Top 12 driving myths busted by AA Ireland

Too many of us take our driving licences for granted, especially once we have been on the road for a while. So naturally there is no shortage of myths flying around – whether online or by word of mouth – on all aspects of driving, vehicle maintenance and road safety. Some are plain silly, others… Continue reading Top 12 driving myths busted by AA Ireland

What You Need To Know About Ireland’s ‘Slow Down Day’ 2021 – AA Ireland

Slow down. It’s a long-standing message but one that is always worth repeating, which is why AA Ireland are pleased to support National Slow Down Day, a road safety initiative led by An Garda Síochána. Slow Down Day For Drivers Running from 7am on Thursday 21st to 7am on Friday 22nd October, the campaign urges… Continue reading What You Need To Know About Ireland’s ‘Slow Down Day’ 2021 – AA Ireland

How to prevent chimney fires at home – AA Ireland

As winter approaches, we will welcome more nights in tucked up beside a cosy fire. However, it is vital that you ensure your chimney is clean, to avoid it catching fire and causing havoc to your home. To help keep your home and family safe while staying warm, our AA Home Insurance team have put… Continue reading How to prevent chimney fires at home – AA Ireland

Everything you need to know about car tyres for safe winter driving – AA Ireland

Four small patches of rubber each about the size of your hand are the only parts of the car in touch with the road. So as we approach winter, having the right tyres in good condition and correctly inflated is very important for your safety. Regular checks and maintenance help to make tyres last longer,… Continue reading Everything you need to know about car tyres for safe winter driving – AA Ireland

3 in 5 drivers “never” use their phone while driving – AA Ireland

By Anna Cullen and Lauren Beehan Most drivers never use their phone handheld while driving, but half think that phone use by others is getting worse. Those are the findings of a recent poll of 2,617 motorists by AA Ireland. Around half of motorists (48.2%) said the overall problem of phone use while driving has got… Continue reading 3 in 5 drivers “never” use their phone while driving – AA Ireland

5 Tips To Remember When Buying Home Insurance – AA Ireland

As a homeowner, protecting your home and family will be one of your top priorities, meaning that having an adequate level of home insurance in place is vital. To help you ensure you have the right level of cover in place, while also sticking to your budget, we’ve put together a short list of 5… Continue reading 5 Tips To Remember When Buying Home Insurance – AA Ireland

5 Essential Back to School Car Checks

‘Back to School’ season is officially upon us. With the end of the summer holidays and all children now returning to school, many of us will see our morning travel patterns change slightly. While you may be busy coping with children desperately trying to avoid the fact that they’ll soon be back in the classroom,… Continue reading 5 Essential Back to School Car Checks

Home Insurance Guide for First Time Buyers – AA Ireland

For first time home buyers finding the right house can be both an exciting and daunting prospect. From the initial flurry of finding a property that is right for you to going ‘sale agreed,’ it really is just the start of the process. Looking for a reliable home insurer that will help guard and nurture… Continue reading Home Insurance Guide for First Time Buyers – AA Ireland

8 Tips To Reduce Your Home Insurance Premium – AA Ireland

If you’re looking for a way to keep household costs down, taking the time to reassess your home insurance can be a great way of saving some extra cash. To help reduce your home premiums, our AA Home Insurance team has put together a list of 8 tips on steps you can take to keep… Continue reading 8 Tips To Reduce Your Home Insurance Premium – AA Ireland

How To Stay Safe If You Break Down on a Motorway

No-one wants their journey interrupted by a breakdown on any road, but especially not on a motorway. While motorways are the safest roads we have in Ireland, the hard shoulder is one of the most dangerous areas on any road. Motorway hard shoulders are for emergency use only. You should only stop if it is… Continue reading How To Stay Safe If You Break Down on a Motorway