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Dublin: 3 °C Saturday 14 December, 2019

#Drive safely

From TheJournal.ie Free coffee and drug warnings as motorists advised to take care this May bank holiday Drive Safely

Free coffee and drug warnings as motorists advised to take care this May bank holiday

There were no deaths on the roads during the Easter weekend, and authorities are calling for the same this time around.

From TheJournal.ie What's the best way to handle tailgating? Back Off

What's the best way to handle tailgating?

How to avoid tailgating other cars and what to do when someone is driving too close to you.

THE DEPARTMENT of Transport has urged anyone planning on making journeys of any sort this evening to check the latest travel advice before they set out. The Department’s website now includes a page with links to the most up-to-date travel information from public transport providers and local councils. The Road Safety Authority has also repeated its request that motorists leave extra time for their journeys, with sleet and snow continuing to fall nationwide.