Booking Your Theory Test

Booking Your Theory Test   Introduced in 2001, the learner driver theory test meant that by law before applying for learner permit, candidates must complete and pass a test of their general road safety knowledge and motoring legislation. It applies to anyone applying...
6 simple tips to ace your Theory Test

6 simple tips to ace your Theory Test

Passing your theory test is a big step towards driving independence. Soon, you’ll be able to take to the open road whenever you want. But passing your theory test isn’t as simple as showing up to the test centre and hoping for the best. To pass it, you need an action...
N Plate drivers: Everything you need to know

N Plate drivers: Everything you need to know

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) considers motorists inexperienced until they have driven over 100,000km in all traffic and weather conditions. That means it would take a driver an estimated seven years to complete. Therefore, newly qualified drivers in Ireland have to...

Learners Permit

Learners Permit   To get your learners permit, you should apply to the National Drivers Licence Service, submitting the valid theory test certificate along with the following documentation: A completed application form D.20 Your current or last driving licence and/or...

The Learning Phase

      The Learning Phase A person in Ireland who wants to get a full driving licence for a motor car or motorcycle has a number of steps to follow: Step 1 Initially, s/he has to pass a driver theory test. This can be taken from age 15 onwards as a pass certificate...

Parent/Guardian Agreement

Parent/Guardian Agreement Form Below is an agreement between any new drivers and their parents/guardians that will hopefully keep them safer on our roads.  You can click on the link below to download a PDF version of the form. You can then print out the agreement form...