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Alcohol checkpoints should be 'maximised' between 10pm and 6am - RSA

Alcohol checkpoints should be 'maximised' between 10pm and 6am - RSA

Garda alcohol checkpoints should be “maximised” between 10pm and 6am to reduce the high number of road fatalities where alcohol is a major factor, the Road Safety Authority has urged.

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Shane Ross: Retailers obliged to inform that segweys and e-scooters are illegal on public roads

Shane Ross: Retailers obliged to inform that segweys and e-scooters are illegal on public roads

Transport Minister Shane Ross has warned retailers that e-scooters are illegal on public roads and that they need to tell customers that they should not be used in such spaces.

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Courts Service say fine pay option explains drop in speed convictions

Courts Service say fine pay option explains drop in speed convictions

The Courts Service has said a new initiative giving motorists a further chance to pay a fine for a road traffic offence, rather than go to court, explains a dramatic reduction in speeding convictions.

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RSA urges people to stop 'rubbernecking' at crash scenes

RSA urges people to stop 'rubbernecking' at crash scenes

The Road Safety Authority is urging people to stop rubbernecking at the scene of a crash.

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Number of learner drivers who have never sat test 'shocking', says CEO of RSA

Number of learner drivers who have never sat test 'shocking', says CEO of RSA

The CEO of the Road Safety Authority has described the number of learner drivers who have never sat their test as "shocking".

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Motorcyclists urged to 'bike safe' over bank holiday weekend

Motorcyclists urged to 'bike safe' over bank holiday weekend

It is hoped new drink driving laws could help cut the number of road deaths this bank holiday weekend.

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RSA urging drivers to slow down amid bank holiday traffic

RSA urging drivers to slow down amid bank holiday traffic

Anyone taking to the roads today are asked to slow down.

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Cabinet approves O'Donnell to replace Gay Byrne at RSA

Cabinet approves O'Donnell to replace Gay Byrne at RSA

The Cabinet has approved the appointment of the former deputy leader of the Progressive Democrats, Liz O'Donnell, as chairperson of the Road Safety Authority.

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