If you have a physical disability and would like to learn to drive, our motoring school can help you.

We cater for a wide range of conditions and disabilities through our fleet of adapted cars and team of experienced driving instructors. We provide training for people who wish to learn to drive or who are returning to driving.

We operate 10 driving schools nationwide located in:

  • Clane
  • Carrick on Shannon
  • Clontarf
  • Galway
  • Kilkenny
  • Letterkenny
  • Limerick
  • Mullingar
  • Navan
  • Wexford

All of our driving school vehicles are automatic and fitted with a variety of adaptations. One of our vehicles is specially adapted for driving and assessment for power chair users.

Our driving school and instructors operate within strict COVID-19 guidelines.

After completing your application you will be invited to complete a driving assessment. Please note, the assessment process is not like a driving test, but is a means to determine suitability to drive.

The cost of the initial lesson and assessment is €100 and typically will take one hour. If further lessons are required, the cost is €30 per lesson.

All applicants for driving assessment must hold a current driving licence or learner permit.

The medical section of the application form must be completed by a medical professional.

Read more about the Driving Theory Test and getting a driving licence.

Feedback

For further information or to provide feedback contact the National Mobility Centre in Clane on 045 893 094 or email maats.admin@iwa.ie.