Good Luck To Exam Students

Leaving Certificate students in Co Mayo are receiving a ‘good luck’ card via social media from Mayo County Council road safety department in a novel initiative aimed at highlighting road safety prior to exams, the examinations will take place over a 15 day period, commencing on 5th June and concluding on the 25th June. The […]

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Avoid Letting Your Allergy Getting You A Driving Ban

Hay fever sufferers need to examine their medicines and check for any side-effects before driving, road safety professionals are warning. For drivers, hay fever is much more than an inconvenience. If you suffer badly, you probably shouldn’t drive. A sneezing fit can be dangerous on the road, hay fever drugs can also be risky, drivers […]

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Election Posters & Road Traffic Signs

With local and European elections approaching it is important that candidates placing election posters do so in a manner that does not obscure traffic signs. Local Authorities have the power under the Traffic Signs Manual issued by the Department of Transport to take appropriate action to deal with any obstructions or confusion caused to the […]

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Election Posters – Give Road Safety Your No.1

Mayo County Council’s road safety office has issued an appeal to those contesting both the upcoming local and European elections, when erecting election posters and the placement of mobile advertisement boards. With a change in the weather over the next few days we have urged candidates not to hang banners and posters from road overbridges […]

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The Million Miles Truck That’s Now Saving Lives

Ger Tonra, a County Council truck driver recently retired after 43 years with Mayo County Council and so has his County Council truck . For many of those years Ger’s pride and joy was an 19-year-old Volvo FM1036. Ger drove the Volvo daily, going about Council work throughout the far stretches of the county, clocking many miles each day, […]

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