Six tips for drivers using digital tachographs

Digital Tachographs Digital Tachographs were introduced to certain types of vehicles on May 1st 2006, however what do you need to know if you haven’t used one before or you haven’t used a digital tachograph card for a while. Digital Tachographs are a daily...

Christmas Road Safety

The Road Safety Authority and An Garda Siochana launched their Road Safety Campaign for Christmas 2012 this week. The campaign focuses on Driver Behaviour. Primarily the campaign focuses on high risk driving behaviour. At  the launch  Over the festive period, there...

St Patrick’s Day on Irish Roads

Last year 2011 was a great year for the Road Safety Authority given the reduction in road fatalities to their lowest level ever. The year finished with 186 persons having lost their life which was down from 212 on the previous year 2012 the lowest year on record up to...

What happens if I don’t obey the rules of Driver CPC?

Well only the following: If you cannot show your Driver CPC you are breaking the law and you could be fined up to €2000. If you use fake documentation you could get a fine of up to €5000. If you drive without a valid Driver CPC you could get a fine of up to €2000. If...

More checkpoints to be launched for Christmas

Gardai from all around the country will increase the number of checkpoints targetting ‘drink drivers’ ahead of the Christmas party season, according to many newsreports, Driving-For-Work has learned. The reduction in drink driving limits from 80mg to 50mg,...