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County Galway Driving Schools

Posted on 23 October 2013, under the category By Darragh Dunne ADIRegional Driving Instructors

Learn Well Driving School understands that learning to drive is not easy at the best of times and for some is much harder. Even just affording the lessons can be a challenge for some, so the aim of Learn Well Driving School becomes providing quality tuition at an affordable price. Call Martin, owner and ADI at Learn Well Driving School, to ask about discounts for student, unemployed & lesson bundles. Martin Barrett is an RSA approved driving instructor ( no f37511 ). He was ISM trained and holds a Fetac Level 6 specific purpose certificate car driving instruction.

Learn Well Driving School offers a door to door service or you are welcome to use the driving school, 2011 dual controlled Toyota Yaris. Martincan frequently be seen giving driving lessons to many of the locals in; Ballybane, Ballybrit, Barna, Bohermore, Briarhill, Bushypark, Corcullen, Claddagh, Dangan, Doughiska, Headford Road, Knocknacarra, Menlo, Merlin, Merlin Park, Mervue, Moycullen, Newcastle, Oranhill, Rahoon, Renmore, Roscam, Salthill, Shantalla, Taylor’s Hill, Tonabrocky, Tuam Road, Wellpark, Westside, Woodstock. For those starting out the Essential Driver Training course is a course of twelve one hour driving lessons. Martin is also an expert on the routes of the Galway City driving test centre ( Unit 4 Westside Shopping Centre, Seamus Quirke Road, Galway City, County Galway ). For those who have already passed the driving test Learn Well Driving Schools, offers tuition for full license holders who need to improve aspects of their driving e.g. nerves, motorways, roundabouts, or new to Galway City or county roads.

Learn Well Driving Schools,
Martin Barrett 087 9057995
Email: martinbarrett2@hotmail.com
http://www.learnwell.ie

By Darragh Dunne, ADI.

One response to “County Galway Driving Schools”

  1. Westside says:

    I passed my test with Martin in Westside. Whoop, whoop. Top man.