Driving tests for people who are eligible and those who have been waiting the longest are resuming, in a limited way.
Essential workers continue to be the priority, according to the Minister for Transport.
Some road safety services are reopening from May 10th, including driving lessons for essential workers.
While Driving License Centres will stay open for essential workers until May 17.
That's when they'll open fully to the public.
Initial Basic Training is the programme of mandatory lessons for learner motorcyclists.
They must complete them before sitting a driving test.
That is also returning.
Important information on gradual reopening of road safety services; including Essential Driver Training, Driving Tests for essential workers, and NDLS services:
— Eamon Ryan (@EamonRyan) April 30, 2021
Don't Call To Ask About Lessons
In a statement the Department of Transport says:
"We understand that people have been waiting for these services but would ask for their patience as plans are put in place to gradually re-open services over the coming weeks."
"Information will be posted on the RSA website as these plans are finalised."
"Unfortunately, the RSA does not have further information at this time, and we would ask customers not to call the RSA"