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Motorist parked in Disabled Parking Space to get to ATM

This motorist abandoned his vehicle in a disabled parking bay in Naas in order to rush to a nearby ATM. The driver told Naas Roads Policing Unit that he wanted... Read more

Concern on insurance

Insurance: costs remain top concern for Irish motorists, according to research Research by mobility solutions specialist, easytrip, Ireland’s only electronic parking and tolling tag provider, has revealed Irish motorists most... Read more

D ise Today 8th March Does Ireland have an issue with dangerous driving.

On Friday’s ‘Déise Today’, Maria was talking to Kieran Kennedy who is a Waterford city-based driving instructor. He was reacting to new figures released by the Road Safety Authority showing... Read more

Disabled people make the best entrepreneurs

Why does self-employment often suit disabled people better than the nine to five? Three winners of this year’s Stelios Award describe their businesses, explain why they like working for themselves... Read more

Did you know women invented the three most important car safety features.

Today is really great day to be a woman. Not only is it a Friday (Happy Friday!), today is the best day of the year for women: International Women’s Day... Read more

Honesty and family support for safer senior driving

Road safety and breakdown organisation in Britain, GEM Motoring Assist, says older drivers can stay safer for longer by reflecting on their driving and being honest about tasks they may... Read more

Who Do We Trust To Make Driverless Cars.

The Race to Driverless Technology: Over $100 Billion Has Been Invested In Driverless Technology. We’re closer than ever to driverless cars, with predictions surfacing that they could be on UK... Read more

Applegreen join forces with fuelService to help fuel disabled drivers

Roisin Maguire FuelService enables disabled drivers to contact an Applegreen store via their smartphones and ask for assistance in putting fuel into their car before they arrive at the station... Read more

Accessibility making products and services in the EU easier to use

European Accessibility Act: better access for the disabled The European Accessibility Act aims to ensure more products and services are accessible for elderly people and people living with a disability... Read more

My disability has taught me how to deal with life s challenges

Aisling Glynn says her disability has resulted in both positive and negative experiences Aisling Glynn: “I was never a dog person. Getting an assistance dog has been one of the... Read more

Older drivers Woman 86 aces advanced driving test

An 86-year-old woman who has passed her advanced driving test with flying colours says she wants to challenge stereotypes of older motorists. Thelma Bradshaw, from Alvaston, Derby, is one of... Read more

Drogheda s disabled drivers to get an APP y boost

Richard Ryder, marketing manager, Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland (DDAI) with Niall El-Assaad, creator of the free fuelService app for disabled drivers, The Association is the Irish charity partner for... Read more

 

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