Archive for September, 2010

Truck driven at Leinster House gates

September 30th, 2010
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A 41-year-man was arrested after a concrete truck was driven into the gates of Leinster House early this morning. The slogans ‘Toxic Bank Anglo’, “€1,000,000 on golf balls” and “€500K for golf” were displayed on the side of the truck and the vehicle registration number changed to “bankrupt”. The man, who is from Co Mayo […]


Published in General, Motoring News

Survey Reveals 1 in 7 Cars Have Outstanding Finance

September 21st, 2010
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In a recent survey compiled by the car history check website, one in seven cars of the one hundred surveyed were confirmed to have finance outstanding.  The survey focussed on vehicles that were advertised for sale by private sellers, non-franchise dealers and main dealers.  It found that of the 100 examined: – 30% of the […]


Published in MotorCheck, Motoring News

Buying a Car in Ireland

September 5th, 2010
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Buying a Car in Ireland Buying a car in Ireland is in many ways similar to any other western country. New cars must have Vehicle Registration Tax, motor insurance and motor tax before you can drive them away. It is the showroom`s duty to arrange the Registration and tax, while naturally the buyer must sort […]


Published in Cars Ireland
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