Q-Park and ISM team up to encourage safe driving - and parking for learner drivers across Ireland.
We are excited to launch our better than ever partnership with the Irish School of Motoring for 2017.
As part of our CSR strategy here at Q-Park, we want to promote safe driving- and parking!
Recent studies conducted by the Irish School of Motoring have indicated that the subject of multi-storey car parking can be a cause of worry or concern to learner drivers.
Exclusive to Q-Park and ISM, we have come together to help learner drivers buckle up and conquer their fear with ‘multi-storey car parking’ lessons in Q-Park car parks across Ireland.
"Our research indicated that a lot of learner drivers tend to fret over the subject of parking in multi-storey car parks. Irish School of Motoring is delighted to be partnering with Q-Park Ireland.' Steve Murray, ISM
ISM learner drivers will have the opportunity to experience multi-storey car parking under the guidance and supervision of an ISM Driving Instructor.
This product is available in the following car parks
Q-Park City Hall
Q-Park Harvey's Quay
Q-Park Eyre Square
Q-Park Four Courts
Q-Park Carroll's Quay
Q-Park Henry Street
For more information and to book your lesson, please contact ISM on 1850 100 100
ISM learner drivers can also receive free parking to the value of up to €75* when they book their lessons with the Irish School of Motoring.
Redemption details will be emailed with your ISM booking confirmation, to use at any of our pre-booking locations across Ireland.
*value correct at the time of publishing, February 2017.
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