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We provide be-spoke advertising solutions, incorporating Print, Digital & Social Media

  • Proven track record of successful advertising campaigns.
  • 47 years' experience working in the Irish aftermarket.
  • Repeat custom, from many of the most respected manufacturers and parts distributors in the business.
Contact Verona, who will be happy to discuss a package, tailored to your needs: +353 87 261-7179 / +353 91 523-292 


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Autobiz Magazine 2024 Production Schedule

Issue Month Editorial Copy Advert due
July/August 2024
September 2024
October/November 2024
Dec 2024/Jan 2025
18th June
21st August
20th September
18th November
21st June
23rd August
24th September
20th November

Autobiz specifications: Trim Size: 210mm x 297mm (A4)
Advertising Dimensions: (in mm)
  • Cover page A4 proportions + 5mm bleed on right edge
  • Full page (with bleed) 210 x 297 + 5mm bleed
  • Full page (standard) 188 x 274
  • Double page spread 420 x 297 + 5mm bleed on all edges
  • Half page (landscape) 188 x 132
  • Half page (portrait) 89 x 274
  • Third page: (landscape) 188 x 85
  • Quarter Page: 89 x 132
  • Eighth Page: 89 x 61
  • Screen: 150
  • Acceptable Media: all adverts must be supplied electronically
    - or transferred via email (

The magazine is compiled using the latest Adobe InDesign suite on Apple iMacs.

Adobe InDesign files or any format that can be imported into InDesign are acceptable, for example, INDD, PDF*, TIFF, EPS, PSD, JPEG, PNG, etc. PDFs should be Press Ready (High Quality/High Resolution) and images should be 300 dots per inch (DPI) minimum. For any other format, please contact us.

NOTE: Please include all fonts used, including fonts used in generating EPS and PDF documents.

*PDF/X1a: All supplied PDFs should be PDF/X1a compliant. This is easily done by choosing this version of PDF when it is distilled from the original layout software. The PDF/X1a format eliminates many problems that may prevent a PDF from printing as it was designed. The most common problems are missing or corrupted fonts, transparencies and incompatible colour space, such as RGB in web indexed colours. If there are any problems with the PDF, the designer will receive a precise warning message about the problems and can make the needed corrections at that time.

More information about the PDF/X1a format can be found at: