IT'S HERE... THE Finest DRIVING LESSONS Tubber HAS TO OFFER
At RSA School of Motoring we take a refreshingly different approach to driver training. Our years of experience has taught us that you the student are only as good as the teacher. Which is why we continually train and upskill our instructors to not only give you the best driving lesson experience there is to be had in Tubber but also to give you a calm relaxed environment to learn in. That means no stress and no yelling.
Here is why people call us the best driving school in Tubber
We want you to develop as a driver as fast as you can and as safe as you can. Our instructors don't drill the same things into you over and over. They assess your driving and focus on fixing your bad habits and building your road craft.
This level of driving instruction is fantastic but we also feel that gaps between lessons can often slow progress so all our pupils also get free access to our online training platform to help reinforce their learning.
When it comes to value no other driving school in Tubber can offer what we do to our pupils. With our free home study support material you'll be prepared for every lesson and develop faster as a driver than with any other driving school. Covering vital driving skills like driving at night, road positioning and traffic progression this training is like having your own driving instructor with you 24/7.
A Driving School in Tubber you can count on
Tubber, formerly called Kilkeedy, is a Catholic parish in the north of County Clare, Ireland, and an informal village by the same name. Kilkeedy is also a civil parish covering the same area. find out more about Tubber
We all remember the fun engaging teacher at school that made learning easy and fun. And we can recall the lousy teachers that had no business teaching anyone. Not all teachers are made equal and that is certainly no less a fact with approved driving instructors. It is easy to Google 'Driving Lessons Tubber' and find driving instructors near you but which can you trust to best teach you.
Knowledge and professionalism is what you need from a driving instructor. A place where pupils are regularly passing their driving test first time.
RSA School of Motoring have the precise reputation for pupil success we have been talking about and we have the verified reviews to show it. So if you need driving instruction you would be getting a head start choosing us. Read on to discover why.
More than likely you fall into one of two categories. You need to complete or start your 12 EDT driving lessons. Or you need to start your driving test preparation.
Let us start there.
What exactly is the EDT?
EDT Driving Lessons Tubber
You may not know but many years ago Ireland had one of the worst road accident records in Europe. To help control these stats the Road Safety Authority implemented a new and compulsory training initiative for first time drivers. The Essential Driver Training or EDT.
The EDT syllabus requires that 12 structured driving lessons have to be completed, stamped and uploaded to the RSA website by a registered ADI.
Learning to drive safely means knowing and exercising particular driving skills and these 12 EDT lessons have been intended to accomplish that.
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The Test: Essential preparation
Pretest Driving Lessons Tubber
Training to pass the driving test is completely different from learning to drive. You should already have the vital driving skills and road safety knowledge before applying for the test. Our Tubber pretest driving lessons are designed to show you how to beat the test by understanding the situations you will be placed under.
If you have to prepare for the driving test then your head is probably a wash with different emotions. We naturally fear what we don't understand and the unknown. The good news is you don't need to worry any more.
Our pretest driving lessons packages have been refined over many decades to give you a deep understanding of what will happen on test day leaving you without any doubt or fear.
By the end you’ll understand fully the four stages of the test and understand exactly what the driving tester is looking for from you, how they will speak to you on the day and why and when the tester will mark the sheet.
Check out pretest packages in Clare here... or Call 061 574 797 now to book your pretest package.
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Pop Quiz: Driving test questions
Why is a stop sign or a yield sign so shaped?
If defaced or covered in any way, the driver recognises the shape.
What is the meaning of a single white line in the centre of the road?
It divides the road and should not be crossed except in exceptional circumstances e.g. an accident, road works, parked cars, cyclists or other obstructions.
What markings are you likely to find at traffic lights?
Stop line; two pedestrian lines; two yellow lines; continuous white line; yellow box; directional arrows.
What should you not do after overtaking?
Cut in, slow down or stop.
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The idea of freedom that comes with learning to drive is high on the priority list of any young adult. It opens up huge opportunities personally, socially and professionally. Which is precisely why it is the perfect gift idea. Give some the gift of driving and change their life forever.
Learning to drive in an automatic
If you want to learn to driving an automatic in Tubber then you're not alone and we can help. Book your automatic driving lessons with us today.
Can I book with Female Driving Instructor?
Looking for a female driving instructor for your driving lessons? No problem. You can take your essential driver training or pretest lessons with one of our female driving instructors. Just give us a call to book in.
Collection and Drop Off Services
We want your driving lessons to be convenient and easy to do. That is why our driving instructors will pick you up and drop you off from your chosen Clare locations*, be it work, home or college.
We would be proud to help you learn to drive so give us a call now to discuss your driving lesson needs. You won't be disappointed.