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On this page is a list of relevant links within the industry

Department of Environment

Website: http://www.environ.ie

Government Department with responsibility for environmental matters and local government.

FIGIEFA

Website: http://www.figiefa.eu/

FIGIEFA is the European federation and political representative in Brussels of the independent wholesalers and retailers of automotive replacement parts and their associated repair chains. Together with its 19 national European members it represents the interests of more than 30,000 companies trading with vehicle parts, components and accessories.

IAAF

Website: http://www.iaaf.co.uk/

The IAAF continues the ADF's renowned record of standing up for its members on a wide-range of issues including: Block Exemption Regulations; EURO 5, & 6; Garage Codes of Practice; and much, much more. This work now extends to include our garage members' interests - we will work tirelessly to ensure that your concerns are heard at the heart of government.

Right2Choose

Website: http://www.right2choose.org.uk/

Right2Choose is all about informing motorists that they don't have to use franchised dealers for servicing and that going elsewhere will not invalidate their warranty.

RSA

Website: http://www.rsa.ie/

The Road Safety Authority or RSA, is a state agency formed by the Irish Government to promote road safety. The agency has devolved control of much of the work of the Department of Transport.

SIMI

Website: http://www.simi.ie/

Representing the views of the motor industry to the government, state bodies, the media and the motoring public.

The AA

Website: http://www.theaa.ie

Car Insurance, Home Insurance, Travel Insurance and Breakdown Cover from AA Ireland Insurance providing many membership benefits and services in Ireland.

The Department of Transport

Website: http://www.transport.ie

Ensure that the transport, tourism and sport sectors make the greatest possible contribution to economic recovery, fiscal consolidation, job creation and social development.

The Parts Alliance

Website: http://www.thepartsalliance.com

The Parts Alliance is a major force in the distribution of parts in the automotive aftermarket.

The Right to Repair Campaign

Website: http://www.r2rc.eu

Right to Repair Campaign gathers a wide range of aftermarket stakeholders and motorist consumers' representatives to defend not only their very right to repair but most importantly, consumers right to have their vehicles serviced, maintained and repaired at a workshop of their choice.

 

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