Archive for October, 2011

Rear window LED offers ‘friendly’ advice to the driver behind – Recipe for road rage?

October 29th, 2011
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The only communication device open to most drivers is the horn – or, in extreme cases, waving arms out the window and yelling. But a new LED panel aims to change that – letting drivers send a message via Bluetooth from their mobile phone to a grid of LED lights on the back. At present, […]


Published in General, Road Safety

Ireland new drink-driving limits come into effect at midnight on Friday the 27th October 2011

October 27th, 2011
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LOWER DRINK-driving limits come into effect from midnight, reducing the maximum blood-alcohol level to 20mg per 100ml of blood in some cases. The changes, which bring Irish law into line with European levels, will see the current limit of 80mg drop to 50mg for most drivers. Under the regime, professional drivers, learner drivers and those […]


Published in Motoring News, Road Safety

Online second-hand car buying tool kit launched to help prospective buyers

October 21st, 2011
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People who are unsure about the pros and cons of buying second-hand cars are being offered help thanks to an online tool kit that has been launched by The National Consumer Agency.  This is in response to the Agency receiving almost 2,000 queries about second-hand motors since the start of 2011. This agency will also […]


Published in Car Insurance

Bucharest, Romania Grand Prix Oct 21-23 2011

October 20th, 2011
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Next stop for the MG Crash Repairs owned by Mark Gaffney from Dublin, Ireland team is the Bucharest Grand Prix in Romania this weekend! As we speak the car is already in Bucharest and the team join up with the car early Friday morning in preperation for what has to be one of the biggest […]


Published in Drifting

New Survey in Ireland shows ‘One in Five’ Cars Clocked

October 7th, 2011
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Irish Cars and UK Imports Proven to be of Similar Risk  Car history check provider today announced the results of an in-depth study into the number of clocked cars in Ireland. The study is the first of its kind to publish the top twenty makes and models of cars on the road that are […]


Published in Car Cloaking