Decree On Driving Licenses

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om kørekort

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Overview (table of contents)
Chapter 1 Acquisition of licenses
Chapter 2 Traffic-related first aid
Chapter 3 Driving lessons
Chapter 4 Special driving lessons
Chapter 5 Driving tests etc.
Chapter 6 Issuance of licenses
Chapter 7 Extension of licenses
Chapter 8 Renewal of licenses
Chapter 9 Decisions on withdrawal of the right, driving and driver's license as well as controlling driving tests
Chapter 10 Reproduction of driving after driving
Chapter 11 Recovery of the right
Chapter 12 of the Faroe Islands, Greenland and foreign licenses
Chapter 13 Administrative provisions
Chapter 14 Penalties, entry into force and transitional provisions
Annex
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 6
Appendix 7
Appendix 8
Appendix 9
The full text
Order on driving licences1)
Pursuant to §§ 56-62, § 63a, § 64 paragraph. 5, § 88 a paragraph. 1, § 118, paragraph. 8, §§ 124 ac, § 124 q, § 130, paragraph. 1, § 134b and § 134 ci traffic law, see. Act no. 1058 of 4 November 2008:
Chapter 1
Acquisition of licenses
§ 1. No person may hold more than one driving license issued in an EU or EEA country.
§ 2. The license may be issued to a person who knows a sample show a sufficient driving skills and necessary knowledge of the vehicle and its treatment as well as to traffic rules, see. The provisions of Chapter 5.
PCS. 2. A license may be issued only to persons ordinarily resident in Denmark, cf. § 6. This limitation does not apply when issuing international driving license in accordance with § 65 and by issuing tourist driving license § 90. Issue of a duplicate in accordance with § 62 , PCS. 1-3, and renewal of licenses in accordance with Chapter 8 can also happen to people who have acquired Danish driving license and not ordinarily resident in Denmark or in another EU or EEA country.
PCS. 3. No, licenses are issued to persons whose driving license is restricted, suspended or withdrawn in another EU or EEA country. This does not apply to restrictions as set out in Annex 8
§ 3. Application for license submitted to the municipality. Applications may be submitted at any municipality, no matter where in Denmark applicant resides.
PCS. 2. The application must be accompanied by a photograph of the applicant. The photograph must meet the following requirements:
1) The photograph must be of good quality, durable, suitable for scanning and no stamps, holes or other damage.
2) The photograph must be a lifelike portrait photo in size 35 x 45 mm, where the head measuring 30-36 mm in height.
3) The photograph must be taken from the front and show the applicant's face without headgear and the top of the shoulders.
4) The face must be evenly illuminated.
5) Both eyes must be fully visible and the eyes must be directed towards the camera.
6) The mouth must be closed.
7) The glasses must not be tinted and must be without reflectors.
8) The background must be light and no shadows or designs.
PCS. 3. The local authority may allow the applicant to wear headgear to in paragraph. 2 said photograph if the applicant for religious reasons request. The local council may also allow the requirements of paragraphs. 2, no. 1-8 waived, provided that exceptional circumstances justify it.
PCS. 4. The application must also be accompanied by a medical certificate that meets the requirements of § 21, and a course certificate in the course of the traffic-related first aid, see. § 25.
PCS. 5. If the applicant is not Danish or Nordic citizen, the application shall also be accompanied residence or abode unless they can legally stay in Denmark without permission. If the local council deems it necessary, it may require that proof is provided that the applicant is ordinarily resident in Denmark or proof that the applicant for at least six months, stayed in Denmark as students see. § 6
§ 4. On filing an application for a license the applicant must prove his identity by presenting previous license provided for in § 55 paragraph. 2, said Community model, or by presenting a valid passport.
PCS. 2. If the applicant is not in possession of a valid passport or a previous license provided for in § 55 paragraph. 2, said Community model, the applicant must present the original baptism, name or birth certificate and photo ID.

PCS. 3. Where the applicant's identity number is not clearly specified in paragraph. 1 and 2 above documents must also be presented an identity card issued by a public authority, of which the applicant's identity number clearly apparent.
PCS. 4. If the applicant is assigned a number, and seen the applicant's date of birth and place of birth are not clearly specified in paragraph. 1 and 2 above documents must also be presented an identity card issued by a public authority, of which the applicant's date of birth and place of birth clearly apparent.
PCS. 5. Does the applicant now used name not specified in paragraph. 1-4 listed documents, the applicant has a duty upon request to document the name change by showing a marriage certificate, name certificate or documentation for review to the marriage authority or national register.
PCS. 6. If the issue of a license requires the presentation of a driving test or driving test, the applicant must first prove his identity, see. Paragraph. 1-2, in the theoretical and practical examination is held, see. Hereby § 41 paragraph. 4.
§ 5. The in § 4, paragraph. 1-5, said the documentation requirements for the applicant's identity may be waived if the municipality knows the applicant or if the applicant proves his identity by answering the control questions. In special cases, the applicant may instead prove his identity by a person who can establish its own identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-5 meetings with the applicant and writing testifies that the applicant is the applicant purports to be (witnesser).
PCS. 2. The local authority may require that the applicant, regardless of whether § 4, paragraph. 1-5 are met, proving his identity in accordance with § 5, paragraph. 1.
Usual residence
§ 6. As usual residence purposes of this Order the place where a person usually lives, that is for at least 185 days in a calendar year, because of personal and occupational ties. Is that a person with no occupational ties, there must be a personal link, which shows that there is a close link between himself and his place of residence.
PCS. 2. Usual resident deemed to be established at the time when a person has resided in Denmark for the performance of any of the paragraph. 1 mentioned conditions.
PCS. 3. A person who only has his occupational ties to Denmark are considered to be usual residents of the country in which he has his personal ties provided that he returns there regularly. The latter condition shall not apply if the person is living in Denmark in order to perform temporary occupation.
PCS. 4. Attendance at a university does not mean in itself that he becomes ordinarily resident in Denmark.
Driving license categories and entitlements
§ 7. Driving licenses may be issued to the following categories:








1)


Category A.





Motorcycle.





a)


Small motorcycle.





b)


Great motorbike.



2)


Category B.





Regular car.



3)


Category C.





Lorry.



4)


Category D.





Large passenger.



5)



Category E.





Large trailer.





a)


Category B with large trailer (category B / E).





b)


Category C with large trailer (category C / E).





c)


Category D with large trailer (Category D / E).







PCS. 2. There may also be issued license for commercial passenger and driver's license for tractor / engine tool.
§ 8. The license for category A (motorcycle) shall be validated according to the following:
1) licenses for categories A (small motorcycle) entitles the holder to drive:
a) Two-wheeled motorcycle with a ratio between power and weight with the addition of water, oil and fuel exceeding 0.16 kW / kg. It is also a condition that the motorcycle has a maximum power of 25 kW.
b) Two-wheeled motorcycles with sidecars with a ratio between power and weight with the addition of water, oil and fuel exceeding 0.16 kW / kg.
c) powered tricycle.
d) under a), b) and c) above vehicles towing a trailer.
e) Large moped.
2) license for category A (large motorcycle) entitles the holder to drive:
a) They in no. 1 above vehicles.
b) Two-wheeled motorcycle with a ratio between power and weight with the addition of water, oil and fuel exceeding 0.16 kW / kg or a power of more than 25 kW.
c) Two-wheeled motorcycles with sidecars with a ratio between power and weight with the addition of water, oil and fuel exceeding 0.16 kW / kg.
d) under b) and c) above vehicles towing a trailer.
PCS. 2. In the absence of information on the mass of water, oil and fuel, used motorcycle own weight plus 15 kg.
§ 9. The license for category B (standard car) entitles the holder to drive:
1) Passenger vehicles with more than eight passenger seats and a maximum weight of not more than 3,500 kg.
2) Vans with a maximum weight of not more than 3,500 kg.
3) Road Train composed of passenger car or van and a trailer with a gross vehicle weight not exceeding 750 kg.
4) Road Train consisting of a car or van and a trailer with a gross vehicle weight of over 750 kg. The towed total permissible weight must not exceed 3500 kg and the maximum authorized weight must not exceed the vehicle's curb weight plus 50 kg. The car's own weight plus 50 kg corresponds to the car's curb weight less 75 kg.
5) powered tricycle.
6) Tractor / motor tool.
7) United moped.
PCS. 2. For not obliged to register their tools happens determining the maximum authorized weight under paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and 4, using påhængsredskabets actual total weight.
§ 10. Driving licenses for categories C (lorry) entitles the holder to drive:
1) truck with a gross vehicle weight of more than 3500 kg.
2) Passenger car with up to eight passenger seats, and with a maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg.
3) Road Train consisting of a truck or a passenger car with up to eight passenger seats, and with a maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg and a trailer with a gross vehicle weight not exceeding 750 kg.
4) Motor-driven trailer.
PCS. 2. For not obliged to register their tools happens determining the maximum authorized weight under paragraph. 1, no. 3, using påhængsredskabets actual total weight.
§ 11. Licence D (large car) entitles the holder to drive:
1) Passenger vehicles with more than eight passenger seats.
2) Road Train consisting of a large passenger car and a trailer with a gross vehicle weight not exceeding 750 kg.
3) Articulated.

PCS. 2. For not obliged to register their tools happens determining the maximum authorized weight under paragraph. 1 pt. 2, using påhængsredskabets actual total weight.
§ 12. The license for category E (large trailer) gives the right to drive:
1) Road train consisting of an ordinary car and a trailer that does not fall under category B (category B / E).
2) Road Train consisting of a truck or a passenger car with up to eight passenger seats, and with a maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg and trailer with a gross vehicle weight of over 750 kg (category C / E).
3) Road Train consisting of a large passenger car and a trailer with a gross vehicle weight of over 750 kg (category D / E).
PCS. 2. licenses for categories B / E only allows to conduct large trailer in connection with the regular car (category B).
PCS. 3. Driving licenses for categories C / E and D / E provides also entitled to drive large trailer in connection with the regular car (category B).
PCS. 4. Driving licenses for categories C / E shall also be entitled to drive vehicles included in categories D / E, when the holder has acquired a license for category D. licenses for categories C / E gives entitlement to drive truck with attached trailer.
PCS. 5. Persons who are serving in the defense or the national emergency, and who is in possession of a driving license for category C or category D or vehicles in this category CD issued before 1 July 1996 can without having prepared for driving test category E expedient drive towing a trailer with a gross vehicle weight of over 750 kg. The trailer actual total weight must not exceed 1.500 kg, and the vehicle's overall weight must be at least twice the trailer.
PCS. 6. The provision of subsection. 5 shall apply to persons who are serving in the municipal emergency, but only if he were hired before July 1, 1996, and is in possession of a license for category CD issued before 1 July 1996.
PCS. 7. In order not obliged to register their tools happens determining the maximum authorized weight under this provision using påhængsredskabets actual total weight.
§ 13. Driving license for commercial passenger gives the right to lead ordinary car (category B), major (category D), or both ordinary car and large passenger car for the commercial transport of persons.
PCS. 2. Licences for commercial passenger category B and / or D applies also for commercial passenger vehicles covered by § 10 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, when the holder has acquired a license for category C.
§ 14. The license for tractor / engine tool entitles the holder to drive these vehicles, including with attached trailers.
Age Requirements etc.
§ 15. The license for category A may be issued to a person over the age of 18.
PCS. 2. Right to lead large motorcycle, see. § 8 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, point bd, is subject to the condition that the
1) have at least two years experience on a small motorcycle on the basis of a license for category A,
2) without even having at least two years experience on a small motorcycle on the basis of a license for category A, aged 21 years and subsequently passed a practical test on a large motorcycle, see. Annex 5, or
3) without ever having acquired motorcycle license, over 21 years and have completed driver training and passed a driving test for category A on a big motorcycle, see. Appendix 5.
PCS. 3. Application for the right to fly large motorcycle in accordance with paragraph. 2, no. 2 cases referred to under the rules of Chapter 7.
§ 16. The license for category B, category B / E, category C and category C / E may be issued to a person over the age of 18 years.
PCS. 2. licenses for categories C can be issued only to drivers who have acquired a license for category B.
PCS. 3. license for category B / E and category C / E may be issued only to drivers who have acquired the license for category B within category C.
§ 17. Driving licenses for categories D and Category D / E may be issued to a person over the age of 21 years.
PCS. 2. Licence D may be issued only to drivers who have acquired a license for category B.
PCS. 3. Licence D / E can be issued only to drivers who have acquired a license for category D.
§ 18. Driving license for commercial passenger may be issued to a person over the age of 21 years.

PCS. 2. Licences for commercial passenger may only be issued to drivers who have a B license and have passed a driving test for commercial passenger.
PCS. 3. Licences for commercial passenger may only be issued to the category that is presented in the driving test.
PCS. 4. Approved Driving Instructors may obtain license for commercial passenger without paying special driving test if they meet the relevant conditions. Application for licensing need in these cases also attach proof approval.
PCS. 5. The provision in paragraph. 4, 1st clause., Applies equally to persons within the last five years before the application date has regularly acted as examiner in or run the Judges. Application for licensing need in these cases also attach documentation for appointing and experience.
PCS. 6. Driving license for commercial passenger may be refused under the Criminal Code § 78 paragraph. 2, that condition.
PCS. 7. The municipal council shall be sent to the police who decide whether to allow licensing for commercial passenger to the applicant.
PCS. 8. If the license for commercial passenger refused, the prosecution at the request take legal action under the provisions of the Penal Code § 78 paragraph. 3.
§ 19. Driving licenses for tractor / engine tool can be issued to a person who is 16 years old.
Health Technical conditions
§ 20. Driving licenses may be issued only to a person who is in possession of sufficient visual and hearing ability and also the necessary mental and physical disability.
PCS. 2. The specific health conditions for obtaining a driving license shown in Annex 2.
PCS. 3. Commissioner of Police shall, after consultation with the Board of Health detailed guidelines for the handling of cases on the issue and renewal of licenses, which is health information that requires medical reports, opinions or assessments.
§ 21. The medical certificate referred. § 3, paragraph. 4, must be submitted on a form approved by the Board of Health.
PCS. 2. If the medical certificate given at the doctor's own paper, each sheet dated and placed in the applicant's name and personal number and the doctor's stamp and signature (the latter in different color). The individual sheets should also be numbered and stapled.
PCS. 3. The medical certificate to be issued by the applicant's usual physician or other medical specialist. If another doctor issuing the medical certificate, the applicant shall state adequate grounds.
PCS. 4. The local authority may require the applicant presents health card.
PCS. 5. To demonstrate that the applicant is identical to the person described in the medical certificate shall in § 3, paragraph. 2, said photo's backing of doctor bear the applicant's identity number, or if the applicant is not granted security number, date of birth and place of birth, and also be signed by the doctor. The certificate and the photo is sent directly to the municipality by the physician or the applicant shall be given in a sealed envelope bearing the doctor's name or stamp.
PCS. 6. The medical certificate must by filing of the application shall not exceed three months old and the issuing of the license may not exceed one year and three months old.
§ 22. On the basis of the information in the medical certificate shall be determined whether the applicant fulfills the medical conditions for obtaining the required license. Contains medical certificate no information about the disease in addition to information about the applicant's visual acuity, the decision of the municipal council, unless the municipal council finds that the applicant does not qualify for eyesight. In other cases, the decision of the police.
PCS. 2. Police can require from a specialist or other obtained a statement or further information, and also that the applicant also contributes to medical examinations to determine whether the license can be issued or might be issued on special terms.
PCS. 3. Police may require the applicant shall submit an indicative medical driving test, see. § 54, to assess whether the license can be issued or might be issued on special terms.
PCS. 4. The costs associated with this provision mentioned studies and run the test held by the applicant.
§ 23. If there is data showing that the applicant is dependent on the use of narcotics or other psychoactive substances or not sober, driving license shall not be issued or renewed.

