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Graham’s School of Motoring turns forty five this year

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A Galway driving school which has been advertising with the Galway Advertiser classifieds since the first edition in 1970 is marking its 45th year in business this year.

Graham’s School of Motoring turns 45 this year

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A Galway driving school which has been advertising with the Galway Advertiser classifieds since the first edition in 1970 is marking its 45th year in business this year.

Calleary questions why Ballina does not have driver’s licence facility

Ballina-based Dáil Deputy Dara Calleary has questioned why there is no driver’s licence centre in Ballina despite the fact that the headquarters of the Road Safety Authority is located in the town. The Fianna Fáil Deputy said it makes no sense that the RSA, which operates the new driver’s license system, does not allow drivers to get their licences from the Ballina facility.

Road deaths in Mayo fall by forty three per cent

Road fatality figures released by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) have revealed that there was a 43 per cent reduction in road deaths in Mayo during the Government Road Safety Strategy 2007 to 2012 when compared to the period of the previous strategy which ran from 2004 to 2006. These figures were announced as the RSA prepares to finalise the next Road Safety Strategy which will span an eight year period from 2013 to 2020.

Drug driving a growing danger on our roads

The Western Region Drugs Task Force has joined forces with the Road Safety Authority and An Garda Síochána to put out a warning to drivers this Christmas to stay off the roads if they are under the influence of either drugs or alcohol.

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Since the Road Safety Strategy 2007 to 2012 was introduced in 2007, road deaths have dropped by 50 per cent. When compared to the year before the introduction of the first ever road safety strategy in 1998, deaths have fallen by 59 per cent.

Drivers advised to carry out regular vehicle safety checks

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Almost seven out of 10 vehicles inspected as part of a free five-point safety check at Advance Pitstop centres during Irish Road Safety Week were found to have been in need of some basic safety work.

Drivers advised to carry out regular vehicle safety checks

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Almost seven out of 10 vehicles inspected as part of a free five-point safety check at Advance Pitstop centres during Irish Road Safety Week were found to have been in need of some basic safety work.

RSA launches 'Register of Approved Driving Instructors'

From May 1 learner drivers paying for driving lessons should only use an approved driving instructor who registered with the Road Safety Authority.

RSA launches Register of Approved Driving Instructors

From May 1 learner drivers paying for driving lessons should only be using an approved driving instructor who registered with the Road Safety Authority.

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