MAG Ireland Phone App

mag_ireland_app_launch_1-250MAG Ireland Launches New Smart Phone App – Irish riders now have a new source of information as MAG Ireland today launched a new smart phone app in association with Carole Nash.

The app features event listings, dealer directory, services, and much more besides. Available for iOS and most Android smart phones.

Speaking at the launch, Victor Donnelly, P.R.O. for MAG Ireland said:

“we’re delighted to be here with Carole Nash today to launch the new MAG Ireland App, and we believe this is a first for any riders rights organisation in Europe. We have a fantastic team of people who have worked hard to put this together, and we’re really looking forward to hearing people’s reviews and comments.”

The app was developed by MAG Ireland members with direct input from the Irish motorcycle community.

Features include:

Events listings

    • Regularly updated
    • Rallies
    • Racing
    • Charity ride outs and more

Comprehensive list of dealers

  • with maps and turn by turn navigation

Comprehensive list of services including:

    • Shops
    • Mechanics
    • Breakers
    • Recovery
    • Trainers, etc.

Traffic and weather info

MAG Ireland news and information

Emergency information

MAG Ireland are also working on additional features and content including a list of approved IBT trainers, and more besides!

You can add bike related events and your motorcycle or scooter related business.

For more info and to download the App, go to the MAG Ireland website – Click Here


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  1. And don’t forget here is what the Highway Code says about mobile phone use: In Rule 97 Before setting off. You should ensure that you have switched off your mobile phone.
    Rule 149 Mobile phones and in-vehicle technology
    You MUST exercise proper control of your vehicle at all times. You MUST NOT use a hand-held mobile phone, or similar device, when driving or when supervising a learner driver, except to call 999 or 112 in a genuine emergency when it is unsafe or impractical to stop. Never use a hand-held microphone when driving. Using hands-free equipment is also likely to distract your attention from the road. It is far safer not to use any telephone while you are driving or riding – find a safe place to stop first or use the voicemail facility and listen to messages later.
    Northern Ireland – Laws RTO 1995 Arts 10, 12 & 56A & CUR regs 120 & 125A
    GB – Laws RTA 1988 sects 2 & 3 & CUR regs 104 & 110
    Rule 270 Stopping
    You MUST NOT stop on the carriageway, hard shoulder, slip road, central reservation or verge except in an emergency, or when told to do so by the police, an emergency sign or by flashing red light signals. Do not stop on the hard shoulder to either make or receive mobile phone calls.
    Many of the rules in the Code are legal requirements, and if you disobey these rules you are committing a criminal offence. You may be fined, given penalty points on your licence or be disqualified from driving. In the most serious cases you may be sent to prison. Such rules are identified by the use of the words ‘MUST/MUST NOT.’ In addition, each rule includes an abbreviated reference to the legislation which creates the offence. An explanation of the abbreviations is on page 125.
    Although failure to comply with the other rules of the Code will not, in itself, cause a person to be prosecuted, The Highway Code may be used in evidence in any court proceedings under the Traffic Legislation (see page 125) to establish liability. This includes rules that use advisory wording such as ‘should/should not’ or ‘do/do not’.
    Highway Code – Northern Ireland – Click Here

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