How to Renew your Driving Licence:

https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/travel_and_recreation/motoring_1/driver_licensing/renewing_a_full_driving_licence.html You are required to carry your driving licence with you at all times when driving. When your driving licence runs out, you must renew it if you want to continue driving. If your licence is lost, stolen or damaged, you can find out about replacing a lost, stolen or damaged

Applying for a Driving Licence:

https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/travel_and_recreation/motoring_1/driver_licensing/full_driving_licence.html When you pass a driving test, you can apply for a driving licence for the category of vehicle which you were tested for. This document explains how to apply for your driving licence after you have passed a driving test. In other documents you will find information on: Renewing your driving licenceUpdating

How to Apply for a Learner Permit to Drive a Car:

https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/travel_and_recreation/motoring_1/driver_licensing/learner_driving_permits_for_cars_and_work_vehicles.html You must have at least a learner permit in order to drive a car in a public place. The learner permit must be for the appropriate category of vehicle and you must always have it with you when you are driving. This document explains how to apply for, or renew, a

Vehicle Adaptation and Driving:

h This document provides details of some of the requirements and schemes available to drivers and passengers with a disability. The Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland (DDAI) and the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) have very useful information available on their websites covering a wide range of motoring topics and issues, from driving lessons and

National Standards Authority of Ireland Approved Conversion Companies

National Standards Authority of Ireland Approved Conversion Companies Dublin: Parfit Ltd. Old School House Works Cloghran Swords Co. Dublin 01-8407880 Contact: Pat Fitzsimons www.parfit.ie Email: pat@parfit.ie   OC Cars & Mobility Ltd. Unit 1, Woodlawn Business Park Old Airport Road, Cloghran Co.Dublin 01-8332301 Contact: Tanya Bruen www.occars.ie – sales@occars.ie  

Learning To Drive With Various Learning Difficulties

Learning To Drive With Various Learning Difficulties: Learning difficulties present in various forms and are often hidden. Some have a diagnosis whereas as others are more difficult to detect. Some examples include, Asperger’s syndrome, dyslexia, autism, and dyspraxia. The affects of a disability or condition differs for each person and

Individual Vehicle Approval (IVA) certification

Individual Vehicle Approval (IVA) Certification: With effect from 29 April 2012, all Disabled Drivers and Passengers buying a new car and entering the VRT/VAT relief scheme will be required to have Individual Vehicle Approval (IVA) certification. The Revenue Commissioners will not process applications after this date for VRT/VAT relief for

Hire of Adapted Vehicles

Hire of Adapted Vehicles: For information on the hire of vehicles with adaptations for disabled drivers passengers please contact the Irish Wheelchair Association or Motability Ireland.

Driving Tests for Drivers with Disabilities

Driving tests for drivers with disabilities: All drivers (including drivers with disabilities) who have been issued with 2 two-year learner driving permits are required to undergo a driving test. This requirement to undergo a driving test is compulsory. It is important to be aware of the fact that you may not

Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland

Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland : Below is a list of motor companies that offer a discount to DDAI members when purchasing a new vehicle. Discounts vary so we advise that you contact your nearest distributor for further information. Toyota Volvo Renault Dacia Ford VW Nissan FIAT Peugeot Hyundai Opel