PCS. 2. If the local council that there is or may be information referred to in paragraph. 1, sends the local council application to the police, acting on whether to allow licensing to the applicant.
PCS. 3. If the license is denied, the prosecution at the request take legal action under the provisions of the Penal Code § 78 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 4. The provisions of § 22 paragraph. 2 and 4 shall apply accordingly.
Slow moving invalid carriages
§ 24. The Commissioner of Police may allow the license to the slow moving disabled vehicle issued to a person over the age of 15 years.
Chapter 2
Traffic-related first aid
§ 25. For the first time the acquisition of entitlements driving licenses may be issued only to applicants who have completed a traffic-related first aid course.
PCS. 2. The traffic-related first aid course must be completed in accordance with Annex 9 of this notice and conducted by instructors approved by the Danish First Aid.
PCS. 3. After completion of the traffic-related first aid course issuer director a course certificate.
PCS. 4. The certificate shall upon application for a driving license shall not exceed one year old.
PCS. 5. Police may for persons with disabilities in special cases, dispense with the implementation of parts of the road traffic-related first aid course. Police may also, in special cases grant exemption from the requirement for a course certificate for the completion of the traffic-related first aid course, if the applicant within the past year has undergone a similar first aid course or if the applicant is otherwise deemed to have sufficient skills and knowledge of first aid.
Chapter 3
Driving lessons
§ 26. Applicants wishing license to a category to which they have not previously held a driving license, must have received training by an instructor approved for that category.
PCS. 2. Education for category B / E must be carried out by an instructor approved for categories C, D and E.
PCS. 3. Commissioner of Police shall issue notices of curriculum for driver training for each category, and education must be implemented accordingly.
PCS. 4. The curricula define the knowledge, skills and behavior, the applicant must possess a driving license. The teaching of theory and practice must be integrated and must follow teaching plan section breakdown.
PCS. 5. The teaching of theory can be given to applicants who want licenses for categories A, or candidates who want a B license if the contents of the theoretical training of the categories is identical. The same applies to applicants who want licenses for categories C and applicants wishing license for category D. The same applies to applicants who also want a driving license in either category A and category B or licenses for categories C and category D. The teaching instructor must be an approved driving instructor for both the categories being taught.
Breaks in running training period
§ 27. By driving training period means the period during which the applicant is run education. I run training period included the teaching of theory room (theoretical subjects), practical driving instruction (exercise run) theory test and practical test. Theory exam and the practical test is not part of the teaching, see. Annex 4.
PCS. 2. Applicants who are absent in running training period in more than three months must start driving lessons again in accordance with Annex 4 sections.
PCS. 3. Applicants who during driver training period is absent for a maximum of 4 lessons of 45 minutes in the theory room (theoretical subjects), under specific conditions even review the missing items by self-study. The conditions are stated in section VI of Annex 4.
PCS. 4. The reason for the absence is irrelevant.
§ 28. Education for categories C and D may only commence when the applicant has acquired a license for category B.
PCS. 2. Education for categories B / E, C / E and D / E must not commence until the applicant has acquired to drive vehicles in categories B, C and D.
PCS. 3. If the applicant has previously held a driving license for category B, or the applicant has previously held a driving license for category C or category D, the training for categories C, D and B / E respectively categories C / E and D / E is started, regardless of the driving condition or unconditionally disqualified person, see. however, § 34 paragraph. Second

Driving teaching duration
§ 29. Driving teaching (ie theoretical knowledge and practical driving instruction), the applicant must review the acquisition of licenses for the selected category, the following number of lessons a minimum of 45 minutes duration:
1) Category A: At least 26 lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 22 lessons in practical driving lessons (practice driving) in accordance with the curriculum for driver training for category A as defined. However paragraph. 2, no. 1, and paragraphs. 4.
2) Category B: At least 28 lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 24 lessons in practical driving lessons (practice driving) in accordance with the curriculum for driver training for category B referred to. However paragraph. 2, no. 2 and paragraph. 4.
3) Category C or Category D: At least 16 lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 18 lessons in practical driving lessons (practice driving) in accordance with the curriculum for driver training in categories C and Category D, cf.. However paragraph. 3 and 5.
4) Category C / E: at least 13 lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 18 lessons in practical driving lessons (practice driving) in accordance with the curriculum for driver training for category C / E.
5) Category D / E: At least 10 lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 6 lessons in practical driving lessons (practice driving) in accordance with the curriculum for driver training for category D / E.
6) Category B / E: At least 4 lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 6 lessons in practical driving lessons (practice driving) in accordance with the curriculum for driver training for category B / E.
PCS. 2. If the applicant has previously acquired a license for category A and category B, and no more than two years have passed from the issue of the license to the time of commencement of the first session by obtaining a driving license either category B or category A, driver training ( ie theoretical knowledge and practical driving instruction) include the following number of lessons a minimum of 45 minutes duration:
1) Category A: At least 14 lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 17 lessons in practical driving lessons (practice driving) in accordance with the curriculum for driver training for category A.
2) Category B: At least 16 lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 18 lessons in practical driving lessons (practice driving) in accordance with the curriculum for driver training for category B.
PCS. 3. If the applicant has previously acquired licenses for categories C or category D and not more than two years have passed from the issue of the license to the time of commencement of the first session by obtaining a driving license either to category D or to category C, the driving instruction ( ie theoretical knowledge and practical driving instruction) include the following number of lessons a minimum of 45 minutes duration: at least 10 lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 14 lessons in practical driving lessons (practice driving) in accordance with the curriculum for driver training in categories C and category D.
PCS. 4. If the applicant completes driver training for category A and category B at the same time, see. § 26 paragraph. 5, the teaching of theory room (theoretical subjects) for the two categories combined include at least 36 lessons a minimum of 45 minutes duration. For the practical driving instruction shall comply with paragraph. 1, no. 1-2.
PCS. 5. If the applicant completes driver training for category C and category D while, see. § 26 paragraph. 5, the teaching of theory room (theoretical subjects) for the two categories combined include at least 26 lessons a minimum of 45 minutes duration. For the practical driving instruction shall comply with paragraph. 1 pt. 3
PCS. 6. A lesson must last at least 45 minutes to be included in the calculation of the minimum compulsory lesson number. Up to 4 of the compulsory lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and up to 4 of the compulsory lessons in practical driver training (training services) may be included in the statement if each lesson has a duration of a least 15 minutes, see. Section 2 of Title V in Annex 3. This shall not driving education by obtaining a driving license for category B / E.
PCS. 7. The course in driver training for categories A, B, C, D and C / E to extend over at least 14 training days.
PCS. 8. The course in driver training for category D / E should last for at least 7 days of instruction.

PCS. 9. The course in driver training for category B / E should last for at least 3 days of instruction.
Lesson Plan
§ 30. Driving teacher must before the start of a run student teaching draw up a detailed lesson plan in two copies of the training planned in strict accordance with the provisions of this Order and the curriculum for driver training for the category. A copy of the prospectus must be provided to run the student later by running teaching the first lesson.
PCS. 2. Lesson plan shall contain the following:
1) Driving School name, address and telephone number.
2) Driving student's name, address and telephone number.
3) The person or teaching run teachers' names.
4) The order of the lessons in accordance with the teaching plan section breakdown, see. § 26 paragraph. 3 and 4.
5) Information on the number of lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and the number of lessons in practical driving lessons (practice run) as driver training for the category shall include at least the meaning. § 29
6) Information on the number of lessons respectively in closed training ground and road safety center, which driving instruction to the category shall include at least the meaning. §§ 33 and 36.
7) indication that it is run student's individual circumstances and abilities that are essential to how many lessons in addition to the stated minimum compulsory lesson number of driving student must have before the practical test can be taken.
8) The main content of each lesson, divided into lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and in practical driving lessons (practice run) listed in subsection designation (ie numbering with their heading) from the relevant curriculum, including space for date of each lesson implementation, the actually used time and space to run the student and run teacher's signatures.
9) Repetition of previously conducted lessons and evaluative tests.
PCS. 3. The teaching instructor and run the student must be immediately after the end of each lesson with their signatures (at least one first name and surname) in running teacher's copy of the lesson plan confirm that there are taught the content of the question session, including acknowledge the date of the lesson implementation and the actually used time.
PCS. 4. Driving Teacher copy of the prospectus must be carried on the driving test.
PCS. 5. Driving teacher may be required to present a lesson plan for the municipality, police or other control, including hand lesson plan to the control authority closer scrutiny.
PCS. 6. If running the pupil changes driving instructor in the teaching process, the former driving instructor hand over his copy of the lesson plan for the new instructor for use in running student continued driving lessons.
PCS. 7. Lesson plan shall be kept by the driving school for at least two years after completion of driver education period.
PCS. 8. Driving Tuition and use of lesson plans to be implemented in accordance with the provisions of Annex 3.
§ 31. The application for a driving license gives run student and instructor statement that in driver training at least have been used in § 29 paragraph. 1-5, prescribed number of lessons respectively in theory room (theoretical subjects) and in practical driver training (exercise drive), as well as the requirement in § 29 paragraph. 7-9, to the extent of the teaching are met. It is further declared that the requirements of §§ 33 and 36 to the number of lessons respectively in closed training ground and road safety center are met, and that the driver training has been done, given and used a lesson plan, see. § 30 || | PCS. 2. For the practical test must Declaration of driving instruction signed by the instructor and drive student.
PCS. 3. If several driving instructors taught drive student, the instructor who made the last lesson, respectively, in theory room (theoretical subjects) and in practical driving lessons (practice run), signing a declaration on driving lessons.
Initial driver training
§ 32. The initial driver training for categories A and B must be done in an enclosed exercise space that satisfies the requirements contained in Annex 6, Section I.
PCS. 2. With regard to the exercise site configuration and equipment and teaching organization and implementation, refer to the curriculum for categories A and B and Annex 6, Section I.

§ 33. The applicant must lead at least the 4 lessons a minimum of 45 minutes of maneuvers on a closed training ground by driving education for categories A and B.
Practice driving
§ 34. Practice driving not take place until three months before the date when the applicant meets the age requirement for the issuance of the required license, see. The relevant provisions of Chapter 1
PCS. 2. For persons who are disqualified from driving absolutely must practice driving start no earlier than three months before the suspension period expires.
PCS. 3. Practice driving the motorcycle may only take place with a maximum of three students at a time. While driving to drive the teacher to monitor the students properly. Driving teacher can and must, if taught more than one student at a time, monitor pupils from a following vehicle. The vehicle must be equipped with a radio with hands-free operation for use by the driving instructor, and must always be kept either by the driving instructor or by a person with valid driving license. By educating one student can run the teacher monitor services from the motorcycle rear seat.
PCS. 4. Vehicles used for practice driving, comply with Annex 5.
Final driver training
§ 35. The final driving lessons for categories A, B, C, C / E and D should be conducted in a safe-driving system complying with the requirements set out in Annex 6, Part II. The teaching of road safety center may be granted only after implementation of all the preceding sections of the curriculum.
PCS. 2. With regard to the organization and implementation of education on road safety center please refer to the curriculum for categories A, B, C, D and E.
§ 36. The applicant must operate at least 5 lessons implement a minimum 45 minutes of maneuvers on road safety center in driver training for category A.
PCS. 2. The applicant must lead at least the 4 lessons a minimum of 45 minutes of maneuvers on road safety center in driver training for category B.
PCS. 3. The applicant must lead at least the 4 lessons a minimum of 45 minutes of maneuvers on road safety center in driver training for categories C, D and C / E.
Chapter 4
Special driving lessons
§ 37. Special driving lessons must be conducted in accordance with the rules applicable to driving education for the category in which the offense underlying the ban on driving, committed, see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. If the driving ban is justified in driving tractors / power equipment, large moped or tricycle, the special driver training conducted in accordance with the rules applicable to driving instruction to the first category, which they have acquired.
PCS. 3. Driving instruction must be given by an instructor approved for the category to which the particular driving instruction deals.
§ 38. The special driver training must be conducted in accordance with the National Police Order on curriculum for driver training for the category in question and shall include the following sections:
1) 4th paragraph: User behavior.
2) 6. Title: Basic rules for driving.
3) 7. Title: maneuvers on the road.
PCS. 2. The teaching of theory and practice must be integrated and must follow teaching plan section breakdown.
PCS. 3. The provisions of lesson plans in § 30 and if no certificate of driving instruction in § 31 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 4. Candidates who are absent in running training period in more than three months must start the special driving lessons again.
§ 39. The teaching (ie theoretical knowledge and practical driving instruction), the applicant must undergo the special driver training shall include at least 7 lessons a minimum of 45 minutes duration in theory room (theoretical subjects) and at least 8 lessons a minimum of 45 minutes in the practical driving lessons (exercise run).
PCS. 2. The course at the special driver training must extend across at least eight teaching days.
Course on alcohol and driving (A / T course)
§ 40. The teaching of alcohol and traffic (A / T course) offered by the regions.
PCS. 2. A / T Course shall be conducted in accordance with the Ministry of Justice Order on curriculum for course on alcohol and driving (A / T course) and its annexes. Teaching must follow teaching plan section breakdown.

PCS. 3. A / T-course consists of 4 lessons a 2½ hours each spread over at least four weeks. Attendance is mandatory for all 4 sessions. The rules for participation in the course stated in the curriculum for the course in alcohol and traffic. Students who do not follow these rules may be expelled.
PCS. 4. Upon completion of the A / T-course issuer course provider a course certificate.
PCS. 5. A / T-course that must be completed before the driving test can be taken, start not earlier than three months before the suspension period expires. This limitation shall not apply in connection with the review of the A / T-course due to a driving ban.
PCS. 6. To participate in the A / T-course pay the student one of the training provider fixed amount covering expenses related to the organization and administration of the course.
Chapter 5
Driving tests etc.
§ 41. The municipal council fixes driving tests by appointment with the police.
PCS. 2. Driving test consists of a theory test and a practical test.
PCS. 3. The test for large motorcycles, see. § 15 paragraph. 2 pt. 2 and Category B / E consists only of a practical test.
PCS. 4. When organizing both the theory test and practical test the application form, run the teacher's copy of the prospectus and any previous license allowed. Lesson Plan must, however, not allowed in connection with the presentation of the driving test, unless the driving test is taken as a result of driving. When organizing theory test and practical test, the applicant must also prove his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-2. Theory and practical test may be held if the applicant in another and sufficiently secure way proves his identity.
PCS. 5. The result of a theory test and a practical test must be immediately after the test assessment applicant.
§ 42. Driving tests, practical tests and guiding health run tests held by the police.
PCS. 2. Driving tests and practical tests can be for military personnel and for personnel of the emergency services is presented to the defense respectively, the national emergency response driving judges. Driving Judges can not hold driving tests for commercial passenger and controlling driving tests.
§ 43. Driving and practical test for category A driving tests for categories B, C, D, C / E, D / E and practical test for category B / E conducted in accordance with the provisions of Annex 7, section I.
PCS. 2. Driving tests for commercial passenger for categories B and D and driving test for tractor / engine tool implemented in accordance with the provisions of Annex 7, in Sections II and III.
PCS. 3. Driving exam for commercial passenger category D can be executed simultaneously with the driving test for category D. If an applicant is not a theory test for commercial passenger category D, retained the right to carry out practical test for category D, if the theory test for category D is passed.
§ 44. If the applicant can not be adequately can speak and understand Danish or a foreign language, as the supervisor or the examiner in command must be in both theory test and practical test used an interpreter. Police selects the interpreter. Expenses for an interpreter shall be borne by the applicant.
PCS. 2. No use of interpreter at the theory test in cases where the theory test in the digital theory test system can be implemented in a foreign language that the applicant understands.
PCS. 3. A driving instructor or a driving instructor aspirant must not act as interpreter.
PCS. 4. The preparation of the driving test for commercial passenger can not use an interpreter.
Theory
§ 45. Theory of categories A and B can only be scheduled when training in driving on closed training ground has been completed and the driving instructor who made the teaching of the applicant's signature on the application form confirmed when and where instruction was given, see. § 47.
§ 46. Theory earliest prepared one month before the applicant meets the age requirement for the issuance of the requested license. Applicants wishing driving license for tractor / engine tool can undergo the theory test six months before, the age requirement is met.

