Pass Your Driving Test in Ireland

Pass Your Driving Test in Ireland : A Handbook for Success

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For many, the driving test is their last obstacle to independence, increased job opportunities - even freedom and adventure.

For learner drivers preparing for your driving test or international drivers converting to an Irish driving license, this book covers every section of the Irish RSA driving test. Learn to drive safely, discover the most common reasons for failing and avoid accumulating faults during your test. Richly illustrated, completely up-to-date and written by an expert RSA-approved driving instructor with almost twenty years' experience, this book will instil confidence and transform your driving.

Understand each section of the Irish driving test
Know what your tester is looking for
Increase your confidence and prepare for driving test success
Advanced safer driving tips and eco-driving
Raise your driving standard, increase your safety and pass your test first time!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 148 x 210 x 8mm | 291g
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • English
  • 30 Illustrations, color; 10 Halftones, color; 20 Diagrams
  • 1847179630
  • 9781847179630
  • 320,074

About Kathleen Comerford

KATHLEEN COMERFORD has been preparing drivers for driving test success since 1999. She trained at the UK's Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) and worked for several years with the IAM in Ireland. Kathleen trained fleet drivers in risk assessment and has worked with the Irish School of Excellence in running driver education programmes for transition year students.
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