Motorists offered free safety checks on cars

Motorists are being offered free checks on their cars next week as part of a new road safety campaign.

The checks on tyres, light, brakes, shocks and wipers will be available from Advance Pitstop as part of Road Safety Awareness Week.

The move is part of an initiative by the Road Safety Authority.


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