§ 47. The driving instructor who has taught the applicant, at the latest before the theory test presentation by signing the application form to confirm that the applicant has received training in driving on closed training ground, in theory and in practical training in accordance with the curriculum for that category. Has several driving instructors taught the applicant in one or more of the above disciplines, the driving instructor, who made the last lesson within each discipline, signing the application form. This instructor must first ensure that the curriculum is followed.
PCS. 2. Paragraph. 1 shall apply to the presentation of the driving test in connection with the rendering of the right after a driving ban. There need not be supplied statement on the teaching of driving on closed training ground.
Practical test
§ 48. The practical test can only be scheduled when the theory test is passed. In the practical test reporting the teaching on road safety center to be completed. The driving instructor who has taught the applicant on road safety center shall by signing the application form indicate where and when the instruction was given, in accordance. § 47.
PCS. 2. Paragraph. 1, point 1. apply correspondingly to the presentation of the driving test in connection with the rendering of the right after a driving ban.
§ 49. Practical test can at the earliest be taken once the applicant meets the age requirement for the issuance of the requested license. Police may in exceptional cases waive the deadline.
PCS. 2. The practical test must be passed within 12 months of the theory test is passed. Theory exam retains only valid for up to 12 months if the applicant is in a continuous training program, see. § 27 paragraph. 1 and 2.
PCS. 3. The applicant must provide vehicle available at the presentation of the practical test. The vehicle must comply with Annex 5.
PCS. 4. If an applicant for health reasons can only obtain a driving license for certain classes of vehicle or for adapted vehicles, see. § 56 paragraph. 1, prepared the practical test with a truck. There may require that the vehicle at the practical test are fitted with special pedals, see. Appendix 5.
§ 50. If an applicant not the practical test due to lack of knowledge of important traffic rules or because of poor driving skill that determines the police in accordance with § 76, the applicant shall submit to a driving test in order to maintain a possibly already acquired the license to other categories .
Driving test
§ 51. Driving test held in the following cases:
1) After conditional or unconditional disqualification, see. § 78 paragraph. 1 and § 86 paragraph. 1.
2) After driving, see. § 79 paragraph. 1.
3) If the police find that there is reasonable doubt as to whether the license holder is still in possession of the necessary driving skills, sufficient knowledge of traffic rules or understanding of consideration for other road users see. § 76 paragraph. 1.
4) When applying for renewal of licenses three years or more after the validity of the license is expired. § 70 paragraph. 1.
5) The exchange of certain foreign licenses, see. § 96 paragraph. 2, § 97 paragraph. 2, § 98 paragraph. 2 and § 99 paragraph. 2.
6) In certain cases, by issuing tourist license, see. § 90 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 2. Driving test conducted in accordance with the provisions for category B. See Annex 7, Section I see. However, § 53 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. The person must take driving test, ask yourself car for the driving test. The vehicle must comply with Annex 5. The provision of § 49 paragraph. 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 52. The organization of a driving test according to § 76 paragraph. 1 and § 78 paragraph. 1, the license delivered to the supervisor at the theory test and the examiner at the practical test. If the driving test is not passed, involved driving license.
PCS. 2. Driving test according to § 76 paragraph. 1 and § 78 paragraph. 1, to be presented within three months of that decision shall be final. Police may in exceptional cases grant exemption from the deadline.

§ 53. If the sample is based on his or her driving with another category, the police may decide that the sample prepared in accordance with the rules applicable for the driving test for this category provided that the applicant has or has held a driving license in the category concerned. Passed the driving test, issued license to the previously acquired categories.
PCS. 2. Is the total driving test failed after the presentation of a maximum of two theory tests and two practical tests, any additional samples prepared in accordance with the rules on driving test for a license in the categories, which leads right wishes to regain. If the person is disqualified by the police because a driving test is not passed, see. § 76 paragraph. 1 and § 78 paragraph. 1, is deemed not passed the test for the first try.
PCS. 3. Have the right to drive has been suspended or revoked for three years or more, or are in berammelsen of the driving test, which passed the course more than three years after the disqualification or withdrawal beginning of the period, or be driving test is presented on the occasion of renewal of licenses must run the sample prepared in accordance with the rules on driving test for a license in the categories, which leads right wishes to regain or whose license to be renewed.
PCS. 4. The provisions of paragraphs. 1-3 apply correspondingly to the reproduction of a license after driving.
Indicative medical driving test
§ 54. The police can in the acquisition and renewal of licenses require that the applicant shall submit an indicative medical driving test to assess whether the license can be issued or might be issued on special terms. Such a driving test may also be claimed held in order to determine to what extent a license holder can continue to maintain its right to drive completely or partially, see. § 77. The police may require the applicant or license holder a vehicle authorized to practice driving, available.
PCS. 2. If necessary, the applicant or license holder previously held by paragraph. 1 mentioned running test gain any skill in operating the vehicle, this can take place on a closed training ground or a road safety center.
Chapter 6
Issuance of licenses
§ 55. Driving license issued by the Commissioner of Police.
PCS. 2. Driver's license issued by the EC model in accordance with the provisions of Annex 1
§ 56. The license may be issued with limited validity or restricted to vehicles that meet certain specified conditions, or otherwise subject to particular conditions. Conditions and limitations endorsed on the license in talkodeform under the provisions of Annex 8
PCS. 2. Licences for tractor / power equipment, commercial passenger and driver's license with instructor approval issued pursuant to the Annex 8 of Title III Regulations.
§ 57. If the applicant has passed the driving test or the practical test, the applicant in the examiners sight of completing the signature box of a Card.
PCS. 2. If the applicant has proof of his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-2, issue the examiner in a temporary license. Simultaneously with the issuance of the temporary license may need previous license handed to the examiner. If the applicant against the examiner proof of his identity other than in accordance with § 4, paragraph. 1-2, the provisional license issued by the local council if the applicant for the municipality proves his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-5. The provisions of § 5 applies in these cases mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 3. Informs the applicant having to drive abroad, except in Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and estimates the local council that the original license can not be issued before the applicant leaves the country the temporary replacement driving license issued in accordance with the provisions of § 63 , PCS. 2 and 3.
validity
§ 58. Driving licenses for categories A, B and B / E as well as driving license for tractor / engine instrument issued valid for the holder's 70th birthday.
§ 59. Driving licenses for categories C, C / E, D and D / E issued valid for the holder's age of 50 years, see. However paragraph. 2 and 4.
PCS. 2. Is the applicant at the time the license is issued, age 45, but not 50, issued license to in paragraph. 1 said vehicles with a validity of five years.
PCS. 3. Is the applicant at the time the license is issued, aged 50 years or over, licenses are issued to in paragraph. 1 mentioned categories with a validity of five years.

PCS. 4. Licences to in paragraph. 1 above categories issued valid for the holder's 70th birthday if the applicant holds such a category issued before 14 April 1997, provided that the right is not otherwise limited in duration.
PCS. 5. Licences for commercial passenger is issued with a validity of five years.
§ 60. If the applicant at the time the license is issued, the age of 65 but not 70 years, licenses are issued to all categories and driver's license for commercial passenger and tractor / engine tool with a validity of five years.
PCS. 2. Is the applicant at the time the license is issued, the age of 70 years or more shall be issued a license with the following validity:
1) If the applicant is 70 years of age but not 71 years: Four years.
2) If the applicant filled 71 years old, but 72 years: Three years.
3) If the applicant 72nd birthday, but not 80 years: two years.
4) If the applicant filled 80 years: one year.
§ 61. If the medical information justify it, or there is reasonable doubt about whether the person is sober or independent of intoxicating or other psychoactive substances, driving licenses may in all cases be issued with a shorter validity than in §§ 58-60 above .
PCS. 2. If the local authority considers that there is or may be the basis for a shorter period of validity, see. Paragraph. 1, sends the local council application to the police, acting on, with the period of validity of the license to be issued.
Duplicate
§ 62. any loss of a driver's license, or it becomes damaged or worn to such an extent that the text, number, stamps, photo, or the like can not be controlled on the spot, or damaged license, moreover, the holder may request to obtain a duplicate if must be continued use of the right. This does not apply to name changes.
PCS. 2. An application for a duplicate submitted to the municipality. Applications may be submitted at any municipality, regardless of where the applicant resides. The applicant must at the municipality fill signature box on a data card.
PCS. 3. The application must be accompanied by a photograph, see. § 3, paragraph. 2. The applicant must also prove his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-5. The provisions of § 3, paragraph. 3 and paragraph. 5, 1st paragraph., And § 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis. Is the license lost, give the applicant by signing the application form under penalty of Penal Code § 163 declaration. Damaged license to be replaced by a duplicate, must be submitted to the municipality.
PCS. 4. Persons ordinarily resident in Denmark and who hold a driving license issued in an EU or EEA country according to that provision obtain a duplicate, see. However, § 2. 3. The provision in § 3, paragraph. 5, 2nd paragraph., Finds in these cases mutatis mutandis. Is the license to be replaced, issued on the basis of an exchange of a driving license not originally issued in an EU or EEA country, may not be issued a duplicate if the person passed a driving test. There should, however, not passing a driving test if the original license is issued in a country or a state, which according to § 99 paragraph. 1, are exempted from controlling test in exchange for Danish license. The municipality supplies duplikatkørekortet with an endorsement on the original country of issue. Any subsequent renewal or replacement of the license must endorsement repeated.
Temporary replacement issue
§ 63. If a driving license lost or withdrawn in accordance with § 72 paragraph. 3, and informs the holder having to drive abroad, except in Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, issued by the municipal council request a temporary replacement driving license, if it is considered that a duplicate can not be issued before the applicant leaves the country.
PCS. 2. An application for a temporary replacement driving license submitted to the municipality. Applications may be submitted at any municipality, no matter where in Denmark applicant resides.
PCS. 3. The application must be accompanied by a photograph, see. § 3, paragraph. 2. The applicant must also prove his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-5. The provisions of § 3, paragraph. 3 and 5 and § 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

§ 64. If a holder of a Danish driving license disqualified from driving in another country or are abroad issued bans, and the foreign driving license authority conditional suspension period or driving prohibition starting date of delivery of the license to the registration of the relationship or endorsement thereon, or are abroad been an administrative withdrawal of the driving license can be issued on request a temporary replacement driving license on submission of the license or against presentation of documentation from the foreign driving license authority that this is in possession of the license. Temporary replacement driving license issued stating that it is not valid when driving in the country where the offense was committed. Application for temporary replacement driving license submitted to the municipality, which sends the application to the police, who decides whether the temporary replacement license can be issued. Temporary replacement license can be issued if the license in an EU or EEA country is restricted, suspended or withdrawn. This does not apply to restrictions as set out in Annex 8
PCS. 2. Where the police decision right of action by the disqualification of the Penal Code § 11, the temporary replacement license is not issued in accordance with paragraph. 1, if it is considered that the conditions for unconditional disqualification exists. § 75 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 3. issued temporary replacement driving license, transmit municipal license to the foreign driving license authority if it is not already in possession of it. The local council shall in all cases measures to ensure that the license after the registration or endorsement by the foreign driving license authority is returned to the local council, which issued the temporary replacement driving license.
PCS. 4. Disclosure of the license after the registration or endorsement by the foreign driving license authority may, if temporary replacement driving license is issued, is dependent upon the return of this.
International driving licenses
§ 65. International driving licenses may be issued pursuant to the International Conventions of 19 September 1949 on the road and 8 November 1968 on road traffic.
PCS. 2. The application for international driving license is lodged with the municipality. Applications may be submitted at any municipality, regardless of where the applicant resides.
PCS. 3. The application must be accompanied by a photograph, see. § 3, paragraph. 2, and the applicant's license. The provisions of § 3, paragraph. 3 and paragraph. 5, 1st paragraph., And § 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 4. International driving license can only be issued to a person who is in possession of a valid Danish driving license and can only cover the vehicles of the same type as the Danish driver's license.
PCS. 5. The international driving license is valid for one year from date of issue. It gives the right to drive of a kind as it sounds on the countries which have acceded to the Convention, under which the license was issued. An international driving license issued in Denmark shall not be eligible to drive in Denmark.
Chapter 7
Extension of licenses
§ 66. Application for extension of a driving license to apply for additional categories, tractor / power equipment or commercial passenger application for setting practical test in § 15 paragraph. 2, no. 2, said case and for the issuance of licenses on the occasion of the completion of the in § 68 paragraph. 2, said course be submitted to the municipality. Applications may be submitted at any municipality, no matter where in Denmark applicant resides.
PCS. 2. The application must be accompanied by a photograph and a medical certificate, see. § 3, paragraph. 2 and 4. The applicant must also prove his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-6. The provisions of § 3, paragraph. 3 and 5 and § 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 67. Driving tests or practical test on the occasion of the extension of the license held in accordance with the rules in Chapter 5.
PCS. 2. Pass the test and the applicant meets the conditions for the extension of licenses, licenses are issued in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 6. The provisions of § 22 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 3. The license now applies to the categories that now have the right to lead, and possibly also for commercial passenger.
§ 68. Issue of license for the extension of a license issued before 1 July 1996 is undertaken pursuant to § 110th

PCS. 2. Holders of category A1 (solo motorcycle), issued before 1 July 1996, wishing to obtain the right to drive motorcycles with sidecars, see. § 110, no. 2 shall first issue of driving licenses through a course in road motorcycle with a sidecar on a road safety center. The course will be conducted in accordance with the section about driving with a sidecar in the curriculum for category A on a motorcycle, satisfying the requirements of Annex 5, Section II, no. 1, point c.
PCS. 3. If the paragraph. 2 above condition is not satisfied, happens issue of driving licenses for the extension of a license issued before 1 July 1996 containing Category A 1 using code 100, see. Provisions of Annex 8, Section III.
Chapter 8
Renewal of license
§ 69. Application for renewal of a license by the expiration of the period of validity submitted to the municipality. Applications may be submitted at any municipality, regardless of where the applicant resides. The applicant must at the municipality fill signature box on a data card.
PCS. 2. The application must be accompanied by a photograph and a medical certificate, see. § 3, paragraph. 2 and 4. The applicant must also prove his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-5. The provisions of § 3, paragraph. 3 and 5 and § 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 3. When applying for renewal of licenses for commercial passenger finds § 18 paragraph. 6 and 7 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 4. The municipal council sends applications for renewal of licenses with endorsement for approval as a driving instructor for the police, who decides whether the applicant meets the conditions for running a teacher permit is renewed, see. Road Traffic Act § 66 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 5. The municipal council sends applications for renewal of licenses for commercial passenger to the police who decide whether renewal can happen, see. Penal Code § 78 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 6. Issue of licenses in connection with the renewal of a license issued before 1 July 1996 is undertaken pursuant to § 110. The provisions of § 68 paragraph. 2 and 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 70. When applying for renewal of licenses three years or more after the validity of the license has expired, the applicant must pass a driving test in accordance with § 53 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 2. The police may decide that driving test will not be prepared.
§ 71. If the applicant conditions for the renewal of licenses, licenses are issued in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 6. The provisions of § 22 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 2. Run validity of the card is determined by the previous driving license expiry date or on the date of renewal, whichever is the later.
PCS. 3. Is the application for renewal of licenses filed without renewal immediately to happen, the local council may issue a temporary license. If the applicant wants the opportunity to drive outside Scandinavia, the municipal council may also request renewal of the license for an initial period of three months.
PCS. 4. Has there been provisionally renewal after paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence. Sent it finally renewed license to the municipality where the applicant can get the license handed surrendering the preliminary renewed license.
Chapter 9
Decisions on the withdrawal of the right, driving and driver's license as well as controlling driving tests
§ 72. Police to the provisions of this chapter include the right to drive if conditions for obtaining the license are no longer met.
PCS. 2. Right to commercial passenger can be denied in accordance with the rules of the Penal Code § 79. The Court can not be withdrawn by the police without the simultaneous involvement of the general right to drive.
PCS. 3. Police may include a damaged or worn driver's license. Any decision to withdraw the license on the spot, draws the police as far as possible a temporary license.
§ 73. Hits police provision on withdrawal of the right, imposed bans or disqualified from driving unconditional, the license to the police.
PCS. 2. The license shall also be handed to the police if there pursuant to § 77 paragraph. 2 or 3, made restrictions on driving.
PCS. 3. Is there issued international driving license in Denmark to a person whose driving license was withdrawn by the police or of his unconditional also need the international driver's license to the police.

