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With the emphasis this year being on 'staycations', most of us will be travelling to our holiday destinations by car. High temperatures and the busy roads of summer can put extra demands on cars and drivers. It is important that you take some extra safety precautions to ensure you get to your destination safely. Kevin Burke Tyres has some useful tips to help reduce the risk of breakdowns and keep stress levels to a minimum.
The Road Safety Authority is urging multiple learner permit holders, eligible to sit a driving test, to apply for one without delay.
A Galway man has been awarded a Road Safety Authority Leading Lights Approved Driving Instructor (Car) award for 2017.
New research by Liberty Insurance suggests nearly three in four Irish drivers (74 per cent) do not feel confident when driving in poor weather conditions.
Advance Drive in Salthill, Galway was established in 1989 and has been providing driver training to new and professional drivers for over 25 years. Advance Drive provides Driver CPC Training courses running weekly in The McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris and the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill as well as manual handling and Safe Pass training courses. As the Driver CPC deadline is fast approaching Advance Drive are encouraging drivers not to wait until the deadline to get their CPC up to date. The deadline for truck and bus drivers to have their CPC modules completed is the Wednesday, September 9.
Advance Drive School of Motoring now offers a recruitment service.
Philip Rice, Instructor and Managing Director of Advance Drive School of Motoring in Salthill, Galway has won the prestigious Leading Lights in Road Safety Award for Approved Driving Instructor of the Year 2014 for the Truck Category.
Advance Drive is Galway’s largest and most successful driving school with a pass rate second to none. Established in 1989 Advance Drive is located in Salthill, Galway, and is the only driving school in the west of Ireland that offers tuition in every category of vehicle (A, A1, B, BE, C1, C, CE, D1, D ).
Galway city offers the best value in the country for teaching motorists to drive, according to the National Consumer Agency which has published the findings of its latest price survey.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has announced that the new Essential Driver Training (EDT) programme, which requires learner drivers to take compulsory driving lessons for category B vehicles (cars and light vans), has been introduced since Monday April 4.