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Christmas Draw 2016

Posted on 24 November 2016, under the category By Darragh Dunne ADICompetitions

Back for another year, the Allied Driving Instructors Christmas draw for free driving lessons! For those of you who passed with us don’t forget to leave a review and you can pass the voucher on to someone else.Yet again, there are lots of ways to enter as many times as you can.
You get one or more entries to the draw if…..

You have taken driving lessons during the year.
You have taken taken a pre driving test lesson during the year.
You buy a lesson or a voucher before the 21st of December.
You like Allied Driving Instructors, Driving Instructors in Ireland or Driving Test Centres on Facebook and another if you have left a review.
You follow us on Twitter or Google+.
You subscribe to are YouTube Channel and like / comment of our videos.
You have left a review on the Allied Driving Instructors Google maps location nearest you.
Everyone who Shares, Re-Tweets, Posts, Likes and Comments about this draw will also get another free entry.

Remember to get as many entries as you can to win, by doing all of the above.

Terms & Conditions.

Each free driving lessons is an emailed voucher for a one hour driving lessons.
The voucher can be transfered to another person.
The lesson must be in County Dublin.
The voucher expires 6 months from the date of issue.
The lesson can be a learner driving lesson, EDT lesson or pre test lesson.
The voucher value can be used to purchase a larger bundle of lessons, car rental for a driving test or a long term voucher for a larger number of lessons.
The voucher cannot be redeemed for cash.
A valid Irish learner permit / Irish provisional driving licence is required for a driving lesson.
Prior booking is essential, quoting the Christmas voucher number.
Other driving instructors and driving schools are ineligible for all draws.
Winners will be announced and contacted by phone, email or social media as appropriate, by the 21st of December.
No contact details will be available to third parties.
On contacting us to claim your prize we will need your email address to send the voucher.

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Posted on 27 October 2016, under the category RSA Press Release

Forward by Darragh Dunne ADI: Althought the safety implications of the shorter, darker days are obvious, why do we have to change the clocks twice a year. Is there really any benefit in changing the “time of day” when it is dark?

RSA and An Garda Síochána launch October Bank Holiday Weekend

With the clocks going back this weekend, heralding darker days, the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána have today urged road-users to ensure they can be clearly seen when out on the roads. The most effective way to do this is to wear high visibility clothing such as a high viz vest or a Sam Browne belt when walking, cycling or motorcycling and by ensuring you have working lights on your bicycle, motorcycle and car.
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Road-Users Urged to Make 21 September ‘European Day Without A Road Death’

Posted on 21 September 2016, under the category RSA Press Release

The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross TD today joined An Garda Síochána, the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and TISPOL to support European Day Without A Road Death, known as Project EDWARD, which will take place on Wednesday 21 September. The initiative has been organised by TISPOL, the Traffic Police network in Europe, and its aim is that no-one dies on the roads of Europe on Wednesday 21 September.

To support Project EDWARD, road-users are being asked to make an online pledge to be a better, safer driver on To date, 96,214 pledges have been made by road-users throughout Europe.
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RSA predicts that up to a further 80 people could die before the end of the year

Posted on 1 August 2016, under the category RSA Press Release

26 July 2016: The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána have today published a provisional review of road fatalities so far this year. The review shows that, from January to 21 July of this year, 93 people died on our roads in 89 collisions. This is an increase of seven deaths and eight collisions when compared to the same period last year. The RSA has predicted that if the current trend continues, up to 80 more people could die before the end of the year.

The review shows that:

· Road deaths have increased by 8% when compared to figures for the same period last year
· Up to 21 July 2016, 43 drivers, 18 passengers, 16 pedestrians, 11 motorcyclists and 5 cyclists have been killed on Irish roads

· Driver deaths have increased by 10% and passenger deaths have increased by 29%

Commenting on the review, Liz O’Donnell, Chairman, RSA said: “Unfortunately, our review shows that road fatalities have increased this year. The increases are particularly evident among drivers, passengers and older road-users. If the current trend continues, we stand to lose almost 80 people in preventable and unnecessary road collisions.

“Complacency is our biggest challenge over the next six months. We need to get the basics right every single time we use the roads. This means not driving impaired, not speeding, wearing our seatbelts, making sure we’re visible to other road-users and avoiding distraction and fatigue. We need to take personal responsibility and not take unnecessary risks that put ourselves – or others – in danger. By sharing the road safely together, we can all play a role in saving lives.”
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ADIs Needed for Excess Customers in Various Counties

Posted on 8 July 2016, under the category By Darragh Dunne ADI

Qualified ADIs, either self employed or part of a school are needed by Allied Driving Instructors to take on customers throughout Ireland. We are receiving a large number of calls from learner drivers seeking lessons in various areas. The driving instructor will continue to carry their own name and logos etc. We will simply supply some extra customers. To find out more about becoming listed on this site visit;


The counties with particularly high levels of customer enquiries are:

Galway, Cork, Limerick, Kerry, Donegal, Offaly, Wicklow, Kildare.

There are also opportunities in:

Roscommon, Westmeath, Wexford, Kilkenny, Louth, Longford, Carlow, etc.

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