copy of an email I got today. Keep reading and you will realise it makes a lot of sense. The email came from UK, so is targeting petrol stations across UK mainland, but if WE (here in Ireland) could do the same thing, it might work…. See what you think and pass […]

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New car tax labels to be revealed

June 19th, 2008
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A labelling system showing consumers how much Vehicle Registration Tax and motor tax they will pay on new cars will be published by Environment Minister John Gormley today. The system follows the Government decision in the last budget to link the taxes to a car’s carbon dioxide emissions, rather than its engine size. The aim […]

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