Driving School Tralee

Driving School Tralee, Killarney, Killorglin, Kenmare

RSA Approved Driving Instructor. Professional, Patient, Understanding tuition. Killorglin Driving School in Kerry distance is no object to providing the best service.

Driving Instructor in Tralee, Killarney and Killorglin and Caherciveen in Kerry

Driving School Test Information…

The driving test will take approximately 30 to 40 minutes to complete. You will be given clear instructions throughout the test, if you don’t hear correctly or understand something, ask the examiner to repeat it. Do not panic if you make a mistake or throw in the towel during the test. It may not be as serious as you think and it may not mean you have failed the test.

The Day of the Test

Oral Test Section in the Center.

While the test begins with a check of your provisional licence and it’s validity, then a brief assessment on your knowledge of the rules of the road. Traffic Signals, Road Signs. Understanding of speed limits and where.

Afterwards, you proceed to the vehicle with the examiner they will ask you to test your indicators & brake lights and they will check for valid tax and insurance.

At the Car Under the Hood

Knowing Your Vehicle

This section you will be asked to lift the bonnet and show the instructor where the following are located

Know these: Engine Coolant, Engine Oil, Dipstick, Power Steering Fluid, Window Washer Vessel, Brake Fluid

In the car, you will be asked to show the following auxiliary vehicle controls in the cockpit.

Know these controls:

Fog Lights, Back Window Demister, Air Conditioning, Window Washers, Front Window Demister, Temperature Controls, Directional Airflow Controller

Main part of your driving test include road positioning, overtaking and passing, anticipation and observation, correct use of mirrors and signals, progress, speed, compliance with traffic lights, road signs and road markings, and proper use of your vehicle controls.

At some point during your test, the examiner asks you to demonstrate the hand signals as well.
Driving School Kerry with Florence RSA Approved Driving Instructor 087 2250 544

Contact Driving Instructors Killorglin Driving School in Tralee Killarney Caherciveen County Kerry.

Sights Atlantic Way

in County Kerry Ireland

Electric Gate Automation in Kerry

MKS Security Kerry

Automatic Electric Gates by MKS Security.

We install Automatic Gate and Access Systems that have been professionally designed and manufactured under strictest quality control in Kerry. Gate Automation & Access Control Systems in Kerry

Garage Door Automation Electric Gates AutomationIntercom and Gate Automation in all areas of KerryDoor Automation and Electric GatesAutomation Electric Gates Installed Serviced and Maintained in Co. Kerry

Installation & maintenance of all types of electric gates and access control systems.

MKS Security provide Security Services in County Kerry including Home Alarms, Wireless House Alarms, Wireless Smoke Detectors, Automated Access Systems, Automatic Gates, CCTV Installation, Alarm Maintenance, CCTV Killorglin and Alarm Fitting.

We are S
Years of experience in the security industry, hand picked devices selected to install the latest in security technology for your peace of mind

Consistently recognised as on of the Top Alarm Companies in Kerry

Wireless security systems & fire alarms can be fitted quickly without any disruption to your business day

Control your security for home or business from your mobile phone. No need to worry next time you want to take that holiday

Full Access Control & Surveillance systems for added security

Approved and Fully IRSIA NSAI and PSA accredited

Rural Security Consultant for home and business owners in Kerry


Kerry Security Services offers a range of security installations and services for both home and business customers.

From a new home alarm – to a complete fit for your business we offer every client a high level of customer service with warranty on all installations and work carried out. In addition we offer maintenance contracts as part of aftercare services.


We are based in Killorglin in Kerry, and regularly travel local towns such as Killarney, Tralee, Dingle, Caherciveen providing security systems to all areas of Co. Kerry.
I found Kerry Security Services to be very professional in their service. I am pleased with the works they carried out on my security system. The works were carried out in an efficient and timely manner, causing very little disruption to my business. I would highly recommend MKS Security Kerry to install or upgrade your security system.

