Students at Trinity College Dublin take driving lessons at a school in central Dublin which is being converted into a centre for driver education and training.

The school, which is in partnership with the College’s Driver Training Centre, is in the heart of Dublin’s city centre and has a student body of more than 200.

The facility is currently undergoing renovation but it will soon be fully operational and will be open to the public.

The centre will offer a range of activities and workshops including driver education, driving training, and more.

Students at the centre can use a laptop, tablet or mobile phone to take lessons in the drive-in environment.

They can also attend classes and sessions.

It is hoped the centre will become the centre of driver education across Ireland.