Saturday April 4, 2020

Motor Head

We’re using our cars more and more, meaning that our national carbon footprint is growing instead of shrinking – and there will be consequences

1st April, 2018
The VW Arteon: economical with plenty of performance

Statisticians don’t need to tell us that there are more cars on the road today, doing more miles, than there were during the recessionary years. Traffic around Ireland’s cities is at an all-time high, and it’s a bit of a nightmare for commuters. This, sadly, is a direct corollary of an improving economy (well, that and not planning development of our road network to cope with said improvement in the nation’s finances), as there are...

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