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What ever the vehicle, Advance Drive has you covered

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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 ).

Castlebar man arrested while celebrating before his wedding

A 22-year-old man who refused to provide a blood or urine sample when arrested on the suspicion of drink driving was disqualified from driving for four years at Castlebar District Court this week.

Learner driver crossed road in front of oncoming car

A learner driver who crossed into the path of an oncoming car, while he was attempting to turn right, was convicted for careless driving at Ballina District Court on Tuesday.

Clifden records third highest driving test pass rates

Clifden driving test centre boasts one of the highest pass rates in the country, according to figures from the Road Safety Authority (RSA).

Man disqualified from driving following accident

A father of five from Pakistan was disqualified from driving for one year at this week’s sitting of Castlebar District Court.

Essential Driver Training now compulsory

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.

Essential driver training now compulsory

Starting this week, learner drivers must take compulsory lessons as part of a new licensing system.

Essential driver training now compulsory

Starting this week, learner drivers must take compulsory lessons as part of a new licensing system.

Sentencing adjourned on learner driver until January

Judge Mary Devins adjourned sentencing this week on a Ballinrobe man who pleaded guilty to driving without insurance. Thomas Ackroyd, Carrowkeel, Ballinrobe, Co Mayo, was detected after being involved in an accident at Scardaun, Claremorris, on November 23 2009.

A positive year to date at Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip

It can certainly be said that the year to date at Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip has been eventful. While core values seem to have returned to the property market in Galway, the city-based firm’s two generations of experience has seen it come through this tough period in the Irish economy. Having tailored their business to match the times we are in, the team in Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip know that, as history has shown, the market will turn again.

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