This Sunday, 21 November, will mark ‘World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims’ with commemorations to remember the victims of road traffic crashes and their families taking place around the country.
Despite Britain having one of the highest thresholds for drink-driving limits across the world, new research from Confused.com has found that the UK has the lowest rate of drink-driving related deaths across the globe.
According to a recent poll by AA Ireland only one-third of drivers plan to buy another standard petrol or diesel car, but most of those who change will choose a hybrid rather than a fully electric car.
Favoured for their rugged good looks and the confidence they inspire on the road, thanks to their raised driving position and perceived safety, Large SUVs and 4×4 cars have become very popular in Ireland.
Younger drivers have far greater trust in the performance of an Electric Vehicle (EV) than their older counterparts, according to research by UK website, Leasing.com.
The new Mazda CX-5 is the only model to receive the highest possible safety rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) after it put 20 small SUVs through a rigorous new side impact test.
Many 17-year-olds had to rely on their parents for driving lessons during the pandemic.
Ireland’s leading intelligent mobility services specialist, Easytrip, is advising Irish motorists to take precautions to improve safety on roads as colder and more extreme weather conditions set in.
New research from Uswitch has revealed a roundup of learning to drive in 11 different countries around the world. The company’s research surveyed the cost of lessons, petrol prices, and car insurance. Given below are the results for Ireland, the UK, Norway and the USA. To see the full list countries visit Uswitch.com. Ireland To gain an …
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and Macra Na Feirme, the voluntary organisation representing young people from rural Ireland, have announced a partnership aimed at encouraging better road safety behaviour among young people from rural communities nationwide. This new partnership will focus on four key areas: the dangers of mobile distraction, the importance of wearing seatbelts, …