PCS. 4. In case of withdrawal from driving because the person is sober or are dependent on narcotics, or other psychoactive substances, matters prosecution at the request the matter to court under the provisions of the Penal Code § 78 paragraph. 3.
§ 74. For driving test pursuant to this Chapter, the provisions of Chapter 5, without. Prejudice to paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. A license holder may, instead of presenting driving test after paragraph. 1 apply for the license to apply additional categories, where the extension involves the presentation of a driving test, see. § 41 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 3. For driving tests prepared in accordance with paragraph. 2, the driving test for applicable terms and effects of analogy.
PCS. 4. The police may without delay from driving if a license holder refuses to help
1) A driving test,
2) a driving test after paragraph. 2
3) a health examination by his own doctor or another specialist or to
4) an indicative medical driving test, see. § 54.
PCS. 5. The right to be involved also, if the driving test is not passed the first time.
PCS. 6. Is driving revoked by the police because a driving test is passed or presented, handled applications for recovery in accordance with Chapter 11
Temporary suspension of a driving license
§ 75. Where the police that the conditions for unconditional disqualification exist, the original license in the following cases temporarily withdrawn:
1) Decision on charges for drunk driving with a blood alcohol content during or after driving more than 1.20 blood alcohol or an alcohol concentration in the breath during or after driving over 0.60 milligrams per. liter of air.
2) Decision on charges for drunk driving with a blood alcohol content during or after driving of not more than 1.20 blood alcohol or an alcohol concentration in the breath during or after the run of no more than 0.60 milligrams per. liters of air, when the accused was previously charged or convicted of drunk driving, including drunken driving following the rules applicable to this process before September 1, 2005 or when the accused was previously convicted for violation of the Road Traffic Act § 54 paragraph. 1 or 2.
PCS. 2. If the police that the conditions for unconditional disqualification exists in other than those listed in paragraph. 1 former case, the original driving license temporarily suspended.
PCS. 3. Estimated conditions for unconditional suspension of the right to exist, but this is no doubt, temporary withdrawal of the original license only happen at the same time issuing a temporary license.
PCS. 4. Temporary suspension of an original license following paragraph. 1 or 2 may be the license holder required verified by the court. The police must advise him of the right to trial.
Lack of knowledge or skills
§ 76. The police may decide that a license holder shall submit to a driving test if there is reasonable doubt as to whether he is still in possession of the necessary driving skills, sufficient knowledge of traffic rules or understanding of consideration for other road users.
PCS. 2. Driving test should not be taken if the person concerned has passed a driving test after the fact, which led to the police decision.
PCS. 3. Applications under paragraph. 2, the driving test must be presented within the deadline for the presentation of the driving test, see. § 52 paragraph. 2. The exam is held the driving test is not within the deadline, or passed the exam is not, can the police immediately involve driving. §§ 81-85 shall then apply mutatis mutandis.
Health Conditions related
§ 77. If the police aware of facts which give grounds for doubt as to whether the license holder is still in possession of a full health and remain sober or independent of intoxicating or other psychoactive substances, has the duty to help
1) the medical examinations required for a decision thereof, including the provision of medical, possibly from a specialist in the relevant field in accordance. § 22, or
2) an indicative medical driving test, see. § 22.
PCS. 2. On the basis of studies or run the test determined
1) the license holder may retain the right to drive, possibly with special restrictions, see. §§ 56, paragraph. 1 and 61,

2) the right to be involved either for medical reasons or because of the holder's dependence on narcotics, or other psychoactive substances or due to lack of sobriety, or
3) the license holder shall be convened to pass a driving test due to lack of knowledge or skills, see. § 76 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 and 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis in connection with commercial passenger service.
PCS. 4. Are there restrictions on the right to be issued a new license in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 6. The person shall submit a photograph, see. § 3, paragraph. 2. The applicant must also prove his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-5, as well as completing the signature box in a data card from the municipality. The provisions of § 3, paragraph. 3 and 5 and § 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Conditional disqualification
§ 78. Is the right to suspend your conditional license holder has to submit a controlling driving test. Is the right to suspend your condition as a result of drunk driving, the driver shall have completed a course on alcohol and driving (A / T course).
PCS. 2. Driving test should not be taken if the person concerned has passed a driving test after the fact, which led to the disqualification. Passing a driving test does not exempt implementation of A / T-course.
PCS. 3. Applications under paragraph. 2, the driving test must be presented within the deadline for the presentation of the driving test, see. § 52 paragraph. 2. The exam is held the driving test is not within the deadline, or passed the exam is not, can the police immediately involve driving. §§ 81-85 shall then apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 4. Is the right to suspend your condition as a result of drunk driving, see. Road Traffic Act § 60 paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence. Must be enclosed a course certificate as proof of completion of the course on alcohol and driving (A / T course).
Chapter 10
Reproduction of driving after driving
§ 79. Applicants imposed on driving under the Road Traffic Act § 127, can only get from driving reproduced, provided that the applicant has completed special driving instruction and / or training in alcohol and traffic (A / T course) and have passed a driving test, see. road traffic Act § 60 a paragraph. 1 and 2.
PCS. 2. The special driver training and / or A / T-course must be completed before the driving test can be taken.
§ 80. Application for reproduction of driving after driving under the Road Traffic Act § 127, submitted to the municipality. Applications may be submitted at any municipality, no matter where in Denmark applicant resides. Data card signed when the practical test is passed.
PCS. 2. Is driving ban imposed because of drunk driving, including drunken driving under the rules in force accordingly before 1 September 2005, cf. Road Traffic Act § 60 a paragraph. 2, the application as proof of completion of the course on alcohol and driving (A / T course) accompanied by a certificate of completion. In other cases, the application as proof of completed special driving instruction attached declaration according to. § 31, and the applied lesson plan.
PCS. 3. The application must be accompanied by a photograph, see. § 3, paragraph. 2. The applicant must also prove his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-6. The provisions of § 3, paragraph. 3 and 5 and § 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Chapter 11
The recovery of the right
§ 81. Application for restoration of the right after it is seized by the police or withdrawn unconditionally submitted to the municipality. Applications may be submitted at any municipality, no matter where in Denmark applicant resides. The applicant must at the municipality fill signature box on a data card.
PCS. 2. Is the right to withdrawn unconditionally as a result of drunk driving, including drunken driving under the rules in force accordingly before 1 September 2005, cf. Road Traffic Act § 60 paragraph. 2, point 2., The application must be accompanied by a training certificate as proof of completion of the course on alcohol and driving (A / T course).
PCS. 3. The application must be accompanied by a photograph, see. § 3, paragraph. 2. The applicant must also prove his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-6. The provisions of § 3, paragraph. 3 and 5 and § 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

PCS. 4. Did the police involved driving for medical reasons or because of addiction to narcotics, or other psychoactive substances or due to lack of sobriety handed also a medical certificate, see. § 3, paragraph. 4. Incidentally required medical certificate only if a previous medical certificate, issued in connection with the issuance or renewal of licenses, or other circumstances give reason to do so.
§ 82. Driving test under this chapter is presented in accordance with the relevant provisions of Chapter 5, without. However, § 85. 2.
§ 83. In the application for restoration of the right to license extended to license for commercial passenger without prepared special driving test here. It is a condition that the applicant, when driving was suspended or revoked, was in possession of a valid driving license for commercial passenger. It is a further condition that no by the decision on withdrawal or disqualification was ordered that special disqualification for commercial passenger. The provisions of § 18 paragraph. 6-8 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 84. If the applicant conditions to regain the right to be issued a license in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 6. The provisions of § 22 shall apply accordingly.
Recovery after withdrawal of the right
§ 85. Is the right to involvement of the police, because a driving test is passed or presented, the recovery could not be made until a new driving test is passed.
PCS. 2. A license holder may, instead of presenting driving test in accordance with paragraph. 1 apply for the license to apply additional categories, where the extension involves the presentation of a driving test, see. § 41 paragraph. 2. for controlling driving tests applicable legal effects found in these cases mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 3. Have the right to drive has been suspended by the police for three years or more due to dependence on narcotics, or other psychoactive substances, because of lack of sobriety, or because of health information, it is a condition of regaining that have passed a driving test . Police may in exceptional cases decide that driving test will not be prepared.
Recovery after unconditional disqualification
§ 86. Is driving disqualified unconditionally, the applicant must pass a driving test before recovery of the right to happen, see. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. Is driving disqualified unconditionally within the first three years after the first time the acquisition of entitlements, see. Road Traffic Act § 60 a paragraph. 3, the special driver training be conducted and driving test passed before driving can be restored. The special driver training, which can be planned three months before the suspension period expired, must be completed before the driving test can be taken.
PCS. 3. Is the right to withdrawn unconditionally as a result of drunk driving, including drunken driving following the rules applicable to this process before September 1, 2005, the court can only be restored if the applicant has completed a course on alcohol and driving (A / T course) and passed a driving test. A / T-course must be completed before the driving test can be taken.
PCS. 4. Driving test can be taken before the suspension period expires. The practical test, the effective date is presented one month before the suspension period expires.
PCS. 5. Have the person, in cases other than those referred to in paragraph. 2 shall passed a driving test after the fact, which led to the indictment, the driving test is not prepared, if the driving test is passed within the last year before the suspension period expired and within the last year before the application for restoration of the right. Passing a driving test does not exempt implementation of A / T-course, see. Paragraph. 3. A / T course, for these cases to be implemented within three months after the decision on the driving test is final.
Chapter 12
Faroe Islands, Greenland and foreign licenses
§ 87. The provisions of this Order shall apply to holders of the Faroe Islands, Greenland and foreign licenses, to the extent that the license justifies a license holder having their usual residence in Denmark to drive here.

PCS. 2. drive in accordance with the Faroe Islands, Greenland and foreign license may be revoked by the provisions applicable to Danish driving license.
§ 88. Commercial passenger shall in no case be carried out on the basis of Greenland or foreign license.
PCS. 2. Licences for commercial passenger shall in no event be issued based in paragraph. 1 above license.
PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 and 2 shall not apply to holders of licenses issued by an EU or EEA country.
Provisions for license holders with temporary residence in Denmark
§ 89. Persons who are not ordinarily resident in Denmark, you could drive here if they are in possession of one of the following valid licenses:
1) licenses issued in an EU or EEA country.
2) Faroese license.
3) Greenlandic license.
4) Temporary driving license issued by Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden.
5) Other foreign licenses than they in no. 1 above, if the license has been issued with Latin characters or if it is accompanied by a translation in Danish, English or French. It is a condition that the translation is done by a public authority or by an organization of the issuing country are authorized to act.
6) International driver's license issued in accordance with the international conventions of April 24, 1926 for the driving of motor vehicles, September 19, 1949 on Road or 8 November 1968 on road traffic.
PCS. 2. The license allows the holder to drive vehicles of the same categories in Denmark, as it entitles to drive in the issuing country.
§ 90. The police can give a person who is not ordinarily resident in Denmark and who is not in possession of the necessary licenses, see. § 89, permission to temporarily lead motor vehicle in Denmark (tourist driving license). Permission may, among other things conditional upon the applicant to pass a driving test.
PCS. 2. A tourist driving license issued by Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden entitling the holder to exercise the same vehicles in Denmark, as it entitles to drive in the issuing country.
Provisions for license holders having their usual residence in Denmark
§ 91. Persons who have their usual residence in Denmark must be in possession of Danish driver's license for driving motor vehicle here.
PCS. 2. Motorized vehicle may be supplied in Denmark on the basis of a Faroese, Greenlandic or foreign license after the time when normal residence is established, to the extent that it follows from the provisions of §§ 92-94.
§ 92. A Faroese license equated in every respect with a Danish license and entitles the holder to drive the same vehicles in Denmark, as it justifies the lead in the Faroe Islands in the driving license specified validity period, unless it is longer than the holder's 70th . years.
PCS. 2. A Greenlandic driving license entitles the holder to drive the same vehicles in Denmark, as it justifies the lead in Greenland, for up to one month after the time when the condition of normal residence are met.
§ 93. A driving license issued in another EU or EEA country entitles the holder to drive the same vehicles in Denmark, as it justifies the lead in the country of issue of the driving license specified validity period, unless it is longer than the holder's 70th . years.
PCS. 2. A driving license is not issued in an EU or EEA country, as well as licenses issued on the basis of such a license, entitling the holder to exercise the same vehicles in Denmark, as it entitles to drive in the issuing country, until 14 days after the time when the condition of normal residence are met.
§ 94. Motorized vehicle can be the time when ordinarily resident in Denmark is established only conducted on the basis of a Faroese, Greenland or foreign driving license if the license is valid and the holder meets the age requirements for the issue of a corresponding Danish driver's license, see. the relevant provisions of Chapter 1
Exchange of Faroe Islands, Greenland and foreign licenses
§ 95. Application for exchange of Faroese, Greenland or foreign driving license for a similar Danish license submitted to the municipality. Applications may be submitted at any municipality, regardless of where the applicant resides. The applicant must at the municipality fill signature box on a data card.