Jerome Griffin, Hannah Mary’s Country Store Killorglin Co. Kerry

Security Systems in the Killorglin Area

MKS Alarms Wired and Wireless get 24 Hour Monitoring. Access Control Circuits, Personal Security Systems, Alarms GPS, Monitored Alarms and Fire Alarm Systems. CCTV Systems Domestic and Commercial – 24 Hr Monitoring, Remote Online Viewing, Remote Accessible through your mobile phone in Killorglin

Wireless & Wired PIR systems for CCTV and Security Systems in Kerry. We like to move […]

MKS Home & Business Security, CCTV, Alarms in Killarney MKS Home Security | Business Security | CCTV | Alarms | Access Control | Maintenance MKS Security Systems Killarney Certified Surveillance Installers in Kerry.

Fire Safety Certification

Fire Safety Certification

Fire Safety Cork. Fire Safety Consultants. We prepare Fire Safety Certificates and follow through until they are granted.

Consultant providing Building Fire Safety Certification and Disability Access Certification in Ireland.

Checklist and Certification

John P Harrington and associates are experienced fire safety engineers in Ireland, over two decades of experience with Cork County Fire Services.
And a member of The Institution of Fire Engineers (MIFireE) and is also a member of fire Engineers of Ireland.

We are based in County Cork with access to Counties Kerry, Limerick, Clare, Waterford and Tipperary. We provide a nationwide service teaching the tools of fire prevention in Ireland.

We provide buildings with Fire Safety Certificates, We train staff for Fire Safety Certification.

Contact Us

Fire safety is a set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. A Fire Safety Consultant measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts.

Nationwide Fire Safety services in Ireland are

  • Fire Safety Certification.
  • Fire Safety Consultancy.
  • Preparation of Fire Safety Certificate applications for compliance with building control regulations.
  • Preparation of Disability Access Certificates for compliance with building control regulations.
  • Fire Safety Training for compliance with your health and Safety requirements.
  • Pre-purchase inspection on domestic dwellings.
  • Fire safety Assessment surveys of existing buildings and specifications for fire safety upgrade work.
  • Preparation of fire protection drawings for use in conjunction with assessment reports.
  • During construction surveys and monitoring of fire safety construction works.

Some questions that you may ask yourself are:

  • Do you have Fire Safety concerns, regarding the property you own or the property you are responsible for ?
  • Has there been a fire at your premises?
  • Have you been visited by an officer from building control ?
  • Do you need to have Fire Safety construction work certified ?
  • Is your new purchase, up to fire regulation ? Pre-Purchase Inspections | nationwidefiresafety.ie


  • Want to have your property checked to make sure that it is Fire Safety Certification Compliant?

Atlantic Tourism Kerry

Tourism Kerry a guide to holiday’s in Kerry Ireland, accommodation, activities, culture of County Kerry, Ireland

Accommodation, eateries and attractions in county Kerry Ireland

Places to see while visiting Kerry

You will have you choice of places to visit while in Kerry

Places to Eat while visiting Kerry

You will have you choice of places to eat while in Kerry.

Places to stay while visiting Kerry

You will be spoiled for choice while in Kerry. Kerry has one of the highest Accommodation numbers in Ireland

Activities while visiting Kerry

Kerry offers you all kind of Activities while you are visiting. From simple sports to the more advanced.

“We are here to guide, and help you, while you are, in Kerry.”

Chairperson Mid Kerry Tourist Information. Kerry Tourist Information Centers

Common Goals

A visitor to Kerry will have much to see and do. Kerry has long featured as the destination of choice for people, interested in spectacular scenery, and Ancestry, Kerry includes Tralee with its annual Rose of Tralee festival, Killorglin has Puck Fair, Kerry also has many mountains, lakes and rivers to delight the hillwalker or angler and a range of golf courses sure to engage any golfer. With The Ring of Kerry, The Dingle and Beara peninsulas offering dramatic scenery and beautiful places to visit for all.

