EU Parking Permit

EU Parking Permit: Try our Eligibility Wizard to check your eligibility or contact us by email parkingpermit@ddai.ie or phone 094 9364054

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About Our Organisation

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our valued members

The members of the Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland are exclusively people with disabilities working for people with disabilities.
Our members are an important source for the generation of new initiatives.

Awareness of needs or services that exist is often prompted by individual members, or by a combination of individual contributions by letter, telephone, or by email.

Independence and Equal Opportunity

The DDAI are Ireland’s leading charity supporting Disabled Drivers and Passengers on a national level. We promote independence and equal opportunity through mobility, education and training.
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Our Mission

The Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland takes care to present physical disability in the best possible light and strives to show that most physical disabilities can be overcome and individuals can go on to achieve their full potential, with the benefit of support and training.

 

what we do

Services and Support for Disabled Drivers

Since 2006, we have processed over 350,000 EU Parking Permits

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Benefits of DDAI Membership

Members enjoy many benefits including discounts on the purchase of new vehicles, mobile plan special offers, Irish Ferries, Clontarf Castle, Travelodge Hotels and many more great companies!
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Discounts on new vehicle purchases
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Special offers on mobile phone plans
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Deals on travel and holiday stays!
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Founded in 1970, the DDAI story goes back much further; to the births of three remarkable people, in three different counties, drawn together by fate. Read our story

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