Whether you are a nervous beginner or have years of experience, ISM’s qualified and professional RSA Approved ADI Driving Instructors will teach you the skills you need to pass your Driving Test first time and become a safe, confident driver for life. With a 90% Test Pass Rate, the Irish School of Motoring are also the only choice for booking your Driving Lessons and Pre-Test Lessons.
ISM provides almost 200 qualified ADI Driving Instructors throughout Ireland, all of whom have been trained through the ISM Instructor Training College, guaranteeing you the best tuition possible. All our cars are fitted with dual-controls and are fully insured for all our pupils. We will collect you from your door, offering an unparalled professional service to suit your schedule.
ISM also provides you with the most comprehensive list of Training Aids to get you started.
We look after our customers better than any other Driving School! We have an exclusive offering whereby you can avail of up to €400.00 off your Car Insurance through our partners AXA Insurance (T&C's apply). For further information on these offers or to enquiry about our professional local driving lessons, call our experts at 1850 530 430 (or our Dublin Office 01 8641790 or Cork Office 021 4226688). Simply put, ISM’s expert ADI Instructors will teach you with confidence to be a safe driver for the rest of your life.
Pricing for Car Driving Lessons
All our prices are at a discounted rate for a limited time only. Don't forget to check out our Special Offers.
With our 90% Overall Test Pass Rate, we also offer Pre-Test lessons to help you pass your Driving Test first time. Your specialised ISM Pre-Test Instructor will cover the test routes in your car or in one of our fully-insured dual-controlled cars. You can also use an ISM car for your test which is now reduced to €110 which includes one hour Pre-Test before your Driving Test. Click here for information on ISM Pre-Test lessons.
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Essential Driver Training (EDT)
Essential Driver Training (EDT) is a mandatory Driver Training Course that teaches the fundamental driving skills to novice drivers. It is part of the RSA’s Graduated Driver Licencing (GDL) scheme and is intended to improve road safety. ISM Instructors provide EDT Training over seven days a week at no extra cost and are completely flexible on collection points and where to drop you back. If you are unsure about what EDT means, why not call one of our friendly Customer Care Team with your questions on 1850 530 430 (or Dublin Office 01 8641790 or Cork Office 021 4226688).
Specialised Pre-test Courses
ISM is Ireland’s only Driving School offering specialised pre-test Driving Lessons, covering all test routes throughout the country. At ISM you are guaranteed a professional and personal service from our ADI Instructors. During your short pre-test course, your instructor will cover all the manoeuvres and of course will correct all those “bad habits” to have you properly prepared for your driving test. ISM Pre-Test Instructors boast a unique and overall 90% Test Pass Rate with our short Pre-Test Course. For details on this training call us on 1850 530 430 (or Dublin Office 01 8641790 or Cork Office 021 4226688)
Making learning to drive a reality
We don’t settle for any less than the best, so why should you and with packages to suit every pocket, learning to drive successfully is a reality!
Being the longest Driving School in business and indeed being the largest and only nationwide Driving School in Ireland, you simply will not receive our professionalism and top quality service from any of our competitors. And with the highest overall Test Pass Rate in Ireland, we won't fail you! You can now book and manage all your driving lessons on-line, or why not give us a call today and speak to one of our experienced and friendly Customer Service Agents!
A map has such small print, it's impossible to safely read it while driving. If you are needing to find a specific address, write out the basic directions in large writing and short sentences, before you drive there. If you must read the directions (not the map) while on the road, do it where you are stopped.