Driving Lessons in Churchtown

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Featured Instructors


McEvoy, Stephen (34537)

368 Mourne Road: Drimnagh: Covering Rathgar: Churchtown and Tallaght


Devitt, Noel (35896)

13 A Moreen Park: Sandyford: Rathgar: Churchtown


Doyle, Manuel (37558)

321 Nutgrove Ave: Churchtown


Keogh, Bernard (37876)

Rathgar: Churchtown: Tallaght

Driving Lessons Churchtown

Pretest Driving Lesson in Churchtown and the Driving Test

The driving test is a rite of passage for most folks - up there with your first day at school and trying to ride a bicycle. The pass rates are likely higher than you think although the test has a bit of a standing that is daunting. And, like with any examination, with proper preparation and a Churchtown ADI you have a great chance of passing.

To pass the driving test you may need to

  • Maintain proper control over the vehicle at all times
  • Show anticipation and awareness
  • Take appropriate precautions when going off, stopping, overtaking, altering direction and meeting other traffic in Churchtown
  • Make acceptable and safe advancement when driving and when meeting and crossing the path of other vehicles

But first you might need to carry out your essential driver training in Churchtown

Precisely what does EDT entail?

EDT is a training course of Twelve one-hour lessons. These lessons are designed to cover certain critical driving skills and improve your practical driving skills.

As you complete each lesson, your Churchtown Driving Instructor will record how you're progressing in a specially issued logbook.

You should also have a Sponsor, an experienced driver (many student drivers select a relative) who will oversee your driving practice outside of lessons in Churchtown, and will also monitor your progress in your EDT logbook.

After you finish your EDT program, you may still want additional support lessons in Churchtown with an Approved driving instructor to enhance your driving skills. Additionally, it is best to practice with your Sponsor whenever possible to get comfortable behind the wheel.

On the day of your driving test, you need to bring your finished logbook on the designated test date, because you may be asked to show it to the examiner.