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It is a statutory requirement that you must hold at least a learner driving permit (previously known as a provisional licence) for the appropriate category of vehicle if you want to drive a bus or truck in a public place in Ireland. You are required to carry your learner permit with you at all times when driving.
The Department of Transport has overall responsibility for driver licensing. The principal local authorities, however, are licensing authorities and issue driving licences. There are 29 licensing authorities (Motor Taxation Offices) around the country and you should make your application to the one nearest to where you live.
To apply for a learner permit, you must be normally resident in Ireland. You are considered to be normally resident in Ireland if, because of personal and occupational ties, you usually live here for at least 185 days in each calendar year.
Before you begin to learn to drive on public roads in Ireland, you must hold a learner permit covering the category of bus or truck you wish to drive. A theory test certificate for that category must be obtained before a first learner permit will be granted. You must also be the holder of a driving licence for Category B (car).
Bus and truck drivers with a learner permit must be accompanied at all times by, and be under the supervision of, someone with a current driving licence for the same type of vehicle. Also, the person accompanying you must have had the driving licence for at least two years.
If you hold a learner permit for a bus or truck, you can’t drive while drawing a trailer, drive on a motorway, act as an accompanying driver or carry other people for reward.
Learner permit holders must display L-plates to the front and rear of the vehicle they are driving at all times. L-plates must be no less than 15cm in height with the letter “L” in red on a white background.
Bus and truck categories
The categories and driver’s minimum age for buses and trucks are as follows:
|Minimum age of driver
|Goods vehicles between 3,500kg and 7,500kg
|Goods vehicles over 3,500kg
|Passenger vehicles with accommodation for more than 8 and up to 16 people
|Passenger vehicles with accommodation for more than 8 people
A learner permit is usually valid for two years.
To obtain a first learner permit you must already hold a full category B driving licence. You must also obtain a theory test certificate for category C if you wish to drive a truck and category D if you want to drive a bus. (You do not need a C1/C driving licence before getting a D1/D learner permit.)
You may not apply for a third or subsequent learner permit unless you can provide evidence that you have:
- Undergone a driving test in the two-year period prior to the application (a two-year learner permit will be granted)
- Evidence of a forthcoming test date (a one-year learner permit will be granted)