PCS. 2. The application must be accompanied by a photograph, see. § 3, paragraph. 2. The applicant must also prove his identity, see. § 4, paragraph. 1-6. The applicant must also know the filing submit the document which had to be exchanged, to the municipality. The provisions of § 3, paragraph. 3 and 5 and § 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 3. If the local council deems it necessary, it may require that the application be accompanied by a translation of the driving license to be exchanged. The translation must be done by a translator or a translator approved by the Commissioner of Police. The cost of providing the translation borne by the applicant.
PCS. 4. Application for renewal of licenses, which are issued in the Faroe Islands, Greenland or in an EU or EEA country must be accompanied by a medical certificate, see. § 3, paragraph. 4. The provision of § 22 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 5. The exchange of Faroese and Greenlandic driving license, other license has not been issued in an EU or EEA country, as well as licenses issued on the basis of such a license, provide the municipality that issued the license with an endorsement on the original country of issue. Any subsequent renewal or replacement of the license must endorsement repeated.
PCS. 6. Issuance of Danish driving license on the basis of a license issued in an EU or EEA country on the basis of European Commission Decision of 25 August 2008 on equivalences between certain categories of driving licenses.
PCS. 7. If an applicant conditions for the exchange of licenses, licenses are issued in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 6
PCS. 8. The local authority may at the time of application for renewal of licenses, issue a temporary driver's license.
§ 96. Replacement of Danish license can with the limitations resulting from the provisions of §§ 97-100, made for applicants who are in possession of a valid Faroese, Greenlandic or foreign license if the applicant meets the conditions governing acquire an equivalent Danish driver's license, see. the relevant provisions of Chapter 1
PCS. 2. Is it in the paragraph. 1 mentioned the condition relating to the driving license is not met, and this alone is justified by the fact that the license validity period has expired, the applicant may, based on a driving test obtain a Danish license.
§ 97. Holders of a Faroese license can readily get to exchange it for a similar Danish driver's license, see. However, § 99 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. Holders of a Greenlandic driving license can only get this replaced by an equivalent Danish driving license, if that passed a driving test.
§ 98. Holders of a license issued in an EU or EEA country can readily get to exchange it for a similar Danish driver's license, see. However paragraph. 2 and § 2. 3.
PCS. 2. The holder of a license has not been issued in an EU or EEA country or a license issued on the basis of such a license, can only exchange it for a similar Danish driving license, if that passed a driving test.
§ 99. The Minister of Justice may on the recommendation of the Commissioner of Police may provide for the requirement for driving test in the case of exchange for Danish driving license does not apply if the requirements for obtaining a driving license in a country or state is not clearly lighter than in Denmark, and if that country's or state's traffic conditions otherwise warrant.
PCS. 2. The police may require the driving test must be passed prior to the exchange of a foreign driver's license under paragraph. 1 or Faroese license for a similar Danish driving license if
1) the license holder has previously passed a driving test in Denmark due to lack of driving skill, lack of knowledge of important traffic rules or lack of understanding of consideration for other road users is not passed,
2) the license to be exchanged, acquired before the age of 18, and that for a period preceding the application for replacement have failed motor vehicle or
3) leads right past has been implicated by the police or have been conditionally or unconditionally withdrawn in Denmark.
§ 100. A driving license obtained abroad by a person ordinarily resident in Denmark can be exchanged under the provisions of this chapter if the stay has been more than six months duration, see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. This limitation does not apply to the Faeroe Islands and Greenland license and driving license acquired in an EU or EEA country.

§ 101. If the local council in doubt as to whether the exchange of a foreign driving license can take place, because it is uncertain whether the license is true, sends the local council application to the police who decide whether replacement can happen.
PCS. 2. Is the local council in doubt, the categories associated with the exchange of a foreign driving license can be applied to the Danish driving license, sends the local council also application to the police who decides.
Chapter 13
Administrative provisions
§ 102. Decisions on license taken by the municipal council, unless otherwise provided by this Order.
§ 103. Complaints about driving tests, practical tests and guiding health run tests held by the police, see. § 42 paragraph. 1, determined by him chief of police.
PCS. 2. The municipal council and the police pursuant to this Order may be appealed to the Commissioner of Police.
PCS. 3. National Commissioner's decisions under subsection. 2 and § 24 can not be appealed to any other administrative authority.
PCS. 4. The deadline for appeal under subsection. 1-2 is 4 weeks from the day the decision was announced.
exemptions
§ 104. The Commissioner of Police may, in exceptional circumstances, grant exemptions from the provisions of this Order.
Payment Provisions
§ 105. For the holding of driving test for categories A, B, C, C / E, D and D / E and driving test for tractor / power equipment and commercial passenger paid the Road Traffic Act § 124 a paragraph. 1 fixed amount. Held driving test for commercial passenger category D while driving test for category D, paid for each of driving tests.
PCS. 2. For practical test for large motorcycles, see. § 15 paragraph. 2 pt. 2 and Category B / E paid the Road Traffic Act § 124 a paragraph. 2 fixed amount.
PCS. 3. For controlling driving tests paid the Road Traffic Act § 124 a paragraph. 3, fixed amount. For the first driving test is paid not unless driving test submitted pursuant to § 78 paragraph. 1, § 79 paragraph. 1 or § 86 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 4. For applicants with disabilities who qualify for that aid may be granted for the purchase of the car according to the Social Services § 99 or regulations issued pursuant to this provision, held in paragraph. 1-3 mentioned samples without payment. When applying for the presentation of the sample presented the decision support or copy thereof together with the application form.
§ 106. If an applicant from a scheduled driving test or a practical test, see. § 41, without having informed the due no later than. 12:00 three days before the test, or passing a portion of the sample not be required before a new trial be scheduled, a new payment unless the decay attributable to the applicant or run teacher documented disease.
§ 107. In the following cases paid the Road Traffic Act § 124 c paragraph. 1, the amount determined:
1) For exchange of Faroese, Greenlandic and foreign licenses to Danish driver's license, see. The provisions of Chapter 12
2) For issuance of a duplicate.
3) To renew a license for truck, truck with a large trailer, bus and bus with large trailer for applicants who have turned 50, but not 70 years.
4) To renew a license with instructor approval.
5) For the renewal of licenses for commercial passenger referred. However paragraph. 6
PCS. 2. For the issue of a temporary replacement driving license for driving abroad paid 150 kr. There is not payable for the issue of temporary replacement driving license in connection with the exchange of licenses under the Road Traffic Act § 59a.
PCS. 3. For the issue of licenses in connection with the exchange of licenses under the Road Traffic Act § 59 a paid 100 kr.
PCS. 4. To renew a license for applicants who are 70 years, paid 30 kr.
PCS. 5. Renewal of driving licenses is limited under § 61 occurs without charge for applicants under the age of 70 years.
PCS. 6. For renewal of licenses for commercial passenger who, because of medical conditions is limited in accordance with § 61, paid 100 kr.
PCS. 7. For provisional renewal of licenses, see. § 71 paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., Paid the same amount as the final renewal.
PCS. 8. The issue of international driving license and is 25 kr.
§ 108. Payment to the municipality after the local Board of Directors thereof.
Chapter 14
Penalties, entry into force and transitional provisions
§ 109. Penalty, which

1) violates § 1, § 15 paragraph. 2, § 26 paragraph. 1-5, § 27 paragraph. 2 and 3, § 28 para. 1 and 2, § 30, § 32 paragraph. 1, § 34, § 35 paragraph. 1, § 37 paragraph. 3, § 38 paragraph. 4, § 62 paragraph. 1, § 73 paragraph. 1-3, § 88. 1, § 91 paragraph. 1, or
2) disregards the terms of a permit pursuant to the notice or fails to comply with a prohibition or injunction granted pursuant to this Order.
§ 110. Driving license issued before 1 July 1996 and renewals thereof shall be validated according to the following guidelines:
1) licenses only for category A 1 (solo motorcycle) gives the right to lead the mentioned in § 8 vehicles, excluding motorcycles with sidecars.
2) licenses only for category A 2 (motorcycle with sidecar) gives the right to lead the mentioned in § 8 vehicles, excluding motorcycle.
3) licenses for categories A 1 + A 2 (motorcycle with sidecar) gives the right to lead all those mentioned in § 8 vehicles.
4) licenses for categories B (standard car) gives the right to fly in § 9 above vehicles.
5) licenses for categories C (lorries) and category D (large passenger car) gives the right to lead all those in §§ 10 and 11 such vehicles.
6) licenses for categories B / E (category B with large trailer) gives the right to lead the in § 12 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, see. Paragraph. 2, said combinations of vehicles.
7) licenses for categories CD / E (category CD with large trailer) gives the right to lead all the in § 12, the combinations of vehicles.
8) licenses for commercial passenger and driver's license for tractor / engine tool gives right to drive in § 13 respectively § 14 such vehicles.
§ 111. Category B driving license issued before the Order enters into force and for renewals thereof may be in the determination of the vehicle combination permissible total weight and the maximum authorized weight, see. § 9 paragraph. 1, no. 4, 2nd sentence., Used either trailer registered gross weight or possibly lower fixed total weight of the vehicle registration basis.
§ 112. Licence D issued from 1 July 1996 and to the Order coming into force and renewals thereof entitles to drive passenger car with up to eight passenger seats, and with a maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg.
PCS. 2. Licences for commercial passenger category D issued before the Order enters into force and renewals thereof shall also apply to commercial passenger vehicles covered by § 10 paragraph. 1 pt. 2
PCS. 3. Licences for commercial passenger category B, also applies to commercial passenger vehicles covered by § 10 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, if the driver within the Order becomes acquired a license for category D.
§ 113. Order comes into force on 1 May 2009, see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. Vehicles used for practice driving and practical test, which was approved and submitted for registration September 30, 2003, can be used for a maximum period of 10 years after that date.
PCS. 3. Order no. 1004 of 6 October 2006 on driving repealed.
Justice Ministry, April 2, 2009
Brian Mikkelsen
/ Anette Arnsted
Annex
ANNEX OVERVIEW







ANNEX 1. The rules on driving licenses appearance and content, etc.







I.


Model license



II.


Driving Chart appearance and content






ANNEX 2. Minimum standards for physical and mental fitness to drive, requiring driver's license






ANNEX 3. Provisions for the use of lesson plans to run training







I.


Lesson Plan aims



II.


Statutory requirements etc.




III.


Driving program's principles etc.



IV.


Requirements for the design of the lesson plan



V.


Requirements for the content of the lesson plan teaching



WE.


Lesson Plan using



WE YOU.


Driving lessons under special rules



VIII.


Special driving lessons



IX.


definitions






ANNEX 4 Provisions on breaks in driving training







I.


background



II.


Breaks in running training period



III.


New / repeated run training



IV.


Exercises in closed training ground



V.


Exercises on road safety center



WE.


Tutorial






ANNEX 5. Provisions for vehicles used for practice driving and practical test







I.


Visual and registration requirement



II.


Provisions concerning the design and equipment



III.


Common provisions



IV.


Vehicles used in enclosed exercise room or on road safety center






ANNEX 6 driving ranges







I.


Closed training grounds



II.


Driving Plant






ANNEX 7. Run Sample holding







I.


Driving (Ordinary)



II.


A driving license for commercial passenger



III.



Driving the tractor / engine tool






ANNEX 8 Provisions on the terms and limitations of license







I.


Common provisions



II.


EU-harmonized codes



III.


National codes






ANNEX 9 Provisions on course in traffic-related first aid







I.


purpose



II.


Educational goals



III.


scope



IV.


implementation



V


Course certificate





Appendix 1
Provisions for driving the look and the content etc.
I. Model license
Driver's license issued by the EC model in accordance with the provisions of Council Directive 96/47 / EC of 23 July 1996 amending Directive 91/439 / EEC on driving licenses.

II. Driving Chart appearance and content
The license shall have two sides.
1) driving license front
In the front top left corner there issuing country symbol in a blue rectangle with 12 surrounding yellow stars. The Danish nationality mark is DK. At the top of the front center of the word 'license' printed in blue capital letters. In the front upper right corner is the word 'Denmark' printed in red capital letters. In the front lower left corner is a photograph of the holder. In the front view are partly secured by the Danish coat of arms, partly term 'Community model' and finally the term 'license' written in all other languages ​​of the European Union.
Driving license data content on the front page listed in paragraph form with the following contents:







1.


Holder's last name.



2.


Holder's name (s).



3.


Holder's date of birth and place of birth.





The birthplace given alone as his birth.



4a.


Driving license was issued.





The date indicated is the time of issuing the document itself. Issue Dates for any previously acquired categories listed in column 10 on the reverse.



4b.


Driving license expiration date.





The date mentioned is the expiration date of the document itself. There can be for one or more categories, etc. possibly be provided other (former) expiration dates. These are listed on the reverse.



4c.



The name of the issuing authority.





Driver's license issued in Denmark by the National Commissioner of Police.



4d.


Holder's personal identification number.



5.


Number of driving license.



7.


Holder's signature.



9.


Indication of the categories driving license entitles the holder to drive.






2) driving license back
In the rear upper left corner there is point 13 devoted a special field that can be used by foreign driving license authorities to enter in the license various administrative annotations in cases where the holder take up residence in another EU Member State. The field is not used in Denmark.
In the back left side are explanations of items 1, 2, 3, 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d, 5, 7 and 9 appear on the front and columns 9, 10, 11 and 12 on the reverse.
In the back left side between the explanations of items 3 and 4a are in the background of the stamp of the Danish coat of arms. There are also the reverse light around the columns 9-12 words' European Communities model 'and the words' Driving Licence "written in all other languages ​​of the European Union.
Driving license data content on the back indicated in column form with the following contents:







9.


They used in Denmark license categories.





Licence categories are specified partly by letters, so the categories A, B, C, D, BE, CE and DE, partly through pictorials.



10.


The date of issue for each category.



11.


The expiration date for each category.



12.


Additional information, including any terms and limitations of the license.





Column 12 also includes the large box at the bottom on the reverse of the columns 9-12.





Appendix 2
Minimum standards for physical and mental fitness to drive, requiring driver's license
definitions
In this Annex, drivers are classified in two groups:
Group 1:
Drivers of vehicles in categories A, B and B / E and drivers of tractor / engine tool.
Group 2:
Drivers of vehicles in categories C, C / E, D and D / E and also drivers of vehicles in categories B and D, which are used for commercial passenger and drivers as applying for the issue, renewal or retention of driver's license with an endorsement for approval as driving instructor.
Persons who prior to 1 July 1996, entitled to drive a vehicle covered by group 2 may be as regards the requirements for visual acuity renew license to do so under the provisions in force until that date, see. Hereby section B, para. 1.1., The Justice Ministry's circular of 29 September 1967 on the assessment of disability in people who want driving license etc.
For holders of licenses for commercial passenger category B and driving license with an endorsement for approval as a driving instructor for categories A or B, issued before July 1, 1996, additional requirements apply to this Annex for group 1 drivers in connection with the application for renewal of such driving license.

