IMPORTANT NOTICE

Driving Test Update

 

Please note that our customer service agents cannot book or cancel driving tests over the phone or offer updates on waiting times, so we kindly ask you not to call for this information. Driving tests should be managed directly through MyRoadSafety.ie

 

 

Essential workers can request an earlier driving test appointment

If you’re an essential worker who has already applied for a test and completed all of your driver training, please fill in this form and we’ll do what we can to prioritise your application. Know more >

 

 

Need to add yourself to the driving test waiting list?

Please sign up or log into our new customer portal MyRoadSafety.ie to apply for a driving test and add yourself to the waiting list. This video will show you how

 

 

Essential worker declaration form for driver training

Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) can offer Essential Driver Training (EDT) to essential workers. If you need to complete your driver training, please fill in an  essential worker declaration form and present it to your instructor.

 

 

 

 

Covid-19 safety measures

We have put in place Covid-19 safety measures for the driving test which must be followed or your appointment will not go ahead. Know more>

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Monday, July 31, 2017

Toyota Ireland launches new mobile app designed to save lives on Irish roads

Toyota Ireland has today launched it’s free “Face It Down” app for iPhone and Android which is designed to save lives on Irish Roads. The app is launched in partnership with the RSA and Topaz

Monday, July 24, 2017

RSA & IFA Issue Joint Road Safety Appeal

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) have today (24 July) urged road users to take extra care as the number of tractors, trailers and other farm machinery on the roads increases over the summer months.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

RSA and Gardaí Publish Mid-Year Review of Road Safety

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána have today published a provisional review of road fatalities for the first half of the year. The review shows that, from January to 30 June 2017, 77 people died on Irish roads in 72 collisions. The RSA has warned that if the current trend continues, up to 78 more people could die before the end of 2017.

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