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E003YRJ
03-06-2008, 17:34
Nav required for 1600 Civic. however nav must have national B Drivers License, and a valid IRDS as he/she is needed to drive the road sections. Pm or contact 0872892824

flatleft
03-06-2008, 22:11
Co Drivers cant drive road sections the driver has to drive the whole route appendix 29 article 3.1 in the Green Book. Check it out first just incase.

anto
03-06-2008, 22:14
nope they can... you need a international navi license with a IRDS letter... you can see all the top lads do it...

Ray Fitz
03-06-2008, 22:16
dont think they can here anymore, remember asking the question earlier this year and was told its not allowed on mi!!!

Kevin O Brien
03-06-2008, 22:34
i rember wher a few of the wrc lads lost there lince a few years back they got there navi's to drive 4 them

civic
03-06-2008, 22:49
But why would someone want the navi to drive the road sections?...:confused:



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Kevin O Brien
03-06-2008, 22:52
loss of lince

the yellow budgie
03-06-2008, 22:56
maybe the driver has a problem getting irds due to a previous road infringement or something in the past?? I know this isnt to do with it but didnt sean mullaly drive road section for Kenny McKinstry Limerick forest last year coz there was some prob with irds??

civic
03-06-2008, 22:56
But i taught you must have a valid & current road full driving license in order to get a rally license?..:confused:



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the yellow budgie
03-06-2008, 23:04
But i taught you must have a valid & current road full driving license in order to get a rally license?..:confused:

Only the driver needs a full license not the navi.I found that out by making that mistake when I first tryed getting my license.A navi just needs to be over 16 and i dont think you even need a medical.Anyway this talk isnt sorting the problem in hand!!!!

civic
03-06-2008, 23:09
Only the driver needs a full license not the navi.I found that out by making that mistake when I first tryed getting my license.A navi just needs to be over 16 and i dont think you even need a medical.Anyway this talk isnt sorting the problem in hand!!!!

I know that nick, but i was talkin bout the driver needing the full driving license,not the navi..:)



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fidgy
04-06-2008, 08:31
Possibly lost road licence since renewing competition licence!!

Theresa Stafford
04-06-2008, 08:46
telehone motor sport ireland in dawson street
they will tell you the if,s and if not,s of the
rules and requirements for drivers and navigators licences:o:o

pat4wd
04-06-2008, 12:51
nope they can... you need a international navi license with a IRDS letter... you can see all the top lads do it...

Appendix 28 (IRDS)Paragraph (d):
"Any navigator or co-driver who wishes to share the driving during an event must hold,and produce,his own "Letter of Acceptance",and in such cases the co-driver must also pay 50% of the appropriate premium."

HOWEVER.....Article 3,Paragraph 3.1 Appendix 29 states:
The nominated driver MUST drive throughout the event. Navigators must hold either a current competition licence or a special navigators licence as per MI rules of entry.

Paragraph 3 of Notes for Licence application states:
Road Traffic Act Licence.
For stage rallies and navigation/retrospective trials,drivers competition licences will be issued only to holders of current full Road Traffic Act (RTA) Driving Licences.It will not be necessary to produce your Driving Licence when you are applying for a Competition Licence.
Applicants are reminded that it is a breach of GCR 139 (iii) to make an incorrect or false statement on a competition licence Application form and this may result in disqualification of the applicant.Refer to the licence table on page 4 for RTA Licence Requirements.


That's what it says,work it out for yourself!!

Einne Naughton
04-06-2008, 15:37
Remember in Donegal where Paul Kiely drove the S12 on a road section because Eugene was feeling tired .



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Sid$Knee
04-06-2008, 15:49
That was nice of him.

Aidrian Deasey drove Alan Rings car in Birr one year on raod section because Alan came to sign on with no IRDS as it hadnt landed in the post yet but Aidrian had his so he did the road driving.

Ray Fitz
04-06-2008, 19:56
yes but that was before this year!! 99% sure nav with irds & int co-driver lic still cant drive road sections

Dougal
04-06-2008, 20:08
craig it might be best to come on and explain this one and maybe the reasons, wood save an awfull lot a ****e talk on here

thats just my 2cents worth on the topic:cool::cool:

pat4wd
04-06-2008, 23:11
craig it might be best to come on and explain this one and maybe the reasons, wood save an awfull lot a ****e talk on here

thats just my 2cents worth on the topic:cool::cool:


Ah now Dougal,there's no one talking ****e here. The chap put up a post looking for a navi that can drive the road sections and a few of us are not sure you can do that now.
We're only trying to point things out so that he won't get into bother.Give us a break.

anto
04-06-2008, 23:34
its obvious the driver cant drive on the public road... so he is looking for a navi that can....
(through ban or insurance ) does it matter why?


and i think i shall be ringing MI tomorrow about it... so ill report back to ye..

mig31
04-06-2008, 23:42
lol...........i see now why craig needs it.........just looked at the age on his profile and it says he is eight,would that explain the need....lol.

mig31
04-06-2008, 23:43
sorry craig............couldnt resist.hope you get sorted.best of luck in it.

barlorn
05-06-2008, 10:51
Ye can all shoot me for suggesting this but.
If the co-driver had garage insurance he's insured to drive any vehicle on the road under his own insurance?

FLAT jump
05-06-2008, 12:58
wont that do instead of irds

barlorn
05-06-2008, 13:08
wont that do instead of irds

Thats my point!

Dougal
05-06-2008, 21:48
Ah now Dougal,there's no one talking ****e here. The chap put up a post looking for a navi that can drive the road sections and a few of us are not sure you can do that now.
We're only trying to point things out so that he won't get into bother.Give us a break.

ah sure i knos that pat , ment if he explains wat exactly his reasons why he needs this we could all work together as one big happy family and get a result for the lad:laugh::laugh:

FLAT jump
05-06-2008, 22:50
Thats my point!
wont work .rang insurance company.have to use trade plates if not nct,d....

Dougal
05-06-2008, 23:05
and they no good on a sunday

E003YRJ
08-06-2008, 18:50
its not for me guys, for a friend who is off the road

peespeed
12-06-2008, 22:40
Ye can all shoot me for suggesting this but.
If the co-driver had garage insurance he's insured to drive any vehicle on the road under his own insurance?


but he would need to check that his garage insurance covers him outside business hours, some policies only cover people while the business is open