Then classified anyone who asks for the issuance, renewal or retention of licenses in the group to which they will belong once the license is issued or renewed.
A. The sight
Applicants for a driving license must be examined in order to ensure that his or her sense of vision is good enough that he can lead vehicle. Is there reason to doubt that the applicant's vision is adequate, he shall be examined by your doctor or eye specialist. In the study, particular emphasis on visual acuity, field of vision, visual acuity in the dark and progressive eye diseases.
Intraocular lenses shall not be considered corrective lenses purpose of this Annex.
Group 1:
The person applying for the issue, renewal or retention of a driving license must, with corrective lenses, have a binocular visual acuity of at least 0,5 when using both eyes together. Driving licenses shall not be issued, renewed or maintained if, during the medical examination has shown that the field of vision is less than 120 ° in the horizontal plane, or that his vision for other reasons is such that his ability to drive is impaired. Detected or is disclosed a progressive eye disease, driving licenses may be issued, renewed or maintained, provided that person is regularly examined by your doctor or eye specialist.
The person applying for the issue, renewal or retention of driver's license and is blind in one eye or who use only one eye at a time, for example. in the case of double vision (diplopia) must have a visual acuity of at least 0,6, with corrective glasses or contact lenses. Your doctor or eye specialist must certify that this condition of monocular vision has existed for so long that he has become accustomed to it, and that the field of vision in this eye is ≥ 120 degrees in the horizontal plane.
Group 2:
The person applying for the issue, renewal or retention of a driving license must, with corrective glasses or contact lenses have a visual acuity in both eyes at least 0.8 in the better eye and at least 0,5 in the worse eye. Are the values ​​of 0.8 and 0.5 achieved by corrective eyeglasses or contact lenses, the uncorrected acuity in each eye must reach 0,05. Otherwise, the correction of the least demanding visual acuity (0.8 and 0.5) have been obtained by means of glasses or contact lenses with a power not exceeding plus or minus eight diopters. The correction must be well tolerated. Driving licenses shall not be issued or renewed preserved for applications or drivers suffering from double vision (diplopia) or do not have normal binocular field of vision. If there is a field failure in one of the eyes, must be referred to Board of Health by submitting to the regional medical officer.
B. Hearing
A license may be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants or drivers in Group 2 on the basis of an opinion of your own doctor or a specialist in ear, nose and throat diseases. At the medical examination must be taken of the scope for compensation.
C. PRM
Driving licenses shall not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants and drivers suffering from complaints or abnormalities of the locomotor system which make it dangerous to drive a vehicle.
Group 1:
In accordance with the opinion of the family doctor or a specialist in orthopedic / rheumatology possibly licensing is subject to certain restrictions to physically disabled applicants or drivers. This opinion must be based on a medical assessment of the complaint or abnormality and possibly on an indicative medical driving test; it must be supplemented with an indication of how the vehicle can be adapted to the driver and it should be stated that there must orthopedic device, if it is found that driving the use of such can be carried out safely.
A license may be issued, renewed or maintained for candidates with a progressive complaint on condition that he regularly checked in order to determine whether he can still lead vehicle without risk.
A license may be issued, renewed or maintained without requiring regular medical check when the disability is static.
Group 2:
Your doctor or specialist in orthopedic / rheumatology shall give due consideration to the additional risks inherent in the driving of vehicles included in this group.
D. Cardiovascular diseases

Diseases that can cause the applying for the issue, renewal or retention of licenses exposed to sudden failure of the heart or circulatory system, there is a sudden impairment of the cerebral functions constitutes a danger to road safety.
Group 1:
Driving licenses shall not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants who suffer from severe heart rhythm disturbances.
Driving licenses on the basis of a medical certificate issued, renewed or maintained for applicants or drivers wearing a pacemaker, subject to regular medical checks.
Issue or renew a license for applicants or drivers suffering from abnormal arterial blood pressure shall be assessed with the other results of the examination, may associated complications and the danger they might constitute for road safety.
Generally driving license shall not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants or drivers suffering from angina during rest or emotion. The issuance, renewal or retention of driver's license for applicants or drivers who have had myocardial infarction, can only take place on the basis of a medical certificate and, if necessary, regular medical check.
Group 2:
Your doctor or specialist in cardiology gives due consideration to the additional risks inherent in the driving of vehicles included in this group.
E. Diabetes
Driving licenses on the basis of a medical certificate issued, renewed or maintained for applicants and drivers suffering from diabetes mellitus, provided that in each case a suitable regular medical check.
Group 2:
Applicants or drivers in this group suffering from diabetes who require insulin therapy may not be issued or renewed license, except in special cases when duly justified by medical opinion and subject to regular medical control.
F. Nerve Diseases
Driver's license can not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants and drivers suffering from neurological diseases causing cognitive or physical symptoms, unless the application is supported by a medical certificate.
In this respect, it should be taken of the functional possibilities of the prognosis of the neurological deficits caused by disease, trauma or surgery of the central nervous system or peripheral nervous system, in conjunction with cognitive or functional outcome, including effects on motor and sensory function, balance and co-ordination . Driving licenses in these cases issued, renewed or maintained, provided that the periodic assessment if there is a risk of deterioration.
Epileptic seizures or other sudden disturbances pose a serious danger to road safety if seizures occur in a person driving a vehicle.
Group 1:
A license may be issued, renewed or maintained on the basis of a study by their own doctor or medical specialist in neurology, and subject to regular medical checks. The authority shall epilepsy or other disturbances of consciousness, its clinical form and progress (eg. No seizure in two years), the treatment and its results.
Group 2:
Driving licenses shall not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants or drivers who have or are susceptible to epileptic seizures or other sudden disturbances.
G. Mental illnesses or impairments
The studies of cognitive functioning (urskivetest and word-recall) is mandatory for the renewal of licenses from 70 years, but must be performed on the other, where there is reasonable suspicion of impaired cognitive functioning. By cognitive impairment should applicants or drivers who are referred by their GP or specialist in psychiatry / geriatrics or neurology to an indicative medical driving test.
Group 1:
Driving licenses shall not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants and drivers:


1) suffer from severe mental disturbance, whether congenital or due to disease, trauma or neurosurgical operations.
2) severe mental retardation.
3) severe aging; a seriously impaired judgment, behavior or adaptability, linked to the personality, unless the application is supported by authorized medical opinion and subject to regular medical control if need be.

Group 2:

Your doctor or specialist in psychiatry / geriatrics or neurology gives due consideration to the additional risks inherent in the driving of vehicles included in this group.
H. Alcohol, drugs and pharmaceuticals
alcohol
Alcohol consumption constitutes a major danger to road safety. Because of the seriousness of the problem must be exercised vigilance on the medical side.
Group 1:
Driving licenses shall not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants or drivers who are dependent on alcohol or unable to refrain from drinking and driving alcohol separated.
A license may be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants or drivers who have been dependent on alcohol, after a period in which they are proved to have been abstinent, subject to medical opinion and regular medical check.
Group 2:
Your doctor or specialist in psychiatry gives due consideration to the additional risks inherent in the driving of vehicles included in this group.
Drugs and medicines
Abuse:
Driving licenses shall not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants or drivers who are dependent on psychotropic substances or who are not dependent on such substances but regularly abuse them, whatever category of license is requested.
Regular consumption:
Group 1:
Driving licenses shall not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants or drivers who regularly use psychotropic substances, in whatever form, which can hamper their ability to drive a vehicle without risk, and if the amount consumed is so great that it adversely affect driving. The same applies to all other drugs or combinations of drugs that affect the ability to drive.
Group 2:
Your doctor or specialist in psychiatry gives due consideration to the additional risks inherent in the driving of vehicles included in this group.
I. Kidney Diseases
Group 1:
Driving licenses on the basis of a medical certificate issued, renewed or maintained for applicants and drivers suffering from serious renal if he regularly conducts medical checks.
Group 2:
Driver's license can not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants and drivers suffering from serious and irreversible renal failure, except in special cases, duly documented by medical certificate, and subject to regular medical control.
J. Other
Group 1:
Driving licenses on the basis of a medical certificate issued, renewed or maintained for applicants or drivers who have undergone organ transplantation or implantation of artificial organs that can affect the ability to drive the vehicle, on condition that regular medical check if there are need thereof.
Group 2:
Your doctor or specialist in internal medicine / nephrology gives due consideration to the additional risks inherent in the driving of vehicles included in this group.
Generally driving license shall not be issued, renewed or maintained for applicants and drivers suffering from a disease other than those mentioned above, which may impair the ability to drive in a safe manner, unless the application is supported by a medical certificate and on the condition that regular medical check, if the need arises.
Appendix 3
Provisions for the use of lesson plans in running training
I. Lesson Plan aims


1) Lesson Plan is an information material to run the student on the courses that are agreed on. Driving Eleven / driving instructor must always be able to see in the prospectus, how far in the training run student is reached.
2) Lesson plan should be used as a tool for verifying that the provisions for driver training are met.

II. Statutory requirements etc.


1) Lesson plan shall be developed in accordance with § 26, § 29 and § 30 paragraph. 2, and based on the syllabus or the curriculum that is current (le) for the or the relevant license category (s), and any teacher's guides to the curriculum.
2) The teaching plan must also be compiled to run the program principles, see. Title III.

3) It is still run student individual circumstances and abilities that are essential to how many lessons - in addition to the stated minimum number of lesson - run the student must have before the practical test can be taken. The minimum compulsory lesson number can not be used as an expression of a usual training. Driving Eleven will usually need to undergo several lessons.

III. Driving program's principles etc.


1) Driving Tuition must be education-oriented and not try oriented.
2) Education Plan section division must be followed. However, there is possibility to derogate from this rule, to a lesser extent. The extent of this is apparent from the 'elastic' part of the curriculum, both in the teacher's guide for running the program for the category.
3) Driving pupil must constantly fed from a lighter to a more difficult exercise and must also be able repetition of previous exercises, so that rehearsed skills fastened or strengthened.
4) A lesson that is not implemented satisfactorily, must be repeated / repeated to such an extent that drive student can complete the lesson with satisfactory results. Only then can run the student continue to the next exercise.
5) The classroom lectures and practical training must be integrated. Therefore, the teaching of maneuvers / exercises on the way organized so as to drive the student first be presented to the theoretical side of an issue or a maneuver and by extension for the practical exercises in the same subject or maneuver.

IV. Requirements for the design of the lesson plan


1) There shall be for each run student prepared two identical copies of the lesson plan.
2) Lesson plan must be clear and must not consist of a loose-leaf.
3) Lesson Plan's introduction should include your name, address and telephone number of the following:
a) Run Eleven.
b) Køreskolen.

The introduction must also contain all teaching run teachers' names (possibly the person's signatures).


4) The teaching driving instructor's name may instead appear close association with each subsequent planned lessons. If run teacher's signature appears from the lesson plan introductory information on teaching driving instructors, it is sufficient that at each lesson alone bear a signature.
5) It should also be stated in the lesson plan's introduction, how many lessons in theory room (theoretical subjects) and in practical driving lessons (practice run) run the student at least has to conduct the training and the period of teaching at least extend over (the mandatory minimum).
6) Finally, it is stated in the lesson plan's introduction that it is run student individual circumstances and abilities that are essential to how many lessons - in addition to the mandatory minimum number of lessons - run the student must have before the practical test can be taken.
7) It should be at each lesson shall indicate whether the lesson is a lesson in theory room or a lesson in practical driving instruction. The main content of each lesson must be listed with the section title (ie, section numbering and associated headline) from the present curriculum.
8) Each lesson in the lesson plan should be numbered consecutively. This implies that the lesson plan should not be drawn so that the lessons in theory local listed on a page and the lessons in practical driving instruction on a different page. It should immediately the lesson plan could be seen that there is planned a course where theory lessons are integrated with practical training.
9) If a course is planned to cover more than one lesson of 45 minutes duration, this must be the lesson plan. For example, a course whose main content is in the sections 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4 and 7.5, be planned to include a double lesson consisting of 2 lessons of 45 minutes duration. In summation, will the course count as 2 lessons in the determination of whether the mandatory requirements are met, provided that the teaching at least has been used 90 minutes meaning. However section. 2 of Title V. The total time must appear in the section relating to actual time spent.
10) The individual lessons in the lesson plan must contain at least the following: Section Numbering from the present curriculum, headlines, sections / lines for names etc., Date, actually used time and signatures.

11) Signatures, date and actually used time shall clearly relate to the present lesson. It is therefore in the lesson plan immediately after each lesson have space for such data pursuant. However section. 12.
12) If the teaching consideration be pursued coherent teaching program consisting of several lessons, it is sufficient that the driving instructor / run student confirms lesson of implementation once.
13) Drive teacher when preparing the lesson plan ensure that the planned training lessons total of at least equivalent to compulsory education, as stated in license Order § 29

V. Requirements for the content of the lesson plan teaching







1)


For each license category provides for a mandatory minimum lesson number. A lesson - to be included in the count - have a minimum duration of 45 continuous minutes, see. However section. 2.



2)


Lessons can have a duration that is shorter or longer than 45 minutes. Excess minutes (for example 15 minutes if the lesson has had a duration of 60 minutes) counts are generally not included in the calculation of the mandatory minimum requirements for the number of lessons have been met. Lessons lasting under 45 minutes counts corresponding also not included in the calculation.





However, up to four of obligatory lessons of at least 45 minutes - equivalent to 180 minutes - in theory room (theoretical subjects) and up to four of obligatory lessons of at least 45 minutes - equivalent to 180 minutes - in practical driving lessons (practice driving ) included in the statement if the lesson has a duration of 15 minutes. Similarly, excess minutes - besides a lesson normal 45 minutes - included in the statement if the excess time represents at least 15 minutes.





Whether using a session length of 45 minutes or a lesson length that is longer or shorter, the requirement to the total number of minutes of at least 180 (4 x 45 minutes) to be met. Thus, there may be used, for example, 10 lessons of 15 minutes each (150 minutes) and a 1 lesson 30 minutes (30 minutes) - a total of 180 minutes.



3)


The composition of the contents of the individual lessons are optional, but must follow this notice, teaching the titles division and run the program's principles.



4)


Repetitions of previously conducted lessons must appear in the lesson plan in accordance with § 30. This may be done in connection with the individual lesson or together at the end of the lesson plan.



5)


All lessons - regardless of duration and content - must appear in the lesson plan. This also applies to any lessons, implemented on samples that are not passed.



6)


Teaching at the closed training ground and road safety center can be planned as a coherent teaching, for example. as double lessons (consisting of 2 lessons a minimum of 45 minutes duration) or as a single process consisting of either at least 4 or 5 lessons a minimum of 45 minutes duration. The maneuvers of closed training ground must be implemented not later than the first lesson, the main contents are maneuvers on the way (teaching plan 7th paragraph).



7)



In order to respect the principle of integrated theoretical and practical training must be teaching at the same school day at most consist of 6 lessons of 45 minutes. Education should not cover more than 4 lessons of 45 minutes in the classroom and 2 lessons of 45 minutes in the practical driving lessons. When driving on the highway and when driving in the dark it be permitted to use 3 lessons of 45 minutes at the same school day so that the total number of lessons per week. lecturing in this case must be 7 lessons.





It is permitted to conduct 4 sessions of 45 minutes of closed training ground instead of the aforementioned two lessons in practical driving instruction. The total number of lessons in this training day will be able to make up 8 lessons.





They are also allowed to carry up to 5 lessons of 45 minutes on road safety center instead of the aforementioned two lessons in practical driving instruction. The total number of lessons in this training day will amount to up to 9 lessons.





This is irrespective of the above permitted on the same day of teaching continuing education in addition to the above maximum number of lessons of 45 minutes if the teaching consideration make it appropriate and necessary for driving student learning of the content of the present lesson. There should thus not total more than 30 minutes 'extra' tuition per week. lesson in the practical driving lessons (practice driving) per. lecturing. The 'extra' lessons do not count in the calculation of the mandatory minimum number of lessons have been met, but must appear in the lesson plan information on actual teaching time.



8)


In teaching to Category A and Category B must be per. lecturing - besides any repetition of previously conducted under the section of the curriculum - maximum taught in 5 subsections from teaching plan section 7 'maneuvers on the road. " There must, however, once a week is taught in five subsections of classroom and in other five subsections of practical driver training (exercise drive) from the teaching plan 7th paragraph.



9)


In teaching to category C, category D and category E teaching should be composed as exercises as specified in the appropriate curricular 7th paragraph.



10)


If in theory the teaching is desired held more than 3 evaluative samples provided. Section 10 of the curriculum for driver training, they must be given in addition to the mandatory minimum lesson number.



11)


The contents of the individual lessons and lesson order also must be composed in a reasonable and appropriate manner. It would therefore not be acceptable that the lessons if main content deals with on the road, also included sections from teaching plan section 1 through section 6, cf.. However, paragraph 2 of Section III.






