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Rules of the Road

Rules of the Road
Official Rules of the Road for Ireland, from the Road Safety Authority. Clear, concise and complete.
Our Price: €5.50
ISBN/EAN9781788491389
Stock: 18
Publisher: O'Brien Press Ltd
Pub. Date: June 24 2019
Author: RSA
Format: Paperback
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Official Rules of the Road for Ireland, from the Road Safety Authority.



THE OFFICIAL IRISH RULEBOOK



Following the Rules of the Road saves lives and prevents injury. Written in straightforward language and aimed at all road users - drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and horseriders - the Rules of the Road sets out the laws, and details best driving practice.



INCLUDES





Vehicle Safety
Road Signs, Markings & Lights
Speed Limits
Motorways
Penalty Points
Rules & Advice
Good Driving Practice & Safety.


Rules of the Road Official RSA Guidebook: Essential for anyone using Irish roads, cycle tracks or

footpaths, including: those looking to take out their first learner permit, those who are learning to drive, those who are preparing for their practical driving test and those who are already licensed drivers.



A valuable reference for every road user.



CLEAR . CONCISE . COMPLETE



Also available: The Driving Instructor's Handbook.
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