Learner Permit

Before applying for a Learner Permit, candidates must pass a theory test.

Step 1: Theory Test Certificate

You will need to provide a valid Theory Test Certificate, you must pass the Driving Theory Test.

Step 2: Complete Eyesight Certificate D502

This document certifies that your eyesight is adequate for driving.

To complete the form, arrange an appointment with a registered optician or a doctor to conduct an eye test. He/she will then complete the form. The certificate is then valid for one month.

Step 3: Complete the Medical Report form D501

This document certifies that you are fit to drive.You only need to complete a Medical Report D501 if:

* You are over 70 or will be 70 on the day your licence is issued.
* You answer ‘Yes’ to any of the medical questions on Application Form D201 below.
* You require a licence for a category of vehicle other than an ordinary car. View a list of all licence categories.

To complete the form, make an appointment with a doctor. He/she will complete the form for you.

Step 4: Complete the Learner Driving Permit Application Form D201

The Learner Driving Permit Application Form D201 is available from public libraries and Garda Stations.

Step 5: Return your documentation

* Proof of your identity. This could include your:
* Original birth certificate
* Original passport
* Original certificate of registration from the Garda National Immigration Bureau
* Two identical recent passport type photos, signed by you on the reverse.
* A cheque or postal order for €15.00, made payable to ‘Dublin City Council’. Do not enclose cash. You will receive your Learner Driving Permit by post within 28 days.

Forms to download

Eyesight Certificate D502 | Medical Report form D501 |













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