WE. Lesson Plan using


1) Driving teacher must review the lesson plan to run the student in the first lesson in driving school.
2) Driving Instructor and run student must have each his copy of the lesson plan. Driving teacher's copy of the prospectus must be present both in theory teaching in the practical driving lessons.
3) Driving Teacher copy of the lesson plan should also be brought to the theory test and the practical test. Driving Eleven may be refused if the lesson plan are not allowed.
4) Details of the teaching driving instructors and driving student must immediately upon the completion / implementation of each lesson with their signatures in running teacher's copy of the lesson plan confirm that there are taught the content of the present lesson. The date of the lesson implementation and the actual time used must also be confirmed.

5) When running the student signs in the prospectus, confirming run student alone to have received training in accordance with the main content of the present lesson - such as failing to stop at intersections. Driving Eleven confirm not to run teacher training has been in line with the targets of the curriculum.
6) Do not use a stamp faksimilestempel, initials or the like as a substitute for a signature.
7) Has run student needs for further learning (repetition) than that which takes place at the first implementation of a lesson, the date, time and lesson number (s) further repetition (s) is confirmed by the signatures of both the instructor and drive student.
8) The next lesson with a new topic may not be implemented before the current lesson is completed with satisfactory results.
9) Has run student self-study examined one, two, three or four lessons in theory (theoretical subjects), this must be the driving teacher's lesson plan by running the teacher and run student endorsement thereof in accordance. Title VI of Annex 4.
10) If the drive student switches driving school, to run teacher's copy of the lesson plan given to the new driving school for driving student's continued education.
11) Lesson plan must be produced whenever required by the municipality, the police or other supervisory authority.
12) Driving Teacher copy of the prospectus must be kept for at least two years of driving school, for which the student later contracted the driving lessons with.
13) If an instructor is using a standardized lesson plan, lesson plan planned courses followed. If the exercises on the closed training ground is scheduled to be implemented as two separate courses - each consisting of 2 lessons of 45 minutes - it can be accepted that The programs implemented coherent meaning. Section 6 of Title V. If they do, the lesson plan contain same dates of implementation of the turns in the closed training ground.
14) It will be against the run of training principles (integration of theoretical and practical training) to be one or more academic sessions ahead. The entire contents of a theory lesson must be immediately followed by a similar review of the practical driving lessons before held new theory teaching with new main content. It may be acceptable in exceptional cases, to run student is one or more academic sessions ahead. This may be the case if parts of the practical driving lessons could not be implemented due to for example a motor accident, extraordinary road works etc.
15) Disease in running student or instructor is not considered to be an acceptable explanation to be one or more academic sessions ahead.
16) All the compulsory lessons must be examined in driver training before theory test can be taken. However, it is possible to use two of the mandatory practical lessons for theory test reporting to an evaluative practical test with subsequent repetition, see. Section 9 of the curriculum for driver training. In addition, two of the compulsory theoretical lessons and 4 of the mandatory practical lessons used for the theory test in connection with the exercises on the driving center. Deals with the driving lessons driving license for category A can be similarly held 2 theoretical lessons and five practical lessons for the theory test at the driving center.
17) Should a run student start a new / repeated run education according to the provisions on breaks in Annex 4 must be issued a new lesson plan for the new / recurrent training. If run training has been interrupted in less than 7 months, the lesson plan from the original training program allowed for the driving test with the lesson plan for the new training.

WE YOU. Driving lessons under special rules


1) a license for either Category A or Category B when the license was obtained within the last 2 years to either Category B or Category A, applies a reduced mandatory least lesson requirements. There must in these cases drawn a lesson plan specifically for this training.
2) obtaining a driving license for either category C or category D when the license was obtained within the last 2 years to either category D or Category C, apply a reduced mandatory least lesson requirements. There must in these cases drawn a lesson plan specifically for this training.

VIII. Special driving lessons



1) In connection with the special driver training, to be implemented after a driving ban, to be used a lesson plan.
2) Driving teaching and application of the lesson plan should follow the provisions of this Annex.
3) If using a standard lesson plan (teaching plan section 1 to section 10), must be marked on the lesson plan that is used in connection with the special driver training (training plan, section 4, 6 and 7).

IX. definitions


1) Actually used time is the time where the driving student is present in the classroom and receive instruction from the driving instructor and the time where the driving student taught by / in the vehicle or carrying out checks of vehicle equipment during the run teacher supervision / control and the time where the driving student taught as driver of the vehicle ( "rattid ').
2) To actually used time shall not include:
a) The time run student use for self-study, without running the teacher is present along with running student in the room to carry out teaching, see. However, Annex 4, Section VI.
b) The time when driving learner's passenger in the school vehicle.
Appendix 4
Breaks in running training period
I. Background
In order to respect the principle of integrated theoretical and practical training as well as to ensure optimum driving training should the course be coherent. There must therefore not be staying in running training period of longer duration.
Theory exam and the practical test is an integral part of running training period, but is not part of the course. A break in running training period will not be interrupted by a theory test or practical test, but only through the implementation of driver training (theory and / or practical training).
II. Breaks in running training period
Applicants who are absent in running training period for more than 3 months must begin driving lessons again in accordance with Title III. The reason for the absence is irrelevant.
III. New / repeated run training


1) If the course has been interrupted for more than 3 months in connection with the teaching of teaching plan section 1 to section 6, the applicant must start all over again with the running program.
2) If the course has been interrupted for teaching in educational plan 7th-10th section, and the interruption has been between 3 and 4 months, the applicant must re-run the program from the first lesson, the main contents are maneuvers on the road / extended exercises under way.
3) Has the course been interrupted for 4 months or more before the theory test is passed, the applicant must start all over again with the running program.
4) If the course has been interrupted between 3 and 5 months after the applicant has passed a theory test must be carried out again at least 4 practical lessons a minimum of 45 minutes duration, in which all maneuvers on the road / extended workouts on the road carried out again.

Have interruption contrast lasted for 5 months or more, the applicant must start all over again with running the program, including the theoretical knowledge examinations new meaning. However section. IV.
IV. Exercises in closed training ground
Will there be a requirement for the applicant to start all over again with run training drills on the closed training ground also carried out again. This does not apply in the following situations:


1) When driving student has interrupted the course in the context of driver training in teaching plan 7th paragraph and at least have had 2 lessons of 45 minutes of exercise on the way / extended exercises under way. However, this applies only if the interruption in the course has been less than 7 months.
2) When driving student has interrupted the course of more than 5 months but less than 7 months after having passed a theory test.

V. Exercises on road safety center
Will there be a requirement for the applicant to start all over again with running training drills at the driving center also carried out again.
WE. Tutorial
Applicants who are absent from the driving lessons for a maximum of 4 lessons of 45 minutes in the theory room (theoretical subjects), under specific conditions catch up by itself to review the lack of theoretical subjects (Tutorial).
The conditions for this are as follows:



1) Driving teacher must ensure that the applicant has learned the training objectives of the present theory to a satisfactory extent and confirm this by his signature in the prospectus by the present lesson.
2) It must appear from driving teacher's lesson plan, which one (s) lesson (s) in the theory room, crawled through self-study, see. Paragraph 9 of Section VI of Annex 3.
Appendix 5
Provisions for vehicles used for practice driving and practical test
I. Vision and registration requirement
Motor vehicles used for practice driving and practical test must think and approved by a testing center and apply for registration before you use it.
Motor vehicle belonging to the defense, approved by the Defence Acquisition and Logistics. The requirement for inspection and approval as exercise vehicle except car for commercial passenger category B or car for commercial passenger category D, if the applicant holds a license for category D.
II. Provisions concerning the design and equipment
Category A
a) Small motorcycle:
A two-wheeled motorcycle with a maximum power of 25 kW, a specific weight of at least 125 kg, a cylinder capacity exceeding 120 cm 3, and a top speed of 100 km / h in relation to the vehicle type approval.
b) Large motorcycle:
A two-wheeled motorcycle with an engine power of 35 kW with respect to vehicle type-approval.
c) Motorcycle with sidecar:
A two-wheeled motorcycles with sidecars with a ratio between power and weight with the addition of water, oil and fuel exceeding 0.16 kW / kg. The latter restriction does not apply to the acquisition of a license for category A in the in § 15 paragraph. 2, no. 3 and § 68 paragraph. 2 cases mentioned.
If no approval, used vehicle weight, engine capacity, top speed and engine power plant's normal performance.
The motorcycle must be equipped with direction indicators, a rearview mirror on each side, passenger seat and footrests for the passenger and side or center stand. It must also be equipped with a speedometer and can be equipped with brakes designed for the driving instructor or the examiner.
Category B
A four wheel car to a maximum of 9 people incl. the driver having a maximum weight not exceeding 3,500 kg.
Top speed should be at least 100 km / h and the length and width of at least 3.80 m 1.45 m or weight at least 700 kg according to vehicle type-approval. If no approval, used vehicle's top speed, length, width and weight of the plant's normal performance.
The car should be equipped with mirrors prescribed. Vehicle Regulations for the mandatory rear-view mirrors. For the use of the driving instructor, the examiner and drive the student to the car besides the Vehicle Regulations for mandatory rear-view mirrors have:


1) an interior rear-view mirror of Class I
2) two exterior rear-view mirrors of category I on the right, and
3) an internal mirror for the observation of the pupil.

The requirements for Category-I mirrors shown in Detail Requirements for vehicles.
If the car is equipped with an original exterior mirror on the right side, this is reserved for running pupil. The extra mounted exterior right rear-view mirror is reserved for the driving instructor / the examiner.
The car's steering wheel must be placed in the left side.
In the car, there must be room for at least 4 people. It must be equipped with additional control to audible warning devices for use by the driving instructor, as well as the driving teacher's room should be two additional control lights for direction indicators - one for each side.
The car must be equipped with a speedometer. If the speedometer can be read from the run teacher's place, there must be installed an extra speedometer showing the same speed as the car's speedometer.
By running the teacher's seat shall be placed special pedals so that the driving instructor regardless of the pupil can disengage the engine and brake the car. The additional pedals must not be laid down by activation of the corresponding pedal by the driver's seat.
By implementing practical driving instruction may only vehicle manual transmission system used. If it is determined that the license can only be issued to the motor vehicle or tractor equipped with automatic transmission, the practical driving instruction is conducted and the practical test is presented in a motor vehicle or tractor equipped with automatic transmission.

If the car has an automatic transmission, the gear selector instead of pedal for disengaging the engine mounted so that it can be operated by the driving instructor.
If the car is not equipped with dual circuit braking systems, the driving instructor to operate the emergency brake.
Category C
A truck with a length of at least 8 m, a width of at least 2.4 meters and a maximum weight of at least 12.000 kg and a top speed of 80 km / h. The truck must also have ABS brakes, a gearbox having at least eight forward ratios and recording equipment pursuant to Regulation (EEC) No. 3821/85. The truck must have an actual total weight of at least 10,000 kg.
The truck should be in addition to the Category B under 3) above mirror be provided with an external rear-view mirror on each side, see. Detailed Regulations for Vehicles on mandatory mirrors, arranged so that they can be used by the driving instructor and the examiner.
The truck's cargo space over the entire length consist of a closed box or a closed tarpaulin structure which is at least as high and wide as the cab.
The vehicle must be fitted with pneumatic brakes (including compressed air powered brakes) and gauge indicating the tank pressure and brake pressure in at least one operating brake circuit.
In the car, there must be room for at least 2 people. When the test to be applied interpreter or if the car is used for practice driving, which is led by an instructor aspirant, should the car be room for at least 3 people.
Other specific requirements are listed under category B.
Category D
A car designed to carry more than 9 people incl. driver with a maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg, a length of 10 m, a width of at least 2.4 m and a top speed of 80 km / h. The bus must also have anti-lock brakes and equipped with recording equipment in accordance with Regulation (EEC) No. 3821/85.
The car should be equipped with mirrors and brakes mentioned under Category C.
Other specific requirements are listed under category B.
Category E
Category B / E:
A passenger car category B coupled to a trailer with an actual total weight of at least 1.250 kg.
The towed total actual total weight must legally exceed 3500 kg or the vehicle's curb weight exceeds 1.050 kg and the trailer actual total weight must exceed the vehicle's curb weight of 200 kg.
The train top speed must be at least 100 km / h.
The trailer holds the entire length must be a closed box or a closed tarpaulin structure which is at least as high and wide as the passenger car.
The vehicle must be in addition to the Category B said mirrors be provided with an external rear-view mirror on the left side, see. Detailed Regulations for Vehicles on mandatory mirrors, for use by the driving instructor and the examiner.
If the trailer is wider than the passenger car, the person car out of the Category B said mirrors be provided with a mirror on each side, for the purpose of running the teacher, the examiner and the applicant. The mirrors must be adjustable so as to achieve sufficient visibility to the rear along the wagon train pages.
Category C / E:
A truck category C coupled to a trailer with at least two axles - not axle trailer (trailer with rigid drawbar) - with a maximum weight at least 8,000 kg and a length of 7.5 m.
A road train must have a minimum length of 14 m, a width of at least 2.4 m and a maximum weight of at least 20,000 kg. Top speed should be at least 80 km / h. A road train must have anti-lock brakes and equipped with recording equipment in accordance with Regulation (EEC) No. 3821/85. Trailer Train actual total weight must be at least 15.000 kg.
The trailer holds over the entire length consist of a closed box or a closed tarpaulin structure which is at least as high and wide as the cab.
The trailer must be equipped with 2-wire pneumatic brakes.
Articulated vehicle:
A two-axle truck hitched to a trailer. The vehicle must meet the requirements listed under category C, but not the requirement of a minimum length of 8 m.
A road train must have a maximum weight of at least 18.000 kg, a length of 12 m. And a top speed of 80 km / h.
Category D / E:
A passenger car category D coupled to a trailer with a minimum width of 2.4 m and a maximum weight of at least 3,000 kg. Vehicle combination must have a top speed of 80 km / h. The trailer holds over the entire length consist of a closed box or a closed tarpaulin structure which is at least 2 meters high and 2 meters wide.
Tractor / power equipment

A tractor with a weight of at least 2,000 kg with a trailer with a weight of at least 800 kg.
The following tractors can be used for practice driving and practical test:


1) A registered tractor.
2) An authorized tractor.
3) A non-registered tractor.

If the section. 2 and 3 tractors used, the police permission obtained before driving. Authorization must be kept while driving. The vehicles should be adequately insured.
Trailers for tractors mentioned under item. 2 and 3 shall not be registered.
Used tractor permanently to exercise drive or pass a test, the tractor must be registered.
Commercial passenger
Category B:
A passenger car to a maximum of 9 people incl. driver and a maximum weight of not more than 3,500 kg. The car must have a minimum length of 4.40 m and a minimum width of 1.60 m according to type-approval.
If no approval is considered vehicle dimensions in normal factory performance, length and width.
For the use of the examiner should the car besides the Vehicle Regulations for mandatory rear-view mirrors have:


1) an inside rear
2) an exterior rear-view mirror on the right side, and
3) an interior mirror for the observation of the applicant.

