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A New Driver is run by James Hickey whose attention to detail in driving lesson instruction is well above standard.
James has been an instructor in north Dublin and in the U.K for the past 10 years. James is a fully qualified extremely patient driving instructor having gained valuable experience both in the U.K (New Driver) and here in Ireland (ISM) with these Driving Schools.
James did his training in the U.K passing all his exams under the strict scrutiny of the Driving Standards Agency (D.S.A) having obtained the qualification A.D.I. (Approved Driving Instructor).
Fully qualified RSA ADI (APPROVED DRIVING INSTRUCTOR) with many years of experience.
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Driving Lessons Dublin
As a fully qualified driving instructor James Hickey offers students, through his Dublin driving school, a range of driving instruction options: from private lessons , to edt driving lessons, to pre-test. His EDT course provides the full 12 hours of EDT instruction required. Driving lessons Dublin are a key offering from James. He specialises in providing driving instructions in most of the north Dublin residential areas, where he’s based.
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