Finally the exam is done! You're holding your license. Of course the joy is great, but please don't forget - now the trial period begins.
In general, the same rules and regulations apply as in the probationary period for driving licences at 18, but there are two special features that may be of interest to you.
- The probationary period must be completed at the age of 17 for each driver's license. Even if you already have a category A driving licence, you must still complete a probationary period of two years.
- Never drive without your companion listed on the test certificate. Otherwise, you're committing a Category A traffic violation. This means an extended probationary period, a fine, participation in an advanced seminar and possibly withdrawal of the driving licence.
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Your driving instructor will tell you even more about all rules and restrictions of the probationary period. So discover directly in our search your driving school in the area and ask there all your unsolved questions about your way to a safe driver.