Irish News Archive
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána are urging motorcyclists to “ease off the throttle” and to be extra cautious as the roads get busier following the lifting of Covid-19 travel restrictions.
The NCTS reopened 19 centres on Monday, June 8. It then reopened the remaining 16 centres yesterday (June 29).
The last act of the now former Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) on Saturday morning last was to confirm that the driver testing service will restart on a gradual basis during Phase 3 of the road map for easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
The new Taoiseach Micheál Martin named his cabinet last Saturday. Here are some of the names and portfolios that may concern the wider auto and transport industries.
HBA Distribution is now stocking Nilco Hand Sanitiser Stations. Capable of killing 99.9 per cent of bacteria, the stations come with five litres of 70 per cent alcohol Nilco Hand Sanitiser.
Original equipment (OE) manufacturer, Trico, is reminding technicians of customer care best practice, which in turn leads to valuable sales opportunities for workshops.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has confirmed that the phased reopening of some of its services from Today, Monday June 8, the start of phase 2 of the Government’s road map for easing of Covid19 restrictions.
Schaeffler has invested in an updated telecoms system to help reduce call waiting times for mechanics needing technical advice for its range of LuK transmission, INA engine and FAG chassis products.
The NCTS has announced that it is reopening the service on a phased basis from this Monday, the 8th. of June 2020 with the reopening of 15 centres. It is subject to final approval from Government on Phase 2 of the Government’s Roadmap, which is due to be confirmed today.