Driving Lessons

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The best advice for someone preparing for their first driving lesson is to relax and be patient. Learning to drive can be intimidating, but with the right attitude and approach, it can also be a fun and rewarding experience. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for your first driving lesson: Before your […]
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There are several factors that can contribute to the cost of driving lessons, and when you think about it driving tuition is not really expensive. The cost of operating a driving school The costs of operating a driving school can vary widely, depending on a number of factors such as the size and location of […]
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Finding it hard to learn, understand or memorize road signs? Here is a video where Irish driving instructor Dane Tyghe explains in great detail every road sign in Ireland. For some, this could be the easiest and fastest way to learn the road signs. If you are looking for more info related to driving lessons, […]
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If you are a wheelchair user in Ireland and want to learn how to drive, you can do so just like any other individual. The process for obtaining a driver’s license in Ireland is the same for everyone, regardless of physical ability. However, there are some specific considerations to keep in mind if you are […]
caricature of teenager sad after failing driving test
Driving is a crucial skill that requires knowledge, practice, and attention to safety. If you’re planning on taking your driving test any time soon, it’s important to be aware of the common pitfalls that can lead to a failed test. In this article, we’ll explore some of the common reasons why drivers fail their driving […]
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The 33% increase in driving instructors in Ireland is steering the industry into a new era marked by heightened competition and increased choice. For instructors, it calls for differentiation and continuous improvement. For learners, it heralds a wider selection and potentially enhanced quality of instruction.