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Driving lessons in Dublin

We have highly qualified and excellent driving instructors who are familiar with all the best roads for effective driving lessons. They also know great areas where you can practice between driving lessons.
It is imperative to practice in order to build your confidence and accelerate your learning abilities. Driving especially requires proper practice in order to fully master the skills and become an expert behind the wheel.
As one of Dublin’s leading driving schools, Driveline makes it easier for you to establish adequate practice under our guidance. We will correct any mistakes you make and steer you in the right direction again.
Driving lessons in Dublin are designed to help you achieve the following:

Old Navan Road, Damastown, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15, D15 XHP3
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CPC PRACTICAL TEST (BUS)
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CPC PRACTICAL TEST (TRUCK/ARTIC)
Block 3/5, Jamestown Business Park, Jamestown Road, Finglas, D11 TDE9
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CPC PRACTICAL TEST (BUS)
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CPC PRACTICAL TEST (TRUCK/ARTIC)
Block 3/5, Jamestown Business Park, Jamestown Road, Finglas, D11 TDE9
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CPC PRACTICAL TEST (BUS)
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CPC PRACTICAL TEST (TRUCK/ARTIC)
Unit 9, Century Business Park, Charlestown, Dublin 11, D11 FY74
Licence categories covered
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Premier Business Park, 52 Broomhill Road, Tallaght, D24 VE8E
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4 All Saints Park, Raheny, Dublin 5, D05 HH42
Licence categories covered
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CPC PRACTICAL TEST (BUS)
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CPC PRACTICAL TEST (TRUCK/ARTIC)
St. Brigid’s Parish Resource Centre, 306 Howth Road, Killester, DO5 FF96
Licence categories covered
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Highline Building, Bakers Point, Pottery Road, Dun Laoghaire, A96 KW29
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Challenges at a level that is convenient for your experience

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You will be given these mild challenges so that you will be able to fully test your driving skills as well as develop your confidence behind the wheel.

Instructions that are automatic or manual

The safest way to drive is to drive an automatic car, which has a brake, accelerator, and no clutch. The car automatically changes gears for you, so you no longer need to think about gears and clutches.
In a manual car, there is a brake, accelerator, and clutch. You will be responsible for changing gears on your own while driving the vehicle.
The majority of Irish drivers prefer to learn to drive using manual lessons. This is because most commercial vehicles are manual, and a person with a standard driving licence is often assumed to be capable of driving an automatic vehicle.
Driveline driving school in Dublin recognizes that manual lessons are not for everyone. Automatic lessons offer a faster learning curve, so some individuals prefer them.
In heavy traffic, automatic cars are easier to drive. However, manual lessons are cheaper and allow you to drive both types of vehicles.
Whether you prefer manual or automatic cars, Driveline has some of the most experienced driving instructors in Dublin who can provide you with effective driving lessons.

Center for driving tests in Dublin

In spite of the fact that many people believe manual lessons take more time, a good driving school can make a difference and reduce the amount of time required to learn. This is because we provide practical lessons. In order to prepare you for your practical driving test, we take you through a step-by-step process.