Driving Lessons in Templeogue

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Featured Instructors


O'Farrell, Martin (36021)

: Templeogue: and Walkinstown


Dermody, Martin (37143)

46 Templeroan Way: Templeogue


King, Carmel (35313)

46 Landsdowne Park: Templeogue


Johansson, Henric (35354)

21 Rushbrook Way: Templeogue


Lawlor, Ronald (34913)

122 Orwell Park View: Templeogue


King, William (35306)

Knocklyon: Templeogue

Driving Lessons Templeogue

Pretest Driving Lesson in Templeogue 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 bike. The test has a bit of a reputation that is daunting but the pass rates are probably higher than you believe. And, like with any assessment, with appropriate training and a Templeogue instructor you have a great chance of passing.

To pass the driving test you'll need to

  • Reveal recognition and expectation
  • Take proper precautions when moving off, halting, overtaking, shifting direction and meeting other traffic in Templeogue
  • Make safe and acceptable advancement when meeting and crossing the path of other vehicles when driving

However you might need to carry out your essential driver training in Templeogue

Precisely what does Essential Driving Training involve?

EDT is a program of Twelve one-hour lessons. These lessons are designed to cover specific critical driving skills and improve your practical driving abilities.

As you complete each lesson, your Templeogue Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) will log how you're progressing in a logbook that is specially issued.

You should also have a Sponsor, an experienced driver (many student drivers select a relative) who will supervise your driving practice outside of lessons in Templeogue, and will also track your improvement in your EDT logbook.

After you complete your EDT program, you may still need added lessons in Templeogue with an Driving instructor to improve your driving abilities. Furthermore, you should practice with your Sponsor whenever possible to get confident in the driver's seat.

On the designated test date, you must bring your fulfilled logbook on the day of your driving test, because you may be required to show it to the examiner.