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  • Car Repossession in Ireland: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

    Buying a car on loan can be a luxury, given that it can cost you a significant portion of your paycheck every month. At times, when you have other financial obligations to take into consideration, repaying a car loan can seem like a hassle. However, if you don’t make the payments on time, you run the risk of having your...

  • Irish Crashed and Damaged Car Report for June 2021

    Crashed and damaged cars MyVehicle.ie has released the latest crashed and damaged cars report nationwide for June 2021. Hopefully you are not one of the unfortunate motorists that bought one of these cars last month. Franchise Dealerships Buying a car from a main franchise dealer is always a good decision as you have come-back if something goes wrong. Sometimes, though,...

  • Irish startup facilitates electric car charging with cryptocurrency

    Crypto Charging The Irish fin-tech start-up firm, Hips has teamed up with Swedish SaaS (Software as a Service) platform Vourityto offer cryptocurrency payments at electric car charging stations. The partnership will facilitate crypto payments for over 50,000 EV charging stations throughout the European Union. Crypto payments can be made via the Vourity platform alinking straight to the blockchain through Hips...


  • Ireland’s first ever Hydrogen Fuel Cell bus hits the streets of Dublin

    Hydrogen Mobility Ireland has launched an eight week trial of a zero-emission hydrogen buses in Dublin. Eamon Ryan TD, the Minister for Climate Action, Communication Networks and Transport has welcomed the trial which will see Ireland’s first Hydrogen bus operating across various routes in Dublin. The Hydrogen Mobility Ireland (HMI) initiative, includes members from both the transport industry...

  • Cars may actually prove to be more important post covid

    Personal transportation by car may prove to be far more important to the average driver than before covid. In a new survey, by the RAC’s annual Report on Motoring, more than half of 3,068 drivers surveyed in the UK (57 per cent) say that having access to a car is extremely important and even more so after the coronavirus outbreak....

  • Fianna Fail TD caught Zooming while driving

    Young Irish politician is in trouble for Zooming around the streets of Cork in his car Fianna Fail TD James O'Connor, 23, who is the youngest TD in the Dáil, has been heavily criticised by his own party members for taking part in a Zoom call while driving. Gardai are considering that taking a Zoom call while driving...

  • Hard Brexit could cost car manufacturers 110 billion euro

    Britain's car manufacturers warn of 110 billion euro bill if a hard Brexit goes ahead. British and European Union car manufacturers called on Monday for an urgent free trade agreement, stating that a “disorderly Brexit” could potentially cost the automotive industry in the UK, €110 billion euro over the next five years due to loss of trade. In...

  • Lamborghini Aventador 10,000th Car Milestone

    The Lamborgini Aventador Automobili Lamborghini has marked a major production milestone after completing their 10,000th Aventador. The celebration was marked when the Lamborghini SVJ Roadster rolled off the line at their Sant’Agata Bolognese factory. The Aventador has been around since 2011 when the first iteration of the coupé version Aventador LP 700-4 was debuted. ...

  • Leprechaun Arrested for Looting Cars

    Leprechaun arrested for petty larceny Cops in the United States have arrested a ‘Tall Leprechaun’ for looting cars in a residential neighbourhood in New York. The green-shirted looter was spotted by the folks of Kenmore, New York State back on July 23. As we all know, it’s rare to see a leprechaun, but it’s even rarer to...