On Friday, 18th November, Mahony Fleet hosted a business breakfast for our Alphabet International and OneNet Partner colleagues in the Denis Mahony Lexus showroom on Exit 5 M50. The event coincided with the Fleet Europe Summit which was held in Dublin’s Convention...
We are delighted to announce that from Tuesday, 1st November Avis Fleet Solutions will become Mahony Fleet. We are a third-generation family-owned and run Irish business and, while we have enjoyed a very strong relationship with Avis Budget Group over the last number...
Learn about your legal responsibility as an operator of a commercial vehicle. A Daily walk-around check must be carried out in order to identify any defects. Keeps your staff and others safe on the road.
Recommendations for Avis Fleet Solutions to avoid DPF problems. Avoid hassle and visits to the workshop on cold days and keep your car safe this winter.
Since 2009 diesel vehicles have been fitted with diesel particular filters in order to reduce carbon emissions. The diesel particle filter system filters soot particles out of the exhaust gases. The system includes a self-cleaning function that runs automatically during driving without any notification. The filter is cleaned by periodically burning off the soot particles at high temperatures.
Avis Fleet Solutions are an international partner of Alphabet and have been working with them for a continuous number of years. Alphabet have recently announced a refreshment on their brand and have set new values with a focus on sustainable mobility.
The New Fully Electric Volvo XC40.
A premium selection for a family SUV, with the quality comfort and style presented in the shape of the new Volvo XC40 which was launched with petrol engines, plug-in hybrids, or fully electric.
The 2022 Budget presented on October 12th contained a number of elements that will impact the automotive industry in 2022 and subsequent years. This budget has surprised the automotive industry, and many are disappointed with the electric vehicle BIK tapering. The new budget brought mixed feelings to motorists as fuel prices are to rise yet.
The news is currently dominated by Coronavirus and we wanted to reassure you we are vigilantly implementing enhanced protocols to ensure your safety.
We expect more changes in how people want to travel, the technology they use, and how governments are attempting to improve the environment, which can be verified with the Government policies on show and also the nature of the recent budget.
The winter months bring adverse weather conditions and longer periods of darkness making driving conditions more hazardous. Taking a number of simple precautions can ensure safety on Irish roads during winter.