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  • Title: Knowledge Base - Driving in Adverse weather conditions
    Descriptive info: Safety Issues.. Driving in Adverse weather conditions.. Knowledge Base Article.. Tips for Driving in Snow.. Snow can make driving extremely dangerous.. Before you even get into your car make sure to clean all the snow off your windscreen, windows, mirrors and all lights.. Use dipped headlights to give yourself better visibility.. If you can't see the road ahead clearly enough to drive safely, pull over to a safe place until the snow fall eases.. Climbing and descending hills in snow requires special care.. Climb hills in the highest possible gear, as lower engine revs will reduce the chance of losing traction and spinning your wheels.. Descend hills very slowly; putting your vehicle into a low gear, before the descent.. If you do find yourself in a skid, remain calm, ease your foot off the accelerator, and carefully steer in the direction you want the front of the car to go..  ...   the road, but also they will help other drivers to see you.. And avoid driving over puddles as they may be hiding a nasty pothole.. Brake before bends and corners; they are more difficult to negotiate safely on wet roads so slow down.. Tips for Driving in Fog.. When driving in foggy conditions your visibility can be significantly reduced, so slow down Remember to keep your distance and be patient.. Make sure to turn on dipped headlights, whether it is day or night as full beams will only be reflected back off the fog and impair your visibility even more.. Use rear fog lamps when necessary but do not forget to turn them off as soon as viability improves.. Turn on your wipers and defroster to remove any moisture from the windshield.. And open your window slightly so that you can hear the traffic you cannot see, especially at junctions..

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  • Title: Knowledge Base - RSA
    Descriptive info: General Information.. RSA.. The RSA works to improve road safety in Ireland by:.. Developing and implementing information and education campaigns to increase awareness of road safety and promote safer driving.. Improving vehicle standards.. Establishing and monitoring a standard for driver instruction.. Overseeing the system of driver licensing  ...   a co-ordinated response and ensure our collective resources are used wisely and efficiently.. Undertaking accident and road safety research in order to develop measures and recommendations to improve road safety.. Advising the Minister for Transport on road safety policy.. Producing road safety strategy documents and monitoring their implementation..

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  • Title: Knowledge Base - Approved Driving Instructors (ADI)
    Descriptive info: Approved Driving Instructors (ADI).. Since 30th April 2009, driving instruction in Ireland has been a regulated industry.. The regulations cover standard of instruction, examinations to be passed as well as penalties for breaches of the law.. To work as a driving instructor in Ireland, an instructor must be on the RSA’s Register of Approved Driving Instructors (ADI) and display  ...   ADI full permit, each instructor is assessed by the RSA to ensure they have the necessary:.. Knowledge of rules of the road and road safety.. Driving ability.. Ability to teach a learner driver.. For your protection, ADIs also undergo Garda vetting.. What this means for you, as a learner driver,.. is better, more consistent standards.. and therefore.. better instruction..

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  • Title: Knowledge Base - Active suspension
    Descriptive info: Glossary of Motoring Terms.. Active suspension.. A computer-based suspension system that is capable of dynamically changing springs, shocks and other components in accordance with road disturbances and handling loads.. Many newer vehicles are equipped with such systems..

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  • Title: Knowledge Base - Anti lock brakes (ABS)
    Descriptive info: Anti lock brakes (ABS).. A factory installed computer and hydraulic system that can adjust brake pressure at individual wheels and prevent the problems of brake lockup.. The system is an advantage for untrained drivers, but takes away some control possible by a skilled driver..

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  • Title: Knowledge Base - BALANCE
    Descriptive info: BALANCE.. The dynamic relationship between the load on individual wheels and their ability to turn, brake or apply power.. This relationship is greatly influenced by vehicle design (i.. e.. , motor placement, transmission placement, sway bars, etc.. )..

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  • Title: Knowledge Base - Bedding in brakes
    Descriptive info: Bedding in brakes.. The process of stopping a vehicle repeatedly until brake fade occurs.. This eliminates lower temperature composites in the brake lining, and raises the lining's operating temperature..

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  • Title: Knowledge Base - Oversteer
    Descriptive info: Oversteer.. A loss of traction in the rear tyres while cornering..

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  • Title: FAQs - All FAQs
    Descriptive info: All FAQs.. Frequently Asked Questions.. FAQs - All FAQs.. Can I start driving lessons before passing my theory test?.. Yes.. As Leinster Driving Campus is off road you can drive without having completed your theory test.. You can be building your driving skills while studying for your theory test.. When you’ve passed your theory test you’ll then be more prepared for driving on the main road.. However you cannot drive on the public roads without having first passed your theory test.. What is a Graduated Driver Licensing system?.. Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) is a programme of staged licensing, with privileges gained over time, that aims to increase road safety by providing new drivers the opportunity to gain driving experience, skills and maturity.. Can I start driving lessons before I am 17 years old?.. You need to be a minimum of 14 years of age and a minimum height of 4 foot 11” in order to reach the pedals.. This is because our purpose built facility is off the public roads.. What kind of cars do you have?.. We have both manual and automatic cars available for your driving lessons.. All vehicles are dual controlled.. All cars are fully insured for learner drivers.. I already hold a learner permit—how do the changes affect me?.. The compulsory lessons will not apply to you as you already hold a learner permit in the applicable licence category.. The lessons will apply to those  ...   for life.. Do you do 2 hour lessons?.. Yes we do both 1 hour and 2 hour lessons.. While off road on our campus we would recommend 2 hours lessons as you progress that much quicker, then while on the main roads we’d recommend 1 hour lessons as it’s a little more intense on the main roads.. When we are on pre test lessons again we’d recommend 2 hour lessons.. Can I take driving lessons in my own car?.. While your driving lessons are on our off road facility at Leinster Driving Campus you will use a school car.. When going on the main roads you can use your own car?.. If its your first time with us it will depend on the discretion of your Driving Instructor.. Generally the first lesson is taken in a driving school car, so as to assess your current driving ability and level you have reached.. Can I do an intense course in one week?.. Popular with learners of all ages, intensive courses make it possible to learn with a 5 day course what could take up to 6 months to learn taking a 1 hour lesson every week with a driving instructor.. You’ll also avail of discounts on the number of lessons booked.. Get more details of our driving discounts here.. Display:.. 5.. 10.. 15.. 20.. 25.. 30.. 50.. 100.. All.. Start.. Prev.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. Next.. End.. Page 1 of 4..

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  • Title: FAQs - Driving Lessons
    Descriptive info: Driving Lessons.. FAQs - Driving Lessons.. Can I block book then use them all in one week?.. Yes as long as there are spaces available.. How long are my lessons valid?.. 6 months on vouchers.. Do you know where I can get cheap car insurance so I can go out with my family as well and practise?.. On completion of 10 driving lessons with Leinster Driving Campus you can avail of insurance discounts with our business partners First Ireland Insurance Brokers.. Page 1 of 2..

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  • Title: FAQ
    Descriptive info: Other Catogories.. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.. Nulla vestibulum, leo ut placerat iaculis, mauris tortor gravida diam, eu venenatis orci augue sit amet neque.. Sed a erat vel lacus venenatis bibendum nec eu lorem.. Maecenas tellus elit, rhoncus ac rhoncus adipiscing, volutpat sed magna.. Etiam vehicula adipiscing hendrerit.. Etiam lobortis rhoncus nisl pulvinar sagittis.. Aenean accumsan accumsan hendrerit.. Maecenas sit amet turpis eu ipsum suscipit eleifend.. Instructor.. Training.. Stage One - Theory Test.. Stage Two - Practical Test.. Stage Three - Instructional Ability..

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