Car News recent articles

  • Over 1,100 Untaxed Longford Vehicles on Irish Roads

    Over 1,100 Untaxed Longford Vehicles on Irish Roads MyVehicle.ie release data revealing 1,103 untaxed Longford vehicles on Irish roads MyVehicle.ie reports that 1,103* untaxed Longford registered vehicles are estimated to currently being driven on Irish roads. 0.8% of vehicles written-off in 2015 are Longford registered vehicles. 137 new vehicles were registered in Longford between January-September 2015. The most popular car...

  • Warning! Flooded Vehicle's flogged into the used car market for cheap

    Flooded vehicles enter the used car market Are you thinking about buying a used vehicle? Make sure that it isn't a victim of flood damage.Floods have drenched the country many times before resulting in ruined homes and businesses, this is nothing new to the Irish eye. However, a less-publicized casualty of these storms is the number of flood-damaged cars left...

  • Over 4,700 Untaxed Limerick Vehicles

    MyVehicle.ie release data revealing 4,760 untaxed Limerick vehicles on Irish roads MyVehicle.ie reports that nearly 4,760 untaxed Limerick registered vehicles are estimated to currently being driven on Irish roads. 5% of vehicles written-off in 2015 are Limerick registered vehicles. 589 new vehicles were registered in Limerick between January-September 2015. The most popular car colour in Limerick is silver, while Toyota...

  • 6,000 Untaxed Kildare Vehicles on Irish Roads

    MyVehicle.ie release data revealing 6,000 untaxed Kildare vehicles on Irish roads MyVehicle.ie reports that 6,000 untaxed Kildare registered vehicles are estimated to currently being driven on Irish roads. 4.7% of vehicles written-off in 2015 are Kildare registered vehicles. 706 new vehicles were registered in Kildare between January-September 2015. The most popular car colour in Kildare is black,while Hyundai is the...

  • Almost 2,300 Untaxed Kilkenny Vehicles on Irish Roads

    MyVehicle.ie reports that 2,291* untaxed Kilkenny registered vehicles are estimated to currently being driven on Irish roads. 1.5%** of vehicles written-off in 2015 are Kilkenny registered vehicles. 290 new vehicles were registered in Kilkenny between January-September 2015. The most popular car colour in Kilkenny is black, while Hyundai is the most common car brand. To date, over 400 independent and...