Pre-Test Course Motorcycle

Pre-test training includes practice with headgear as will be used in the Irish Driving / Motorcycle Test. The pre-test motorcycle rider training course itself focuses on preparing you for your test and includes essential theory, explanation of the test itself, as well as instruction in on-road aspects of the test.  This training will lasts for 2.5 hours to 3 hours and we have maintained 100% success record in our pretest training.  However, if you didn't commit a single Grade 3 fault or 4 for the same aspect  Grade2 faults and failed the motorcycle test after our pre test training, we'll offer you a full pre test training FREE OF CHARGE.

In Week 21 in the month of May 2010, Daniel trained 24 pupils for RSA motorcycle test in Galway within 4days and every single one of them passed the test.  Daniel enjoys teaching specially, people with disabilities or language barriers, elderly, extremely nervous or slow learners.

On Wed 6, May 2009 FIVE PEOPLE PASSED THE TEST IN GALWAY CITY , we've maintained 100% record. Every single person who completed a pre-test course with us has passed the driving test in Galway city and county. ONE DAY... TWO TESTERS..... FIVE PEOPLE PASSED THE TEST.... PETER NIEDZIELSKI, PAVOL IVONOV, COLIN CONNELLY,  JOHN ROCK, SONYA COOLEY

Last month 3 students saw the benefits of the Comfort pre-test course simultaneous! 3 testers, 3 candidates, same time, one result....Passed Passed Passed!

Serving Galway city Westside / Flannery's hotel, Loughrea and Tuam test centres, COMFORT Driving / Motorcycle School offers pre-test assessment as part of your rider training which gives you a clear idea of your own riding ability.

This assessment is in the form of a mock test, which uses the same format as the actual test. As this is graded using the exact marking scheme as the actual test, it is useful in providing an accurate evaluation of your riding ability.

It also further prepares you for taking your test by placing you in a test scenario, which can help to reduce the daunting factor of the actual test. We cover test routes, radio communication, all maneuvers, rules of the road etc. During this training we'll assess you first, debrief you about your riding, instructor demonstration, and fine tune you to pass the test.



Allow plenty of time to take good instruction well before the test. Don't choose the cheapest instructor. If someone is very cheap, think twice. Do a little bit of background check and pupils feedback about the instructor. Take constructive criticism as a positive step. You may have clocked a lot of miles but you may not meet the technicalities of the testing standards.  You would have picked up lot of bad habits and may have developed your own style of riding.

Your examiner is looking at your MSPSL (mirrors, signal, position, speed, look) or IPSGA (information, position, speed, gear, acceleration). You could follow any of the two system of driving or riding but you must be within the system to convince him/her that you have taken good training which delivers consistency in your entire riding. You could block change (skipping the intermediate) or sequential change ( going down one at a time) the gears. Some instructors waste time to do sequential gear change to a well experienced driver saying this is the only accepted method which is not true. If you are comfortable in matching the engine speed and road speed and come down from 4th to 2nd, or 5th to 1st; yes it is great and good for the gearbox. Brakes to slow and gears to go!! Avoid unjustified coasting of clutch or in neutral.

Every single person who has completed our beginners course or pretest course has passed the driving test first time. In the meantime, we have seen many people driving for so many years have failed their motorcycle test many times. It's all about your attitude. You may be an expert in your own chosen field but your instructor knows your weak points within 5-10 minutes. If you are not willing to listen, your money is wasted. This is the main reason you must do a background check about your instructor and his qualifications and the pass rates.

Being an instructor, examiner & assessor, I have never stopped learning. I learn everyday something new, it encourages me to upgrade my qualifications all the time.

SCHOOL BIKES- Honda or Suzuki 49cc, 125cc, 250cc, 400cc, 600cc TO 1100cc BIKES AVAILABLE FOR TRAINING AND TESTS.