With the hot weather continuing into the weekend, many drivers will be planning trips across the country. AA Roadwatch has put together a short video showing drivers how they can stay safe while driving in the summer heat: https://www.instagram.com/p/CRji9eYHMRw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (AA Roadwatch logo taken via: media.info)
An Athlone councillor is concerned about the safety on the road to the popular Coosan Point, Independent Westmeath reports.
In 2017 Toyota launched it’s free “Face It Down” app for iPhone and Android which is designed to save lives on Irish Roads in partnership with the RSA and Topaz. The leading car company has returned and is now offering free access to the mindfulness and well-being app Headspace for three months to all users of the Toyota Face It …
“Five out of ten pedestrians will die if hit by a vehicle travelling at 50km/h,” declared Cllr Johnny Flynn (FG) during the Clare County Council meeting in June.
Urgent action must be taken as an estimated 120,000 people are waiting for their theory tests and more than 70,000 people are waiting on a full driving test, says Roscommon-Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice.
With Met Éireann updates thunderstorm weather warning for the Country, it is safe to say wet weather is here. Here are some basics from the road safety office in the communications department of Mayo County Council that can help you to stay safe on the road. Some are obvious – but it’s the obvious things that are …
The first phase of the new BusConnects network launched on the 27th of June, taking its first journey around the North-east area of Dublin.
Several changes to the National Car Test came into effect on Monday, June 21. These changes will see Ireland be amongst the first EU Member States to commence the use of (OBD), testing under EU Roadworthiness Directive 2014/45.