Choosing Your Driving Test Centres For Learners In Swords, Malahide and Portmarnock

If you are a learner driver in the Swords area you will have the perfect preparation for passing your driving test in either the Finglas or Raheny test centres.

If you are learning to drive with Top Class Driving School you will be taught how to drive in the same sort of conditions as you will encounter on your driving test. That means wether you are a complete beginner or you have experience, and you want to get ready for your test Top Class Driving School is the school you should choose.

The distance between Swords and the Finglas test centre is 14 km but it will only take about 15minutes to drive to the test centre.

If you are planning to do your driving test in Raheny the distance from Swords to the Rahney test centre is 13 km and the travelling time is approximately 30 minutes. The driving instructors at Top Class driving School know all of the test routes in both the Raheny and Finglas test areas and can have you completely prepared for your driving test as long as you are willing to put in the preparation work.

Lots of people are good drivers but they have bad habits and are not doing all of the observation the tester may be looking for!

If you are learning to drive in the Malahide area and you are considering which test centre to take your driving test then you might consider the following information:-

The distance between Malahide and the Finglas test centre is 15 km. It takes approximately 30 minutes to drive to the Finglas test centre and this should be taken into account when you are planning your pre-tests and practice around the Finglas test routes.

If you are considering taking your driving test in the Raheny test centre you should allow approximately 20 minutes travelling time as the distance from Malahide to the Rahney test centre is 10 km.

If you are learning to drive in the Portmarnock area and you are considering which test centre to take your driving test then you might consider the following information:-

The distance between Portmarnock and the Finglas test centre is 12 km. It takes approximately 20 minutes to drive to the Finglas test centre and this should be taken into account when you are planning your pre-tests and practice around the Finglas test routes.

If you are considering taking your driving test in the Raheny test centre you should allow approximately 10-15 minutes travelling time as the distance from Portmarnock to the Rahney test centre is 5 km.

It is important to keep in mind the travelling time from home to the test area as it will be much easier for you to practice in that area if it doesn’t take too long for you to get there.

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3 thoughts on “Choosing Your Driving Test Centres For Learners In Swords, Malahide and Portmarnock

  1. Patriciafub

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    1. Jan

      Cyclists need to be on the road, whether shrniag space with traffic or in a dedicated cycle lane separated from other road traffic and from pedestrians. There’s no other way to do it.If I have the choice between cycling on the road or on a raised route shared with pedestrians, I’ll ***** choose the latter. Irish pedestrians simply have no cop on’ when it comes to segregated path usage. It’s that simple.

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      1. Pat Ferris Post author

        It’s very true. Most pedestrians won’t even notice that they are walking in a cycle lane when it’s part of the path but divided by a white line. But then it can also frustrate drivers when cyclists are on the road when there is a seperate cycle lane not being used. I really see both the drivers and the cyclists point of view and understand each is frustrated by the slower obstacle in each case. It’s a knock on effect and I don’t see it being improved any time soon. Pedestrian slows cyclist so cyclist moves onto the road, then cyclist slows cars and puts themselves in danger. Be safe out there.

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