News Archive

IAAF webinar to explore coronavirus effects on industry

The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) is hosting a webinar, which will take a close look at how the pandemic has affected the industry and opportunities that have emerged as a result.

Ferodo introduces brake fluid for EHVs

Ferodo has expanded its braking portfolio by introducing what it claims is the first brake fluid formulated specifically to address the unique demands of hybrid and electric vehicles (EHV).

Yuasa giving away free USB smart button to workshops

Yuasa is giving workshops across Ireland and the UK a free USB smart button.

Pollen tacker predicts high pollen levels this weekend

The Asthma Society of Ireland is today warning the 300,000+ people who have both asthma and hayfever in Ireland to take precautions as pollen levels expected to rise this weekend.

Speed remains factor in motorcyclist deaths in Ireland

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.

Battery maintenance guide for motorists

The recent lockdowns across Ireland and Europe have led to reduced travel and long periods of cars being parked away and not used. While activity levels are slowly picking up again, we will continue to see altered driving patterns and reduced mileage for some time.

Compact mobile welding booth from Laser Tools

This new mobile welding booth from Laser tools (part number 7793) provides a flexible welding workstation and is suitable for welding small to medium sized parts.

MOT decision poses serious safety risk

The British government is taking a ‘serious safety risk’ by allowing millions of motorists to keep their cars on the road until January 2021, without a current MOT.

Autopromotec postponed until May 2022

Autopromotec, the international exhibition for automotive equipment and aftermarket products, has postponed the next edition – originally scheduled for May next year – to May 25-28, 2022 in Bologna, Italy.