Halloween is a time of spooks and ghouls, thrills and spills, and things that go bump in the night. But the most important thing is to keep yourself and your family safe. Here are our top tips for a fun-filled Halloween celebration: Keep dangerous substances such as oil, petrol, diesel, spray cans locked away and… Continue reading AA Home Insurance tips on keeping your home safe this Halloween
Met Éireann has issued a Status Orange fog warning valid until midday today and as a result our Roadwatch team have had a busy morning responding to the event. You can view their latest traffic updates on their website here or follow them on Twitter @aaroadwatch. Everytime there is a fog event our publicaffairs inbox soon become… Continue reading Driving in fog – tips
Read our latest Motor Insurance press release below: From scatty to dangerous; inexperience shines through 5 most common “dumb” things drivers do revealed A finding that is sure to make many the male driver smirk, ladies it seems, are far more likely than men to be found scratching their heads trying to remember where they’ve… Continue reading Women more likely to forget where they’ve parked!
Men more suspicious of “sticky fingered” service providers Many Irish household it seems are too naïve when it comes to handing over their house keys to the service providers who cross their thresholds. Last month we conducted a small home insurance study on the subject. In total we surveyed 500 people on how liberal or otherwise they are with both… Continue reading Are You Too Trusting with Your House Keys?
Pól Ó Conghaile of the Irish Independent, Travel TV, recently asked Ireland’s top hotel reviewers, among them one of our AA Hotel Inspectors, what makes a great place to stay… and it has surprisingly little to do with star ratings. Click HERE to watch the clip About AA Hotels: Uncovering excellence is the mainstay of Hospitality at the AA. After… Continue reading The secret to a great hotel stay
Feature for The Sunday World by Conor Faughnan – published on 29/03/15. Leering drivers, bad driving and dirty vans; time to drop the stereotype says Conor Faughnan, Director of Consumer Affairs, AA Ireland. One of the joys of modern motoring is it gives us a great deal to grumble about. People love to complain. It’s… Continue reading Give van drivers a break
Read our latest press release below: Almost half of drivers carry a good luck charm On the second of three Friday the 13ths in 2015, new poll results issued today by AA Motor Insurance suggest that 1% of drivers in Ireland will try to avoid driving tomorrow for fear that something bad will happen to… Continue reading 1% avoid driving on Friday the 13th
By Conor Faughnan: The latest AA fuel price survey shows that the average price for a litre of petrol is now 128.4 cent and diesel 122.4. That is down again on the January figure but unfortunately that is probably the end of the good news for the time being. Oil is creeping up again. If… Continue reading Fuel prices sneaking up again
A quarter of parents have experience child open door of moving car. The AA is reminding mums and dads to make sure their little ones are properly fastened in their car seats following the results of their most recent Members’ poll. Of a sample of 1,375 parents with children under the age of 12, three… Continue reading Driving with Kids in Car
Our latest press release: Many over 65s could be paying more for their flights than their younger counterparts when they book online new research published today by AA Travel Insurance suggests. In an online survey of more than 9,000 people nationwide, the AA quizzed respondents on their habits when it comes to booking flights. While… Continue reading Over 65s probably pay more for their flights