IRISH TRAFFIC SIGNS – the essential guide
Having been involved in the driver training industry for many years, I’ve been amazed at the lack of written directions and information on the vast majority of traffic signs encountered on Irish roads. How can a learner driver, or any driver for that matter, understand and comply with the rules and regulations that govern signs if they have no guidance as to what they are or what they mean. As a new driver, learning and understanding traffic signs is an integral part of driver education, and part of the legal criteria for getting a full driver’s licence in Ireland. It is a key component in both the theory and practical elements of learning to drive. “Irish Traffic Signs – The Essential Guide” is the first and only publication to provide a comprehensive review of the signage system in Ireland and offers an in-depth explanation on an extensive range of signs, from the most common to the more obscure, all of which are likely to be encountered on Irish roads. Packed with over eight hundred signs, signals and road markings, this beautifully illustrated manual is a handy reference guide for anyone starting out on their driving career, or for a more advanced learner who may be preparing for their driving test. This eBook publication is an ideal companion and builds on the information provided in the Official Rules of the Road.
“Irish Traffic Signs – The Essential Guide” is the definitive guide to the Irish traffic sign system. This digital publication, the first of its kind in Ireland, is packed with over 800 replica signs, signals and road marking illustrations. A must read if you’re starting out on your driving career or if you’re a more advanced learner who may be preparing for your driving test. Access anytime…..anywhere…..with a convenient eBook format on your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Come inside the store TODAY and get your copy of the ultimate mobile training aid for LEARNER DRIVERS.
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As a new driver, learning and understating traffic signs is an integral part of driver education. Studying this comprehensive guide will not only give you an insight into the majority of traffic signs encountered on Irish roads but will also give the necessary information to avoid potential danger
A comprehensive guide to Irish Traffic Signs. An essential read for all drivers.
This is an exhaustive collection of more than 800 signs that will be invaluable to anyone, especially tourists, driving or planning to drive in Ireland.
This colourful traffic-signs guide is a must read for every Irish motorist.
Would recommend this beautifully illustrated guide to anyone planning a driving holiday in Ireland. Found it really helpful on my travels.
Mr Signs has been involved in the driver training industry in Ireland for many years and has numerous qualifications, awards and certificates in driving tuition and in advanced driving. His primary focus is educating NEW and NOVICE drivers, through various social media and digital platforms, on the knowledge and skills and on the risk and values required to become a competent, safe and socially responsible road user. The main emphasis is to promote awareness of the current laws, rules, regulations, customs and practices that govern our licensing, training and testing. Mr Sign’s driving experience spans over 25 years and he is a dedicated road safety advocate.
His first eBook publication…….”IRISH TRAFFIC SIGNS – The Essential Guide” was launched on various platforms after rave reviews from industry expects. This comprehensive guide takes you through the minefield of signs, signals and road markings that make up the traffic sign system, and lays it out in a structured and easy to follow format. This is the first and only manual of its kind on the Irish market, making it a must read if you’re starting out on your driving career, or if you’re a more advanced learner who may be preparing for your driving test. It is also a useful addition on your smartphone or tablet if you are planning a driving holiday in Ireland.