FORGET THE REST, LEARN FROM THE BEST AND PASS YOUR DRIVING TEST
It costs €85 to apply for a practical driving test for a Category B (car or light van)
It is now quite expensive compared to the old price of €38.
See the RSA website for prices for other vehicle categories.
If you fail you driving test it means that you need to pay another €85 to re-apply and some driving test applicants fail again and again simply because of lack of preparation. If you continue to fail each time you could be spending nearly €500 on driving test applications alone.It will be cheaper in the long run for you to get a course of pre-test lessons before it from a qualified ADI instructor like myself. Time and time again driving test applicants fail the test or have to re-apply without even driving your car because:
You are late for you test appointment or you don't turn up at all
Your vehicle does not display a valid tax, insurance and/or an NCT disc
Your vehicle is not road worthy:
Warning light on the dashboard, i.e engine management (most common), airbag, oil, service, fuel reserve is low
Heavy petrol fumes in the cabin
Tyre threads are too low or not enough air in the tyres or the tyres are worn or cracked and not deemed to be roadworthy
Front or rear indicators don't work
Head restraints not fitted and faulty safety belts
Any noise coming from the car that may suggest to the driver tester that the vehicle is not in road worthy condition.
You keep changing the test centre so you are unfamiliar with the driving test route/zone so you don't know what to expect
You continue to change your driving instructor so you are given similar but possibly difference advice and you're no unsure what to do in certain situations throughout the test. If you fail more than twice with the same instructor then maybe think about changing driving instructors.
For more of the most common driving test failure points visit the "Test Sheet"page.
CONGRATULATIONS to Tanya Chevel from Harmonstown who passed her driving test FIRST TIME in Raheny on 7/1/15 with 6 Grade 2 faults and 5 hours instruc
CONGRATULATIONS to Ciaran Pender from Beaumont who passed her driving test FIRST TIME in Raheny on 9/1/15 with 5 Grade 2 faults.
CONGRATULATIONS Karrie Keogh from Kilbarrack who passed her driving test on 26/01/15 in Raheny.
CONGRATULATIONS to Conall O'Brien from Clontarf who passed his driving test FIRST TIME on 11/2/15 in Raheny with just 3 Grade 2 faults.
CONGRATULATIONS to Orlaith Casey from Finglas who passed her driving test on 16/2/15 in Finglas with 7 Grade 2 faults.
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