Tuesday March 31, 2020

Stay safe against the elements

Buoyed by memories of last year's mild winter, few Irish motorists will have expected the harsh weather that struck in late November.

10th December, 2005

Buoyed by memories of last year's mild winter, few Irish motorists will have expected the harsh weather that struck in late November.

According to Met Eireann, the worst is yet to come. With at least another month of cold and icy conditions ahead of us, it's warned Irish motorists to be extra vigilant.

Conor Faughnan of AA Roadwatch said the four-month period from November to February was typically the most dangerous time of the year...

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