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The Smarter Way of Learning How to Drive

Ireland’s only all female instructor driving school providing driving lesson Dublin. One of your aims & indeed most parents aims is that you Pass Your Driving Test after Learning to Drive.

Ladybird Driving School Dublin has the reputation of delivering above the industry standards which means that passing your driving test becomes a reality quicker and more effectively than any other provider in this business.

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How It Works

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1. Getting Started

Tell us your level of driving and which driving services you require

Match Instructor

2. Match Instructor

We will match you with your local Ladybird driving instructor

Pass Your Test

3. Pass Test

No matter what driving stage your at our main focus is you passing first time

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From the first time behind the wheel, to test day – we’ll guide you to success.

How to Calm Your Nerves on the Day of Your Driving Test

It’s quite normal to get those test jitters on the day of your driving test but what sets you apart from others is your confidence to ace the driving test.

Almost 2000 people take their driving test every day in the Ireland. Even though the failure rate is low but the stress kind of builds up among the students as there is involvement of high fees of driving lessons and test fees.

So, if you are getting cold feet and don’t know how to keep yourself at peace before the epic driving test takes place, then you’re at the right place.

Here are some of the easiest ways to calm your nerves on the day of your driving test:

1. Trust your knowledge – Often students tend to doubt themselves or the lessons they have learned during their driving classes. When you learn passionately without missing out the instructor’s advice, then there is nothing to be worried about.

All you need is an ample amount of practice and faith in yourself. Motivate and tell yourself that you’re ready to face the test and be successful at it.

2. Don’t skip breakfast – Being empty stomach on the day of your driving test will not only be harmful to your health but also for your mental strength.

The brain should be fuelled for the D-Day to help you concentrate and give your best to the driving test.

3. Don’t pressurise yourself on test day – Prepare yourself completely for the driving test, so that on the test day, you need not put further stress on yourself.

Maybe a mock drive before the test can help you ease up. But by all means, don’t put any additional pressure on yourself to be perfect.

4. Arrive on time – One of the crucial aspects of keeping yourself calm and motivated is to reach the driving test location before time. If you have reached 15 minutes prior to the test, then you can soothe your nerves without hurrying.

Make sure you keep your test day free from other pending tasks as that might create an additional burden and a problem for your driving test. You need to concentrate only on your test and nothing else!

5. Say NO to caffeine – On your test day, make sure that you are hydrated as that will help you keep your cool during the driving test. Drinking too much coffee before the test might make you nervous even more or agitate you and make you lose your calm.

The examiner isn’t your enemy, so take time and give your best shot for the test to be excellent. Remember, a calm and steady mind can overcome any hurdle.

How Much Do Driving Lessons Cost in Dublin in 2019

As more and more people are applying for driving schools to get trained professionally in Dublin, driving has become a major necessity among young and old pupils.

Quite interestingly, there are several professional driving schools like ourselves who not only provide a combination of on the road lessons of road safety but also a selective number of hours for driving to the students.

This will not only help them learn how to drive effectively but also help them to prepare for all kind of roadside emergencies or problems that might occur.

As you start learning to driving, it gives you a sense of excitement and independence. But before you completely make up your mind about getting your driving lessons in Dublin, you should also be aware of the driving lessons’ cost in Dublin in 2019.

The driving lesson costs seem to have increased in the past few years but with more advanced and enhanced lessons for the students, you are bound to make a smart investment.

Along with the driving lessons charges, there are also the charges of official driver theory questions and answers and other study materials, the driver theory test, the learners permit, eyesight report, the EDT (Essential Driver Training) course, the driving test, the license plate for novice or learners, and finally the driver’s license for 10 years after passing the driving test.

The 12 mandatory EDT lessons are ideal for those who are planning to make driving their profession.

The costs vary from one driving school to another, but the generic cost are as follows:

  • The driver theory test costs around €45 for a car
  • The official driver theory test questions and answers set costs around €20
  • The fee for Learners Permit costs around €35 and you can apply for it at National Driver Licence Service NDLS centres that are located in Dublin
  • The driving eyesight test charges around €20 and is a compulsory check-up for every driving trainee who wants to drive vehicles in the future
  • The cost of the EDT lessons ranges from €290 to €499, with an average of €399
  • These lessons are highly professional and should be learned with utmost dedication
  • The driving test for car costs around €85 while the driving license for 10 years costs €55. You can also have the provision for a three-year driving license that will cost around €35 and a one-year driving license that will have a cost of €25
  • The license plates for learners and beginners cost around €6 for both.

Successfully Passed Pupils

Together, we’ll pass your driving test first time

Common Questions

Where will I get picked up and dropped off?
We pair you with a local Ladybird driving instructor, so you’ll usually get picked up and dropped off at your home. If you wish to arrange alternative pick up and drop off locations, for example, school or work, our instructors are sure to accommodate, providing these locations are still within their driving lessons area.
How do I pay for my lessons?
You pay your designated Ladybird driving instructor directly. We do not handle any payments other than driving lesson gift vouchers via our website. You can agree your payment structor with your Ladybird instructor. Our instructors offer easy payment plans, discounts and special offers when booking in bulk.
How soon can I have my first lesson?
The aim for us here at Ladybird is to match you the learner with a Ladybird instructor within a hour of your initial enquiry. Your matched Ladybird instructor will then be in touch with a specific date of availability and then they will get you booked in. All contact is then between you the learner and your instructor. With the large amount of booking our Ladybird instructors have pre-booking a few weeks ahead is always recommended.
Can I choose what car I learn in?
Our instructors are independent but we do maintain a strict policy on their instructor vehicles. 99% of our instructor cars are Ford Fiesta’s from 171 to present. This is so they teach in the most up-to-date and duel controlled cars. All instructor cars are well maintained, clean and ready! You can even apply for car hire for your driving test with your chosen instructor.
Can I see the reviews for the instructor I've been matched with?
Yes of course! We have 100’s of glowing reviews that we are very proud of all across the internet. You can see most of the reviews we have mention our specific Ladybird driving instructors] names so it is easy to spot the individual ones. You can see our most recent reviews on Google and Facebook pages.
How many lessons do I need?
Very common question with a very common answer. It depends. Our learners take on average 30 hours of driving lessons before passing their practical test – 17 hours fewer than the national average! So, if you’re new to the wheel, we’d recommend booking our 30-hour package. If you pass quicker, we’ll refund any unused hours (as long as you’ve used at least 20). And if you need a few more then you can top up by the hour to tide you over till your test. If you’d rather book a smaller lesson package to start with then that’s no problem – you can still top up by the hour once you’ve completed your first package to get yourself test-ready.
Why learn with Ladybird Driving School?
Ladybird driving school has the reputation of delivering above the industry standards. This means from the first time you sit in a Ladybird car to actually passing your full driving test we are more effective than any other provider in this business. We’re Ireland’s only all female Instructor driving school. Pass Your Driving Test after learning to drive with us is what we get out of bed for and this is exactly what we do here at Ladybird Driving School. We do it at your pace and your budget not ours.
Driving lesson prices Dublin
To find driving lesson prices Dublin, just click here and fill our your details and make an enquiry. You will get our prices sent directly to your email. It’s as simple as that. Leave the rest to our team here at Ladybird driving school. We’ll make sure to put you in touch with the most suitable female driving instructor. Then you can get scheduled in and start your journey to becoming a safe, full licensed driver.

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