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Buy A Swiss Driver's License

If you’re having trouble renewing your Swiss driver’s license, Austrian driver’s license, German driver’s license or Polish driver’s license, we can help. You can easily follow our simple driver’s license purchase process to get these driver’s licenses at the best price. Contact us via Whatsapp: +44 7459 562803 for more information.

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How Do We Register Your Driver's License

Our company records all your data in the Federal Council’s database system. As if your details have been checked, you will find all the information in the system. Consequently, you can legally use your Swiss driver’s license anywhere as it is no different from the one issued by the government.

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Who Is Allowed To Drive In Switzerland

If you are a foreigner in Switzerland, you can drive with your foreign driving license for the first year. In order to avoid complications with the language other than German, you must also carry an international driver’s license or an international driver’s license (IDP). And IDP includes the translation of your driver’s license.

If you are a foreigner in Switzerland, you can drive with your foreign driving license for the first year. In order to avoid complications with the language other than German, you must also carry an international driver’s license or an international driver’s license (IDP). And IDP includes the translation of your driver’s license.

A driver’s license in Switzerland ranges from 2,000 to 3,200 euros or 2,300 to 3,700 US dollars in 2022. Switzerland is one of the most difficult places in the world to get a driver’s license. For example, one of the requirements is an eight-hour first-aid course. In addition, the driver’s license test is very difficult.

With our help, however, you can easily buy a Swiss driver’s license, which will be entered into the database of Swiss driving schools. In case the traffic police check your driver’s license, all correct data will be displayed on their device system. You can easily contact us for more information on how to buy a Swiss driving license.

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Do you have to undergo an assessment or has your Swiss driving license been Revoked, you too can benefit from our offer. If you lose your driver’s license, we offer quick help and process your Swiss driver’s license immediately. You are free to choose the category of your driver’s license, whether it’s a motorcycle driver’s license or class BE.

If you buy your driver’s license from us in Switzerland, it is provided with the unique blank number, the traffic light and  is 100% identical to the Swiss original. It has all security features. You don’t have to worry about border crossings or traffic controls as every control is in place.

A – motorcycles and mopeds (driving license categories AM, A1, A2, A),
B – Cars, tractors and work vehicles (driving license categories B, BE, W)
Vans and lorries over 3,500 kg (category C, C1, CE, C1E driving licence)
D – buses (driving license categories D, D1, DE, D1E)
CD – trucks and buses (driving license categories C, C1, CE, C1E, D, D1, DE, D1E)
TMT – Truck Module (must have passed D-Test)
BMT – bus module (must have passed the C test)

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Switzerland Driver's License

You can drive in Switzerland using a foreign driver’s license for one year. After this time expires, certain nationalities will need to get a Swiss driver’s license.

Most people can use their foreign driver’s license for the first 12 months when driving in Switzerland. This guide explains what you need to do to exchange your license or get a new Swiss driver’s license. Sections include:

Driver’s licenses in Switzerland

Getting a Swiss driver’s license

Driving tests in Switzerland

Swiss driving lessons

Driving with a foreign license in Switzerland

Exchanging a foreign driver’s license in Switzerland

Renewing a driver’s license in Switzerland

Lost or stolen licenses in Switzerland

Swiss driver’s licenses for other vehicles

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Driver’s licenses in Switzerland

You can drive in Switzerland using your foreign driver’s license for up to 12 months as long as you are at least 18 years old. Once this 12 month period is up, you will need to exchange your license for a Swiss driver’s license.

Switzerland allows those from the European Economic Area (EU plus Iceland, Norway, and Lichtenstein) to exchange their foreign driver’s license for a Swiss equivalent without having to take a test, as long as it is exchanged within 12 months of taking up residence in Switzerland.

Those from outside the EEA will need to take a practical driving test in Switzerland after 12 months in order to exchange their license. Nationals from certain non-EU countries also have to sit the Swiss driving theory test.

