BLOG: 6 # Goals for Driver Education.

BLOG: 6 # Goals for Driver Education.

The (GDE) Matrix is a European-wide framework developed through decades of research in driver behaviour and, is a ‘blueprint’ in educating young drivers on the knowledge and skills, risk and values required to become a competent, safe and socially responsible road...

BLOG: 5 # Driving Legally.

BLOG: 5 # Driving Legally.

To enable a learner driver to take a vehicle onto a public road he/she must first comply with the following.   must hold a learner permit for that category of vehicle. must have Insurance and must have disc displayed (minimum legal requirement is third party...

BLOG: 4 # Driving Lessons and Practice Sessions.

BLOG: 4 # Driving Lessons and Practice Sessions.

Learning to drive can be a very enjoyable experience if done in the right way. It is also a huge undertaking with many responsibilities, commitments and challenges. Research has shown that when learning to drive the best approach is a combination of formal training...

BLOG: 3 # Applying for a Driver Licence Permit.

BLOG: 3 # Applying for a Driver Licence Permit.

Congratulations on passing your Theory Test! See below for details on how to apply for a Larner Permit. When applying for your first Learner Permit, you will need the following Documentation: Evidence of PPSN Driver Theory Test Pass Certificate (dated within 2 years)...

BLOG: 2 # Applying for a Theory Test.

BLOG: 2 # Applying for a Theory Test.

In order to legally drive a mechanically propelled vehicle on a public road in Ireland, you must first obtain a learner permit. For the record, Beaches, Car Parks and Industrial Estates are not classed as private places and you must have a licence to drive in these...

BLOG: 1 # Learning to Drive.

BLOG: 1 # Learning to Drive.

Each year hundreds of people are killed and thousands are seriously injured on Irish roads. The overwhelming majority (approximately ninety per cent) of collisions that result in these deaths and injuries are caused by human error. These startling statistics just...

BLOG: 6 # Goals for Driver Education.

BLOG: 6 # Goals for Driver Education.

The (GDE) Matrix is a European-wide framework developed through decades of research in driver behaviour and, is a ‘blueprint’ in educating young drivers on the knowledge and skills, risk and values required to become a competent, safe and socially responsible road...

BLOG: 5 # Driving Legally.

BLOG: 5 # Driving Legally.

To enable a learner driver to take a vehicle onto a public road he/she must first comply with the following.   must hold a learner permit for that category of vehicle. must have Insurance and must have disc displayed (minimum legal requirement is third party...

BLOG: 4 # Driving Lessons and Practice Sessions.

BLOG: 4 # Driving Lessons and Practice Sessions.

Learning to drive can be a very enjoyable experience if done in the right way. It is also a huge undertaking with many responsibilities, commitments and challenges. Research has shown that when learning to drive the best approach is a combination of formal training...

BLOG: 3 # Applying for a Driver Licence Permit.

BLOG: 3 # Applying for a Driver Licence Permit.

Congratulations on passing your Theory Test! See below for details on how to apply for a Larner Permit. When applying for your first Learner Permit, you will need the following Documentation: Evidence of PPSN Driver Theory Test Pass Certificate (dated within 2 years)...

BLOG: 2 # Applying for a Theory Test.

BLOG: 2 # Applying for a Theory Test.

In order to legally drive a mechanically propelled vehicle on a public road in Ireland, you must first obtain a learner permit. For the record, Beaches, Car Parks and Industrial Estates are not classed as private places and you must have a licence to drive in these...

BLOG: 1 # Learning to Drive.

BLOG: 1 # Learning to Drive.

Each year hundreds of people are killed and thousands are seriously injured on Irish roads. The overwhelming majority (approximately ninety per cent) of collisions that result in these deaths and injuries are caused by human error. These startling statistics just...

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