Fake IRISH Provisional Learner Permit
Driver’s learner permit in Ireland.
What you need to know about the driver’s learner permit, from what it is and how to apply for a learner permit, to how to renew, replace and keep your learner permit up to date.
IRISH Fake (Provisional Licence) Learner Permit. Obtaining a Learner Permit requires passing the afore-mentioned computerised theory test. Also required for the Learner Permit are: valid proof of address, valid proof of PPSN, valid photographic ID and Eyesight Report (where necessary). The Application Form for a Learner Permit D201 must be filled in and brought to the local NDLS office. Those on Learner Permits for most categories of licence must not drive unaccompanied. No Learner Permit holders are allowed to drive on motorways and all must display red L-plates at all times, either on their vehicle or on a tabard if a motorcyclist.
What it is
What your learner permit allows you to do.
A learner permit allows you to drive on all public roads, except motorways, for the purposes of learning to drive and only when accompanied by an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) or someone who has held a valid driving licence in the same category for more than two years.
It also means that you can take Essential Driver Training (EDT) with an ADI, but you must display L-plates at all times on any vehicle you drive.
To obtain a learner permit you must first prepare for and pass the driver theory test. This test checks your knowledge of the road, driving, and safety-related topics.
You can apply for your driving test when you hold a learner permit. However, if you are a first-time learner permit holder you must hold your learner permit for six months and complete Essential Driver Training (EDT) or Initial Basic Training (IBT) before taking the driving test.
What you can’t do with your learner permit
As a learner permit holder, you are not permitted to;
- drive on a motorway in any vehicle category
- carry any passenger for reward
- drive while towing a trailer if you hold a learner permit in vehicle categories B, C1, C, D1 or D (cars, buses and trucks)
- carry a passenger if you hold a learner permit in vehicle categories A1, A2, A and AM (motorcycles or mopeds)
- carry a passenger if you hold a learner permit in vehicle category W (work vehicles or land tractors) unless the vehicle is constructed to carry a passenger and the passenger holds a driving licence for a continuous period of two years.
How long your learner permit is valid for
A first and second learner permit are normally valid for two years. In order to get a third or subsequent learner permit you must have booked or sat and failed the driving test in the previous two years.
If you have sat and failed a driving test in the previous two years you will be issued with a two-year learner permit.
If you have booked or have an upcoming driving test you will be issued with a one-year learner permit.