If your driver’s license is in a language not recognized by Swiss authorities (English, French, German, or Italian), you need to carry either an International Driving License, which is a translation of your driving license.

Certain categories of international diplomats and civil servants are exempt from having to exchange their license and can drive using a foreign license for an unlimited period. Swiss driver’s license

Driving Theory Tests In Switzerland

Driving test at your local road traffic office.

The theory test is the first part of the Swiss driving test. You can normally book online by completing an application form on your canton’s road traffic office website, choosing a date, and paying the exam fee.

Tests take place at examination centers within the cantons. They last 45 minutes and consist of 50 multiple-choice questions. You need to score at least 135 to pass. You can take the test as many times as you like if you fail. However, you will need to pay the fee each time.

Until the end of 2020, those who passed the test needed to also pass their practical test within two years. However, rules changed in January 2021 and Swiss theory tests are now valid indefinitely.

Tests are usually in one of the national languages (French, German, Italian). However, in some cantons, you can request to take the exam in English. If the exam is in a language you are not fluent in, you can have a certified translator present. You can buy study guides and practice questions in shops and online, for example here at Fahrscultheorie.

Practical driving tests in Switzerland

Once you have passed your theory test and feel sufficiently prepared, you can book your practical driving test. You can do this yourself or your driving instructor can do this for you. It is possible to book online through your local road traffic office.

From January 2021, anyone under 20 years old who is taking a test needs to have had their provisional license for at least 12 months before taking the practical test.

You can take the test in any roadworthy car that meets the standard regulations, for example Swiss license plates. You will need to provide the following to book a test:

Valid photo ID

Provisional driving license

Registration details for the vehicle used in the test

The Swiss practical driving test takes place at a driving school where you will drive accompanied by a qualified examiner who will mark you on your ability to operate your vehicle, drive in traffic, follow verbal instructions, adhere to road signs, maneuver, and park the vehicle. Tests usually last around 40-60 minutes.

If you pass the test, you will receive a stamp on your provisional license immediately permitting you to drive in Switzerland unsupervised. You should receive your probationary Swiss driving license within 10 working days.

If you fail the test, you need to wait one month before retaking it. If you fail three times, you will need to take a driving aptitude test before taking another practical test. You will lose your provisional license if you fail the aptitude test. Passing the aptitude test and then failing the practical test for a fourth time means that you will have to go for psychological assessment on your ability to drive.

Since 2019, anyone who passes their Swiss practical driving test in an automatic vehicle can also drive a manual vehicle on their license.

Swiss driving lessons

You can take driving lessons in Switzerland either formally through a qualified driving instructor or driving school, or informally with someone such as a friend or family member who can drive.

If you choose to learn informally, the person accompanying you needs to be at least 23 years of age and have passed their three-year probationary period. You must attach an L plate clearly to the rear of your car. Under Swiss law, learners are liable for any traffic offenses committed while the accompanying driver is liable for criminal offenses if they are in breach of their obligations.

Many who want a Swiss driver’s license choose to learn through a professional instructor. Lessons normally last 45-50 minutes and there is no minimum or maximum number of lessons prior to taking the test. Instructors should have an Advanced Federal Certificate for driving instructors.

You can find driving schools near to you on the Swiss government website and compare driving instructor costs at Superfahrlehrer (in German). Typical costs are between CHF 80-110 per lesson. Some schools offer ‘crash courses’

Driving License Categories In Switzerland

A – motorcycles 

B – cars and other vehicles with a maximum weight of 3,500kg 

C – vehicles weighing over 3,500kg, for example trucks and lorries

D – vehicles used for passenger transport with more than 8 seats

F – vehicles, excluding motorcycles, with a maximum speed of 45km/h

G – agricultural and forestry vehicles, for example tractors

M – mopeds

You need to have the valid driving license for the corresponding vehicle. The fees, requirements, and processes for obtaining a license vary across the different categories. Buy a Swiss driver’s license online. Contact us via WhatsApp: +44 7459 562803

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