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Pass your A1 license in Luxembourg

To be able to drive a 125cc two-wheeler, you must hold the A1 license. If you want to pass it, here are the regulations in force in Luxembourg.

With the A1 license, can I drive what type of gear?

When to pass the permit?

Class A1 driver's license registration can be done at the age of 15.5, but it can only be 16 years old .

When applying for registration, several documents must be provided to the Ministry of Transport :

Theoretical and practical lessons

The candidate has the obligation to complete 12 hours of class before taking the theoretical exam . However, it can only follow 6 if it has been licensed in another category in the last 12 months.

On the practical side, the future rider must follow a minimum of 16 hours of driving . At the end of this training, he can then submit to the practical test to obtain the precious sesame to roll. The event is organized by the National Society of Motor Traffic (SNCA).  

The license in hand, the certificate of apprenticeship is then validated and acts as a license to drive the vehicles mentioned above. Attention, however, because it is only valid in Luxembourg.

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