Thursday July 9, 2020

People In Focus: Sharon Ní Icí, the driver without a car

Twenty-something Sharon Ní Icí used to own a car, but decided she could no longer justify the expense, and now finds life without a vehicle to be pretty hassle-free.

27th April, 2013
Sharon Ní Icí at Grand Canal Dock Dart Station. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Twenty-something Sharon Ní Icí used to own a car, but decided she could no longer justify the expense and now relies on walking, public transport and the occasional taxi.

"I used to own a Volkswagen Golf," she said. "It was my first car and I had it for four or five years, but I made a decision that when it passed the last NCT, I would get rid of it." The car had...

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