Pro driving school has just opened at the University of Limerick, in Limerick city, and the school is looking to get the word out.

The programme is open to any learner of road driving.

It aims to teach you how to be the best driver on the road, and is set to take place over the next three years.

It will include driving for hire, carpooling, taking part in road safety awareness programmes and a range of other courses.

“We aim to give our students the skills to take part in the next generation of road safety and awareness programmes.

We want to build on the work of our past, and to create a model that can inspire other students to do the same,” said Sean Murphy, president of the Limerick Pro Driving School.

In a nutshell, the school will provide a three-week course for drivers who wish to take their driving skills to the next level.

It is designed to cover a wide range of topics, including:Safety, technology, technology skills, driving skills, roadworks, safety equipment and equipment, road signs and traffic control, traffic control and accident prevention.

The Pro Driving Course will be available in the University’s campus, as well as in the nearby Limerick town of Clontarf.

“The Pro Drive course will provide the learner with the skills and knowledge to take on driving assignments,” said Murphy.

“Our aim is to make the school the best in Ireland for students to become professionals in their chosen profession.”

This will include the practical and practical driving skills required to perform safe driving assignments, including traffic control.

“Students will be required to demonstrate their ability to handle all kinds of traffic situations, from traffic jams to emergency situations.

They will also be required take part with their peers and work in teams to develop and implement the course.

The course will start on Monday November 4 and run until the end of March 2019.

The school will also have its own website, which will give learners the chance to post a video clip of themselves doing a pro driving session.

It will also provide the latest news and updates about the school.

Students will also receive a weekly driver-assist package, which includes a daily driver briefing, the Pro Driving Vehicle Assessment, an online course, and a digital driver card.”

It’s all about being the best on the job.”