How to pass the driving test in Tallaght?

Drive properly. O.k. I’ll give a better answer. Learn to drive to drive from a good instructor, who is telling you the right information from the start. Take a fair number of lessons to get your EDT done. Practice properly. Keep trying to do what your instructor has told you, when you practice between lessons with your sponsor. If you can’t do this, it means more lessons. Give your instructor enough notice of your test date, a few weeks minimum to make sure they can get the timing right for the last few pretest lessons. Study the theory questions, road signs, under the bonnet and internal controls. Make sure your leaner permit, insurance, tax, NCT, tyres and lights are all in order before your test day. Once you get in there, you have to realise that you have done all of your preparation so you can now show the tester how well you can drive. Saying ‘Don’t be nervous’ is pointless. But try not let the nerves affect your driving. Accept that you may make mistake. But do not panic. Just fix them and get back to the proper driving that you have been doing for months.

Who is the best instructor in Tallaght?

This one is contentious. Personally, I grew up in Tallaght, between Millbrook Lawns and Old Bawn. But my colleague, Barney spends more time giving driving lessons in Tallaght now and there are a few other good ADIs that we work with too. Between the two of us, we have about thirty years of experience as driving instructors ( as of 2020 ). This makes us sound old and to be honest if you are seventeen, we are a bit old. But it does mean that we really, really know how to do our job very well. There is a difference between giving driving lessons and giving good, driving lessons. A large part of that is working with you to make the lessons tailored to suit you as an individual. We can start with a certain plan. But when we talk to you more and assess your driving this plan can change. Our reviews and testimonials are honest and not forced. We show a selection on this site and the do show were they came from. We don’t take photos of every customer or coerce them into writing a review. I would hate if I finished a meal in a restaurant and the waiter tried to take my picture for their social media. When it comes to finding a good instructor talk to us. Have a chat. See if you like what we have to say. Be careful of pushy driving schools who jump straight to looking for your credit card details and full payment upfront. Take a lesson and decide if you want to continue or not. You have to decide who is the best instructor for you.

Driving lessons are available in all parts of Tallaght; including Old Bawn, Springfield etc.