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Monday 30 January 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# drive safe

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# drive safe
Motorists urged to slow down and take extra care ahead of long bank holiday weekend
The RSA and An Garda Síochána are appealing for all road users to act responsibly and not to drink and drive.
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# driver reviver
Road authority to provide free cups of coffee to drivers over bank holiday weekend
The RSA and gardaí have implored cyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians to wear high-visibility clothing when on the roads over the weekend as the clocks go back.
# commuter chaos
Traffic is currently an absolute mess on the Stillorgan dual carriageway coming into Dublin
It’s gridlock coming into the city from the south at present.
# drive safe
Is my car insurance void if I drive in a red weather alert?
Insurance Ireland has clarified that a post doing the rounds on social media is false.
# drive safe
Ireland's drunk drivers will leave siblings to die and move bodies to avoid arrest
The Road Safety Authority is urging people not to get behind the wheel after drinking this weekend.
# drive safe
Hundreds of excessive speeders caught by gardaí on 'Slow Down Day'
The enforcement operation will continue until tomorrow morning.
# visibility poor
Drive safe: Met Éireann issues fog warning for across the country
The fog will clear in the afternoon.
# wakey wakey
'Stop, sip, sleep': New ad targets drivers who nod off at the wheel
Driver fatigue is a contributory factor in as many as one in five drive deaths in Ireland each year.
# Weather Warning
Snow is on the way... but first we have to battle with battering winds
There will be weather warnings in place across the country.
# drive safe
Careful now: There's frost and ice on the roads this morning
So, it’s definitely winter now.
# drive safe
Gardaí will be out in force to ensure everyone has a ‘safe and fun’ St. Patrick’s weekend
“Between 2007 to 2013, 17 people were killed and seriously injured on our roads on St. Patrick’s Day