About our services

We are here to give accommodation details, direct you to the best sights and ways to get there. Our friendly staff will be more than happy to advise you when planning your stay and to provide assistance and information.

We aim to be the number one website for tourism in Kerry.

More about →

Some Local Town

Anascaul | Ardfert |
Ballinskelligs | Ballybunion |
Ballylongford | Caherdaniel |
Cahirciveen | Camp |

Castlemaine | Caragh Lake |

Castlegregory | Cloghane |

Dingle | Dunquin |
Glenbeigh | Glencar |
Kenmare | Killarney |
Killorglin | Maharees |
Sneem | Tralee |

Local Attractions

Dingle Peninsula | Ring of Kerry |

North Kerry | Mid Kerry |

South Kerry

Muckross House Killarney Kerry

Gap of Dunloe Killarney |

Aquadome Tralee | Blasket Island |

Skelligs Island | Crag Cave Castleisland |

Ballykissane Pier Killorglin | Muckross House Killarney

Some Local Walks

Bearaway Way |

Kerry Way

Kerry Development

A €3.4m greenway project a huge boost for Kerry Attractions.

A new tourist route 26km in length is to be developed along a disused railway line along the Atlantic way, Ring of Kerry is expected to become an internationally rated tourist attraction.

A proposed 26km greenway to be developed along the unused railway line between Glenbeigh and Caherciveen. The Atlantic along the Ring of Kerry is expected to become an internationally rated tourist attraction. Transport Minister Alan Kelly yesterday announced €3.4m for the greenway from Glenbeigh to Cahirciveen, on a section of the Great Southern Railway which closed in 1960.

It as an exceptional and unique visitor attraction, he said it would bring cycling tourists, hikers and walkers and visitors from all over the world to the Ring of Kerry, creating upwards of 80 well needed jobs between construction and sustainable employment when in operation.

[caption id=”attachment_5896″ align=”alignleft” width=”133 minister for transport alan kelly

Minister Kelly said it would be the country’s number one greenway. The project will be part of a €11m funding program for cycling infrastructure nationally. Between time to be spent acquiring land and construction work, the project will take two years to complete.

We hope here locally eventually the greenway will expand to include both Killorglin and further down the going as far as Killarney.

Imagine getting off the train in Killarney and cycling to Killorglin 🙂 GREAT.

The line runs close to, even parallel to the winding Ring of Kerry road, one of the country’s busiest tourist routes.

The proposed route is along the same railway line as Killorglin to Killarney railway line


The hillside route, running over a viaduct at Kells and through tunnels, commands spectacular sea and mountain views and the development follows the success of the Great Western Greenway, in Co Mayo, which has resulted in about 40 new jobs and the sustaining of another 50 in the local economy.





Atlantic way Kerry bring local new to visitors to County Kerry Ireland

Minister Alan Kelly, with Ronan Clifford and Michael and Elaine Kavanagh, cycling on the planned greenway in County Kerry.

The announcement was welcomed in Kerry, an area hard hit by unemployment and emigration.

Pat Kavanagh, manager of IRD Foilmore/Kells, said it was a “fantastic project” that would benefit a wide area. Thirty-eight groups nationally applied for funding for similar projects and very high criteria had to be met, but this one ticked all the boxes. And won the attention of the group.

Kerry Fine Gael TD Brendan Griffin said a lot of work, consensus and agreement remained outstanding to bring the greenway to fruition and hoped progress would be made to grasp an unprecedented opportunity for south Kerry and the wider Kerry area in general.

Kerry County Council, expected to put up matching funding of more than €350,000, and South Kerry Development Partnership have for several years been promoting the project and the funding application

The projects are being funded as part of the Government’s National Cycle Network. Separately, nine towns will receive €6.5m to improve their cycling infrastructure.

Thanks to the Irish Examiner for some text.