It is what it says… A Test!
And like any kind of test you need to be prepared.
We cover the Dun Laoghaire Driving Test Route and offer a valuable insight into what you can expect. Knowing the driving test area alone is not sufficient preparation for the driving test but it is an essential part of the preparation. We cover all the roads and junctions on the Test Route and highlight the locations used for the Left Hand Reverse, Turnabout and Hill Start.
So, if you have applied for the driving test or have received your driving test date you need to be sure you’re ready and that you have a high probability of passing.
That means evaluating your driving abilities and skills well in advance of your test date so you will have time to correct any driving faults you may have and improve your chances of success.
Anyone who passes the driving test has prepared effectively and leaving it to luck will only result in failure.
You will already have completed the Essential Driver Training and hopefully have had as much practice as possible but the pre test preparation is a necessary and key component to passing the driving test.
Comprehensive Pre - Test Driving Assessment
This is an in depth evaluation of your driving abilities based on the actual Driving Test Marking process. We use the same criteria as set out by the RSA Driving Test and grade your driving in line with real driving test conditions.
As part of this process you will receive valuable feedback and corrective driver training to bring you to driving test standard.
We use and interpret the official Driving Fault Assessment Guidelines to ensure you are as well prepared as possible and know what is expected to pass your driving test.
Learner DriversDriving Lessons Dublin • Pre-Test Assessment • Essential Driver Training • Pre-test Training
Full Licence HoldersAdvanced Driver Training • Motorway Driving Skills • Parking Skills
Dun Laoghaire Driving Test CentreUnit G9, The Pottery, Pottery Road, Dun Laoghaire
Please be aware
- A vehicle being driven by an unaccompanied learner driver can be detained by Gardaí
- The owner of a vehicle who allows an unaccompanied learner or unlicensed driver to drive their vehicle is liable to have their vehicle seized by the Gardaí and could face a fine of up to €1,000.
- A learner driver detected of driving unaccompanied faces financial fines and penalty points and possibly a Court conviction
- A lower threshold of penalty points leading to disqualification will apply to any driver who is granted their first learner permit on or after 1 August 2014 while they drive under a learner permit and subsequently during the first two years while they drive under their first full driving licence.