Friday August 14, 2020

Motor Head with Shane O’Donoghue

In a heatwave, tempers flare and more accidents happen – so, for once, distraction is the key to safe motoring

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Amid all the headlines about GAA venues and the like last week, we were reminded that road rage and collisions increase during a heatwave. After all, drivers and their passengers are already warmer than usual, even if their car has ice-cold air conditioning, which means tempers are closer to fraying.

During prolonged warm periods such as we’ve been blessed with of late, many people find it more difficult to sleep, so more motorists on the...

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