Gardaí now have a range of new Covid-19 enforcement powers. Previously, Gardaí could only encourage people to abide by regulations. Now, Gardaí can fine those who are non-compliant.
Minister for Transport Shane Ross is bringing his proposals to Cabinet today in relation to graduated speeding penalties. He has modified some key proposals after a backlash from some rural Ministers.
The August bank holiday weekend is approaching and we are all looking forward to some rest and relaxation. If you’re driving this weekend, the roads are sure to be busy and so extra care and attention is needed. Here is a reminder some of the basic regulations we must adhere to, to help us say safe on the roads.
Soon, Gardaí will be able to use handheld devices to instantly tell whether a vehicle is insured.
New rules on drink-driving took effect from midnight last Thursday which will automatically disqualify any motorists who are found to have consumed alcohol.
Do you need to use a trailer for your work or farm? The laws regarding what you can tow depend on the towing capacity of your vehicle, the load-carrying capacity of the trailer and the type of licence you hold.
There is a new Fixed Charge Notice (FCN) offence in place for motorists who drive with defective or worn tyres on their vehicle.
Do you know that the law is changing in relation to penalties imposed on drivers who are not displaying a valid NCT disc on their vehicle?
The regulations make it an offence to send or read a text message from a mobile phone while driving a mechanically propelled vehicle. . .