Dáil Éireann - Volume 351 - 05 June, 1984
Written Answers. - Driving Permit.
Mr. Gregory-Independent Mr. Gregory-Independent
541. Mr. Gregory-Independent asked the Minister for Defence the reason a person (details supplied) in Dublin 1 was not granted his D licence for civilian use when he left the Army despite having requested it in 1980; and if this can now be rectified as he cannot afford to reapply and requires the licence for his work.
Minister for Defence (Mr. Cooney) Patrick M. Cooney
Minister for Defence (Mr. Cooney): There is no record of an application having been received by my Department or by the military authorities from the person concerned for a certificate that he held a driving permit (Army Form 154) to drive the classes of vehicles for which a licence is required. Arrangements are now being made by the military authorities to issue the necessary certificate to him. This certificate should be forwarded to the appropriate licensing authority with the usual application form for a civilian driving licence.
Dáil Éireann 351 Written Answers. Driving Permit.