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As a locally based Approved R.S.A. Driving School in Cork, Cú-Chulainn Driving Lessons Cork provides professional driving lessons for people who wish to learn to drive in the Cork area, (see ‘ Area Covered ’ page).

We do so with fully insured Approved Driving Instructors (A.D.I.'s).

We have been doing so since 2001 on a patient, friendly and reliable basis with very competitive / affordable prices.

If you follow us on Google+ you can get a further 5% off these prices. Just remember to tell us this when you book!!! (Offer not usable in conjuction with any other offer/voucher).


We offer cheap high quality EDT (Essential Driver Training) and Pre-test Driving lessons / Tuition in our Dual-Controlled Seat Ibiza / Ford Fiesta cars or in ones own car.

We do teach people driving their own Automatic cars also.

We provide driving instruction for able bodied and people with mobility issues. People with hearing difficulties are also catered for.

We like to teach from the basics in our driving classes, explaining what to do to drive, why these things are done and how / when to do these things - with a laugh or two along the way too!.

We want all our clients to succeed and drive safely for life.


See our Drivng Assessment Information page for further information on our Driving Assessments.


All our Approved Driving Instructor's are fully registered with the Road Safety Authority of Ireland. They are friendly and reliable and will not let you down.

We also have I.S.M. Driving instruction Certification and Driving Instruction Certification from the Mobility Service of the Queen Elizabeth Foundation in the United Kingdom.

Driving Instruction is available from either a Male Driving Instructor or a Female Driving Instructor.


Driving Test results show very high pass rates for our driving school clients.

With over 12 years of experience preparing people for their driving test we now have specialist driving instructors dedicated to achieving high pass rates for our clients in their driving tests in Wilton, Cork.

See our DRIVING TEST ADVICE page for useful driving tips and a list of typical driving test questions/answers.


Click to access Learning to drive video's from the Road Safety Authority (R.S.A.) website. These are a useful tip for people learning to drive.


We offer driving lessons from 7.30a.m. to 10p.m. daily and are available on most days. Driving lessons are by appointment only. Please book well in advance.


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We are pleased to offer new drivers who complete ten (10) driving lessons with us have now the opportunity to avail of reduced 1st time driver insurance rates on a Drive First programme run by First Ireland, our insurance brokers.

Please click the image on the left discounted insurance deal for further information. Terms and Conditions apply.

We have had a number of very happy customers recently who have got great 1st time driver comprehensive driving insurance deals as a result of this offer.


Driving Lessons / Gift Vouchers can now be purchased on-line through Paypal. Alternatively give us a ring and we can arrange local delivery of them. With some packages it is cheaper to buy on-line.


  • Car Hire for driving tests
  • Fitness To Drive On Road Driving Assessments.
  • Free Advice
    We are pleased to provide free advice to anyone who needs some advice on any topic of driving, at whatever stage they are at with their own driving, when we can. Just call us.
  • Door to Door service.
  • Driving Theory Test preparation done with groups of three or more.
  • Driving Schools Insurance : thus one does not need to have their own driving insurance in place to have lessons in any of our driving school cars.


New N-Plate Law Communication

The Following is a communication A.D.I.'s received for distribution to all our clients:

" Dear ADI
As you may already be aware, the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport announced changes to the driver licensing system that apply to newly qualified novice drivers and first time learner permit holders.
These changes are important road safety measures that form part of the Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) system, one of the key actions in the current and previous Government Road Safety Strategies aimed at improving how we train, test, licence and protect learner and novice drivers.
The changes are as follows:
•          From 1 August, N plates are a legal requirement for any driver who gets their first full driving licence in any category on or after that date.
•         Any driver who receives their first ever learner permit on or after 1st  August will be subject to a lower penalty point threshold, a total of seven penalty points rather than 12. This does not apply to anyone currently in the system, eg. people who already have a  learner permit or full driving licence before 1st  August.
•         Non-display of N plates is an offence under traffic law and is  punishable by a fine not exceeding €1,000 for a first offence. On becoming a fixed change the failure to display an N-plate will carry 2 penalty points on payment of a fixed charge, or 4 on conviction.
The purpose of the GDL system is to reduce the number of collisions, deaths and injuries among learner and novice drivers, particularly among the high risk 17 to 24 year olds, during the learning to drive period and period immediately after they pass their test.
Research tells us that novice drivers are most likely to be killed on our roads in the first two years after passing their test due to their inexperience. Therefore, these measures are designed to protect our most vulnerable road-users so that they can become safe, competent and socially responsible drivers, helping to ensure we have fewer collisions, fatalities and injuries on our roads.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) are having a public awareness campaign to make other relevant stakeholders aware of these new requirements .
We would be grateful if you could share this information with your colleagues and Learners.  For further information on driver licensing and learner drivers please visit
With thanks and appreciation for your continued support of road safety.
Driver Education Section – Road Safety Authority "

All Novice Drivers will be able to drive on their own. This has been clarified by the Department of Transport.


This school of motoring looks forward to continually meeting new beginner / learner drivers and the challenge of training them from the beginning until they pass their driving test, with safety being our number one priority. Cú-Chulainn Driving Lessons Cork promise we will do our very best to help you in our driving courses.

So go on give us that call today on 087-7811409.

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