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Are the government ever going to put older automobiles in the new tax system? Some one was telling me older automobiles will be treated the same in tax as the post 08 automobiles.
Filed under taxation - Asked by James Brady (Clonsilla) - Thu, 18 Aug 2011 21:38
Please help! My local Ford garage offered €9,000 trade in for my 2-year old Fiesta 1.4 automatic, 17,000 miles against new 2 litre Focus Ghia automatic. . My friend was offered €11,000 for her 2 year old Focus 2 litre automatic 20,000 miles against new Focus Titanium. Both automobiles were originally bought in this garage.
Changeover date for both automobiles Feb. 2012. Can such apalling values for our automobiles be correct? We are going to shop around but we have no idea what figure we should be looking for. Please , please give us your opinion. Regards, Teresa
Filed under used automobile values - Asked by Teresa Joyce (Ennis, Co. Clare) - Mon, 15 Aug 2011 15:01
When is timing belt due for change on peugeot 807 and what else has to be done with it?
Filed under servicing - Asked by Padraig Sinnott (Donard) - Sun, 14 Aug 2011 11:46
Having changed my spark plugs and leads my automobile loses power after about 10 minutes of driving. What could be the problem?
Filed under fault - Asked by Jason Valentin (Sprighill) - Fri, 05 Aug 2011 02:07
How much would it be to repair a dented boot door from a small rear end accident? No paint damage, just a boot door dent across the width of a automobile bonnet.
Filed under paintwork - Asked by Mark White (Kildare) - Sat, 06 Aug 2011 13:39
Hi guys. Might be a tricky one as its really a matter of opinion but i'm trying to replace a money pit '01 BMW 5 Series with something a little cheaper to run.
I've about 8 to 9k to spend on something in the Mondeo/407/Passat region. Has to be Diesel. I'm not too pushed about mileage as age is more of a concern reliability wise. Obviously very little compares to my current motor for comfort and build quiality but any major flaws you know of with automobiles that class would make the decision a bit easier.
For instance i've heard the Passat has major issues with it's electronic handbrake, A/C, and electrics and the Rover 75 may be tricky for parts. Obviously any recomendations would be personal taste but i'm stumped so any help would be much appreciated. My only absolute no is the Vecta. Been there. No interest in going back. each of suggestions greatly appreciated.
Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Gareth O'Neill (Drogheda) - Mon, 08 Aug 2011 01:51
Hi, I heard from a mate recently that its now possible to change the county of the automobile reg eg Dublin to cork. Is this correct.
Filed under registration - Asked by Jim O'Sullivan (Co.Cork.) - Sat, 30 Jul 2011 21:59
How much is my 2007 Volkswagen Golf GTI 2.0 DSG five-door worth?
Filed under used automobile values - Asked by David Mller (Cork) - Fri, 05 Aug 2011 05:30
I have a 2007 Volvo S80 D5 and it's giving me 7 litres per 100km. I'm thinking of exchanging it for either a Ford Mondeo 1.8 TDCi or a Citroen C5 1.6 - both 2008. Which automobile is better from economy, reliability and safety point of view or should I change at all?
Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Justin Patrick McElwee (Sligo) - Thu, 04 Aug 2011 15:04
Hello, I am looking around for quotes to renew my automobile insurance and I would like to know if Its4women is an ok company, as I was thinking of getting insurance from them as they have given the best quote. This includes my no claims bonus of six years fully protected. Thanks.
Filed under insurance - Asked by Pauline Murphy (Cork) - Tue, 02 Aug 2011 14:41