The AA has recently received complaints from motorists concerning Laundered diesel and sub-standard diesel. The motoring organization is advising people to buy carefully or they risk being hit for a costly repair. “This is not a new phenomenon, but will prices so high currently and people feeling the pinch it does seem to be on… Continue reading AA Warns of Laundered and Sub-Standard Diesel
The longest AA appointed property in Ireland has now been listed with the AA for a wonderful 85 years, Hunter’s Hotel, Rathnew, Co Wicklow joined the AA Recognition scheme in 1925. Ireland’s oldest coaching inns, Hunter’s Hotel is full of character and atmosphere, which hints at a bygone era in Ireland’s colourful past. Built in… Continue reading Hunter's Hotel 85th YeAAr
AA Ireland recently surveyed a panel of over 7,000* motorists on their plans to purchase new, second hand and electric vehicles in 2010 and beyond. Overall, 16% hope to change their car this year. Results found the majority (54%) intend to purchase a second hand car. 6% plan to buy a new car and a… Continue reading 16% of Motorists will change car this year – AA Survey
The price of petrol rose again this month and is up by 2.6c to 134.4c per litre according to the latest fuel price survey from the AA. Diesel prices rose even more sharply, by 3.5c a litre in the last month to an average of 125.5c. Petrol prices are now 9.8% higher (12c per litre) than they were in January. Diesel is up 10.5c since January, an increase of 9%. Almost two thirds of new car sales this year are diesel models, a very significant change in buying patterns as diesel has become the fuel of choice.
The Irish hospitality industry can look forward to the remainder of 2010 with some optimism according to results from the latest AA Ireland poll.