Paying Monthly or Annually for Car Insurance – Which is best

When it comes to car insurance most providers will give you two options on how to pay, by monthly instalments or in one lump sum when taking out the policy. While paying on an annual basis tends to be cheaper and help reduce your car insurance costs, depending on your individual circumstances there may be […]

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Paying Monthly or Annually for Car Insurance – Which is best

When it comes to car insurance most providers will give you two options on how to pay, by monthly instalments or in one lump sum when taking out the policy. While paying on an annual basis tends to be cheaper and help reduce your car insurance costs, depending on your individual circumstances there may be […]

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Majority of Motorists Support Increased Electric Car Investment

The majority of motorists support increased investment in electric car technology according to recent research from AA Ireland. According to a survey of almost 5,000 motorists by AA Rescue, the motoring organisation’s breakdown service, 37.41% of respondents ‘strongly agree’ with the idea that investment in electric vehicle charging points on a national scale should be […]

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Electric Picnic 2017: the AA Roadwatch guide

Main image – public domain The last big festival of the year, Electric Picnic, takes place in Stradbally, County Laois from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd September. Main stage acts include Duran Duran, The xx and A Tribe Called Quest but there is also an excellent comedy tent, the Theatre of Food, an Other Voices […]

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Price reduction at Dublin’s East Link toll

There’s some good news for Dublin motorists who regularly use Tom Clarke Bridge (East Link) in the docklands.

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Weekend Weather Forecast – August 12th & 13th 2017

Weekend Weather Forecast A Predominantly Dry Weekend Ahead OVERVIEW: A few scattered showers are possible on Saturday, but otherwise a mainly dry weekend is forecast. There will be some bright or sunny spells, before unsettled weather returns late in the weekend. SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Little or no risk of any significant or severe weather this weekend. […]

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UK firm to take over Dublin Bus routes

Photo: Dublin Bus A UK company has won the tender to take control two dozen routes on the Dublin Bus network. Go-Ahead, which currently operates 25% of London bus services, will take over 23 routes that serve suburban and outlying areas of Dublin, including the 17 from Rialto to Blackrock, the 33a from Swords to Balbriggan […]

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Weekly Weather Forecast, 8th – 11th August 2017

Weekly Weather Forecast Remaining Changeable Through the Rest of the Week OVERVIEW: A showery day for the rest of Tuesday, but with some drier and more settled conditions arriving through the middle of the week. However, a more unsettled end to the week is then expected on Friday. SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Local downpours through the rest […]

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Cost of Running a Car Drops as Insurance Prices Fall 10.2%

The average cost of running a family car for a year is €10,671.37 according to the AA’s annual survey of motoring costs. The total is a decrease of €178.05 or 1.6% on the same figure for last year, according to the AA’s calculations. Despite a minor increase of 0.46% in the cost of fuel, recent […]

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1 in 3 Homeowners have Experienced Poor Workmanship

Over a third of Irish homeowners have experienced poor quality workmanship first hand in the course of carrying out home improvements. As part of an AA Home Insurance of over 3,000 homeowners, 34.98% of those surveyed stated that they had personally experienced bad practice from a tradesperson or service provider when having work done to […]

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