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  • Are you interested in buying a used car?

    Buying a used car? Are you interested in buying a used car? Every vehicle has a past, check if it has a future with MyVehicle.ie! Before you purchase a used vehicle, make sure you always run a history check with MyVehicle.ieto avoid potential future problems associated with the car. We can provide you with a fair and true valuation as...

  • New Trend in Car theft

    Just when we thought Car theft was a thing of the past, hackers found a new Hi-tech way of getting past the System. If somebody mentioned a few years ago that a car could be stolen using a laptop, we wouldn’t have believed them. But these latest car thefts in the USA challenged the automobile security system and displayed how...

  • Vehicle Replacement Documents

    The vehicle Registration book and Vehicle Registration Certificate or Vehicle Licensing Certificate can be replaced by completing the Replacement Documents application form RF134 for €12 each. There is a €6 fee for replacing your motor Tax Disc and Trailer Card if these documents have been lost, stolen or destroyed. You can receive replacement motor documents for your car by completing...

  • Market Overview for July 2016

    Nationwide Car Market Overview for July Research conducted by MyVehicle.ie revealed the top 10 most popular used cars sold by independent and franchise dealers across Ireland for July 2016 as well as the vehicles that are shifting the quickest. MyVehicle.ie data shows what was in demand in the month of July that is being sold by independent and franchise dealers....

  • Vehicles with the highest residual value in 2020

    MyVehicle.ie analyse the used car market on a daily basis for numerous trends and anomalies within the marketplace. These figures are predictions based off detailed analysis of the used car marketplace over the past number of years and may vary depending on vehicle model or face-lift changes, price increases or decreases, etc. MyVehicle.ie analysis shows which new car models...

  • August Bank Holiday

    As the August bank holiday approaches us, people across the country prepare to travel on our roads. The August bank holiday which runs from Friday 29th until Monday 1st is a high-risk period and is one of the busiest and deadliest weekends of the year on Irish roads. An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) announced a bank...

  • Change of vehicle ownership in Ireland

    If you buy, sell or trade-in a used vehicle, you will need to register for the transfer of vehicle ownership from its current owner to the new owner of the vehicle. For vehicles registered before January 1993, a RF200 form is needed to change the ownership of the vehicle to an individual or a company. The RF200 form and registration...

  • Driving in high temperatures

    Driving in the heat With the unexpected rise in temperatures, here are some tips to help when driving in the heat! Avoid drowsiness It is important to keep your driving environment comfortable to reduce fatigue. Driving in high temperatures can cause drowsiness and make you feel tired more quickly. Many people don’t realise how dangerous this can be. It impairs...

  • Documents when buying a used vehicle

    Vehicle documents Before you buy a used car it is vital that you get the correct documents. It is important that you check the details of the car’s documentation accurately and that they match with the car. The seller of the vehicle should be able to provide you with the legitimate documentation for the car. When buying from a private...

  • Reasons to monitor tyre pressure

    The article was written by MyVehicle.ie and originally published on TyreTrade.ieon June 16th 2016. It is important for us to know that our vehicle is in good working condition and one of the ways we can do this is by monitoring our car's tyre pressure. If you are not regularly checking the pressure of your tyres you could be putting...