IMPORTANT NOTICE

 

Closure of driving test application system from Thursday 26 November 2020.  

Our brand new customer portal, MyRoadSafety will go live on Monday 30 November 2020. This will give you access to all of our digital services, including a new and improved driving test booking system.

MyRoadSafety allows you to safely manage your driver information, test bookings, permits and licences from the comfort of your own home.   However, to prepare for this move we‘ll have to close our current driving test application system and ask for your patience while we get things up and running for you.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Driver Testing Service

Under Covid19 Level 5 Government restrictions effective from midnight on Wednesday 21 October, for six weeks, you can attend your scheduled driving test appointment provided you are an essential worker involved in the provision of essential services or essential retail outlets. You can view the list of essential services at Level 5 on www.gov.ie 

Cancelling your Test

If you are not involved in the provision of essential services or essential retail outlets, please cancel you test appointment here.

Waiting for a Test Date?

We are experiencing a high demand for driving tests at the moment. If you have submitted a driving test application we will be in touch with an appointment date, there is no need to contact us.

Need a test urgently?

If you are an essential worker and require an urgent test in connection with that work, then you can request a test here.  

Finding an instructor

Be confident about getting the best driving education you can by using an RSA approved driving instructor (ADI). There are more than 1,500 ADIs across the country – they are your passport to a long and safe driving career.

 

The Road Safety Authority and the ADI Stakeholders Forum have jointly developed the ADI Voluntary Code of Practice to help  Driving Instructors provide an excellent level of customer service to their clients. The document sets out standards within which learner drivers can reasonably expect their driving instructors to operate.

 

All ADIs who have signed up to the ADI Voluntary Code of Practice will have The Quality approved mark displayed on their address page.

  


 

Some RSA Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) provide driving tuition for students that are deaf or hard of hearing (DOHOH) and for students with restricted mobility who may require the use of vehicle adaptations as part of their driver training. Please find the list of ADIs who provide this here 

What is ADI?

Explaining what approved driving instructors (ADIs) are and why they are good for the learner driver

Find an instructor

Look up the list of Approved Driving Intructors (ADIs)

Report an Instructor

What to do if your instructor is unlicensed, or if you witness unlicensed driving instruction in your area.

Learning to drive videos