The car can be equipped with automatic transmission.
Category D:
A car such as described under category D.
If the applicant does not possess a license for category D, the car must be authorized to practice driving.
If the applicant holds a license for category D, the car must not be equipped with additional control devices, additional mirrors or additional warning lights for direction indicators.
Invalid Vehicle
Police may allow the car that is particularly adapted for use for a crippled, the owner used his practice driving and practical test.
Is your car equipped with hand-operated service brake to control with your right hand, the requirement for brake pedal when driving teacher's room, where the hand-operated service brake without difficulty also be operated from the driving teacher's room.
Permission must be allowed while driving and is valid until the car owner has passed the practical test.
III. Common provisions
Particularly auxiliary equipment
If the vehicle is equipped with special auxiliary equipment in the form of automatic speed control (cruise control), automatic spacing, linesman, rear parking, rear view camera and park assist, the equipment must be disconnected.
Manual / automatic transmission
A vehicle without a clutch pedal (or lever operated manually for categories A or A1) is considered a vehicle with automatic transmission.
At the presentation of the practical test may only use automobiles or tractors with a clutch pedal (or lever operated manually for categories A or A1).
This does not apply car used in practical test for category B / E practical exam for commercial passenger for category B practical test for category B in connection with the driving test, see. § 51, and the car used in the practical test for commercial passenger category D if the applicant holds a license for category D.
It can be determined that the license can only be issued to the motor vehicle or tractor without a clutch pedal. In such cases, the practical driving instruction is conducted and the practical test is presented in a motor vehicle or tractor without a clutch pedal (or lever operated manually for categories A or A1).
School carriage Signs, billboards, etc.
Motor vehicles, tractors and road trains must during practice driving bear the plate (s) in white with the word 'school wagon' or 'school bike "made in black letters.
School plate (s) to be placed in vertical or near vertical position, and in such a way that the inscription is clearly visible forward and aft relative to the vehicle's longitudinal direction. School sign should be used during practice driving, including driving to and from the place where the exercise drive going.
During the practical test must a vehicle be equipped with the registered owner's / user's name - though without specifying 'driving school' and the like - and phone number. It should also be a vehicle for the skill test not be provided with school boards or with company signs, advertisements or anything that characterizes the vehicle as a training vehicle.

If a motor vehicle that is specially fitted for practice driving, other than practice driving and practical test, the specific control devices be removed, covered or locked in a safe manner, unless there is nobody in the place from which these devices can be operated.
IV. Vehicles used in enclosed exercise room or on road safety center
Motor vehicles registered to practice driving, as well as registered trailers can without limitation used in closed training ground or safe-driving center in the context of driver training for driving licenses in categories A, B, C, D and E.
Vehicles used only for practice driving on closed training ground or road safety center, must think and accepted for an inspection company. The vehicle is not registered, but reported to the DMV before you use it.
If the vehicle is Brand and type-approved, notification can be made on the basis of a certificate of conformity in accordance with the rules of the Order on registration and inspection of vehicles etc.
The vehicle is then subjected to periodic survey once a year in accordance with the Order on registration and inspection of vehicles etc. However, motorcycles, passenger cars designed for a maximum of 9 persons and trailers with a gross vehicle weight of not more than 3,500 kg alone subjected to periodic survey once every two years. Initial surveys of trailers with a gross vehicle weight of not more than 3,500 kg takes place two years after the first registration.
In order to be authorized to practice driving on closed training ground or road safety center, the vehicle must meet the interior design and equipment requirements for the category concerned and the provisions of this Annex.
A truck and a truck with trailer used solely on road safety center can be approved, regardless of the requirements of this Annex to the real total mass are met. Furthermore, the requirement of the loading condition of the vehicles or the requirement that the vehicle holds the entire length must be a closed box or a closed tarpaulin structure, not on road safety center.
A car can be approved, even if it is not provided with additional instruction sets, extra rear-view mirrors or additional warning lights for direction indicators.
Vehicles used for practice driving on closed training ground or safe-driving center in the context of driver training for driving licenses in categories A, B, C, D and E, must be covered by insurance in accordance with the Road Traffic Act Chapter 16. The insurance contract shall be designed so that the student who leads motor vehicle, liability and accident insurance.
The insurance company may have recourse to the driver in accordance with the Road Traffic Act § 108 paragraph. 2.
Appendix 6
Driving ranges
I. Closed training grounds
Before commissioning, a closed training ground approved by the police.
Application for approval submitted to the police in the police district where the closed training ground is located. The application must include information about who is responsible manager of the closed training ground. There must also be accompanied by complete information on the facility, including drawings showing the scale.
Police approves and oversees the closed training grounds. The police may withdraw issued approvals. The police shall give notice to the Commissioner of Police regarding approvals and withdrawals.
Requirements for closed training grounds
1. Exercise site must include a rectangular and contiguous flat, horizontal area with a minimum length of 100 m and a width of 50 m. Exercise Square can be used for the education of more than 3 students at a time.
2. Exercise the square maneuvering section must have a driving solid surface in the form of asphalt, concrete or concrete paving stones. Exercise the square maneuvering section, comprise a continuous web, which runs along the practice of the square outer edges.
The continuous web, which runs along the practice of the square outer edges should have a width that allows the student ample opportunity to correct the oscillation control. One of the lanes in the exercise of the square longitudinal direction must have a minimum width of 10 m. The other lanes must have a minimum width of 5 m.
The 2 courses in the exercise length of the square included the exercise of slalom and driving the shift to second gear, combined with either braking or cornering corners. The 2 courses in the exercise of the square width is included for the initial exercises with forward and reverse directions throughout the continuous web around.
Beyond that is required to exercise the square maneuvering section for each student room for the following:



- 40 x 20 m to drive in figure 8.
- 25 x 10 m for forward and reverse directions with målbremsning.
- 40 x 10 m for parking at the roadside.
- 30 x 10 m for turning.
- 40 x 10 m, and marked bay 8 x 3 m perpendicular to the roadway for parking exercise.

3. On the training ground shall be mobile or stationary marking equipment.
4. Exercise site must be cordoned off with wire fences, hedges, ditches, earth or the like, so that the area is not open to general traffic. The driveway must be provided with lockable chain or boom.
Where the training ground adjacent to the road or the like, as well as by areas where waiting students, spectators, etc. staying while going exercise traffic must establish a safety shut-off, which can bring the vehicles used for stopping by the normally used speeds.
5. At the closed training ground must be kept lists of students who have received driving lessons. The list shall contain information on:


- The teaching driving instructor's name and address.
- The student's name and address.
- Date and time (from and to) for teaching.

Lists must be kept for 3 years and must be presented to the police on request.
6. Exercise Place established before July 15, 1990, however, if those conditions set out therein are otherwise met, used


- The education of more than 3 students at a time when space includes an area with a length of 95 m and a minimum width of 45 m, or
- The education of more than 2 students at a time when space includes an area with a length of 100 m and a minimum width of 40 m, or
- The education of more than 1 student at a time when space includes an area with a length of 80 m and a minimum width of 40 m.

With respect to the performance of the individual maneuvers on closed training grounds refer to the curriculum.
II. Driving Plant
Before commissioning, a road safety center approved by the Commissioner of Police. Commissioner of Police may establish specific conditions for approval.
Application for approval submitted to the Commissioner of Police. The application must include information about who is responsible leader of the driving center. Please enclose complete information about the facility, including drawings showing the scale.
Requirements for driving center
1. The driving center will include a flat, relatively level area of ​​approximately 350 mx 150 m. If the facility is to be used as part of training for categories C, D and E, it should have a length of 400 m. The system must be fenced and the entrance could be shut off from general traffic with chain or barriers, as students during execution of the exercises will run alone in cars.
2. The run technical installations precise objectives determined otherwise by the below-mentioned maneuvers. For the maneuvers required following courses:


1) A 12 m wide and about 100 m long asphalt runway coated with a friction coefficient of not less than 0.5 (dry run).
2) A 9 m wide and about 100 m long runway with a special coating that can be made smooth - e.g., by spraying - with a coefficient of friction of about 0.2 (slippery runway).

As security discount for skids established along slippery runway pages a minimum of 3 m wide plain asphalt and in addition a minimum of 10 m wide, bogged down grass or gravel area.
Slippery track must also be completed with an approximate 20 m long track with ordinary asphalt pavement as a security zone in the return path.


3) A 9 m wide and about 80 m long curved path (radius 50 m (counting the outer curve)) with special coating that can be done smoothly, for example. by spraying.

As a safety discount to skid established along the outside of the curve an 8 10 m wide and along the inside of the curve a 3 m wide plain asphalt coated runway.
Slippery curve must also be completed with an approximate 20 m long plain asphalt coated runway as a safety zone in the return path.


4) In implementation of "high edge exercise 'to run technical installations used in driver training for category B, having a control section of at least 80 m in length with a high edge on the right side. Maneuver section must be built in a straight path, and to be before maneuvering section be possible without difficulty to obtain an initial rate of approximately 60 km / h at the edge start.


Along the maneuver section one side must be an area which has a minimum width of 60 cm, and at least 8 cm below the level of the field. The edge, which forms the transition from the field to the lower-lying area, must have an angle to the vertical of between 0 and 30 degrees.
The lower lying area must have a certain roughness so that it can create the illusion of a realistic vejrabat. This area must have a permanent coating that permanently gives the specified height difference.
Bane piece with the raised edge must have a minimum width of 5 m, and to the right of the lower area is to be a safety zone of at least 5 m and at least 1 m if there is a boundary in the form of a crash barrier or violence can not be forced by a car.
3. In addition to maneuver lanes, there must be adequate long Approach (acceleration) and return paths. For the lanes where the maneuvers to be performed at given speeds, there must be approximately equal acceleration lane and a stretch where the student can stabilize speed before the maneuver begins. The first part of the acceleration as the case may be formed as a smooth curve path. By maneuvers must be performed at speeds up to 70 km per hour (depending on the student's abilities), the acceleration and stabilization course be at least 180 m. The total course incl. maneuvering lane must be at least 280 m.
Access and return paths should be asphalt coated and have a width of 5 to 6 m. For safety reasons, the plant's courts should be free of protruding edges or other obstacles that can cause udskridende cars overturned, see. However section. 2, no. 4. Stir to irrigate the slippery tracks should thus be recessed into the courts. Stands or poles should not be closer than 5 m from the tracks. Billboards or the like along the tracks may not be keen on posts that are thicker than 3 cm.
4. On the driving center must be kept lists of students who have received driving lessons. The list shall contain information on:


- The teaching driving instructor's name and address.
- The student's name and address.
- Date and time (from and to) for teaching.

Lists must be kept for 3 years and must be presented to the police on request.
5. With respect to the performance of the individual maneuvers on road safety center please refer to the curriculum.
Annex 7
Driving Tests The organization
I. Driving (Ordinary)
Driving The objective
The purpose of the driving test is that it must be assessed whether the applicant has acquired the knowledge and skills and behavior laid down as a measure of driver training, which is a condition of obtaining a license.
Test requirements and educational goals
The provisions relating to driver training and driving tests contained in the Road Traffic Authority's regulations on curricula for driver training (curricula) for category A (motorcycle), category B (standard car), category C (truck), Category D (large car) and category E (large trailer) and in this Order.
The curriculum provides a detailed description of the drive contents and extent of stating the purpose, objectives and detailed targets. Milestones represent the actual guidelines for both teaching as to the assessment of the driving test since they more closely clarify what students should be able to and know at the end of the training.
Theoretical and practical test substance
With regard to the clarification of the performance requirements of driver training and driving test refer to curricular milestones descriptions.
Specific aims of the school curriculum for categories C, D, B / E, C / E and D / E, where the applicant must be able to identify signs of failure of equipment involved in practical test substance in the applicant's control of the device.
There are curricula not distinguished clearly between theoretical and practical training. This is mainly due regard for the necessary consistency between theoretical and practical learning substance. Driving test consists, however, of a theory test and a practical test.
I.1. Theory exam
Theory test is conducted in accordance with the National Commissioner's guidelines for driving tests.
Applicants who, because of special circumstances, which must be documented, can not undergo general theory test may be referred to a special test. This competition is held in accordance with the National Commissioner's guidelines for driving tests.
Theory sample rating
Following completion of the theory test is made out scoring sheets, of which the number of error answers follow. It is on whether the test is passed or not passed.

I.2. Practical test
The duration of practical test are laid down in curricula.
The practical test for motorcycle carried out partly by performing maneuvers in specific fields in accordance with the National Commissioner's guidelines for driving tests, partly as maneuvers on the road with the examiner as a passenger in a subsequent passenger with a maximum weight not exceeding 3500 kg (Passenger M1, cf. . Detailed Regulations for vehicles). The car, to be fitted with radio equipment for use by the examiner, are provided and maintained by the driving instructor. The driving examiner may judge driving as a passenger on the applicant's motorcycle.
The test for an ordinary car, ordinary car with large trailer, large passenger car, truck, big car with large trailer and truck with a large trailer carried by the examiner as a passenger next to the applicant.
The applicant must demonstrate orientation and maneuvering skills under the road and traffic conditions of appropriate difficulty level equivalent to teaching plan milestones descriptions. The driving examiner must assess the applicant can perform these skills sufficiently. The driving examiner must in this context ensure that any special ancillary equipment as listed in Annex 5, section III, is disconnected. Furthermore, the applicant must demonstrate the ability to control the motorcycle, car or trailer statutory equipment. Checks must be hospitalized at the appropriate time in the practical test and as far as possible be made before driving.
For all the above tests, the applicant shall it / the necessary vehicle / vehicles available. This also applies to the tractor.
Evaluation of the practical test
In the practical test, the examiner will mainly assess whether the applicant's performance is characterized by thorough learning in the curriculum.
Do not required actually experienced or totally flawless drive, but the examiner must distinguish between more and less serious faults. A few minor mistakes should not cause the sample is considered not passed, with the applicant's drive to be judged as a whole. Is the candidate's performance marked by more and especially repeated minor error, the sample after the examiners estimate is considered failed.
Whether an error to be regarded as more or less serious, its consequences primarily for road safety and then for traffic proper conduct. Error regarding orientation or maneuvering involving obvious possibility of collision or other disaster, be regarded as very serious. Such errors can in itself lead to the exam are evaluated as failed, and the sample may, where appropriate interrupted.
Nearby possibility of collision or other accident covers not only cases where a counterparty visibly present. It may also include cases where the applicant shows obvious lack of care and foresight by driving forward with such a position on the road or at such a speed that the applicant can not manage to orient themselves and stop for hidden obstacles that with a certain probability can emerge.
Repeated error in the operation of the vehicle must be regarded as serious, as far as they clearly reveal that the applicant does not master the vehicle with adequate safety.
In assessing the practical exam graded errors. The content of this modulation appears from the National Commissioner of Police guidelines for driving tests.
The practical test is evaluated otherwise in accordance with the National Commissioner's guidelines for driving tests.
II. A driving license for commercial passenger
Driving exam for commercial passenger consists of a theory test and a practical test.
II.1. Theory
Theory test is conducted in accordance with Section I, Theory exam. Theory exam is assessed, however stricter.
II.2. Practical test
As part of the practical test, the applicant must carry out checks and others. vehicle equipment according to the National Commissioner's guidelines for driving tests.
Category B
The applicant overheard in accordance with the National Commissioner's guidelines for driving tests in the provisions of the Executive Order on taxi etc., Including the special rules imposed on taxi drivers (local driving regulations).

In the practical test must be made greater demands on the candidate's skills, like misconduct judged stricter than practical test for category B (standard car). The applicant must be the practical test could find its way to two addresses listed for the shortest route using the map and street listing.
Category D
The applicant overheard in accordance with the National Commissioner's guidelines for driving tests in the provisions of the Executive Order on bus and Traffic Authority's Order on special requirements for buses.
In the practical test must be made greater demands on the candidate's skills, like misconduct judged stricter than practical test for category D (large car).
II.3. Combined driving test
Driving exam for category D (large car) and for commercial passenger category D can be executed simultaneously. Theory test is held because as a theory test for commercial passenger as under 1). The practical test is held as under 2). The combined driving test is evaluated according to the National Commissioner's guidelines for driving tests.
If the candidate's performance at the practical test can not lead to passing the driving test for commercial passenger category D, the examiner will, however, also be able to assess and judge whether the candidate's performance is sufficient to pass the driving test for category D
III. Driving the tractor / engine tool
III.1. Theory exam
Applicants overheard verbally and individually.
About vehicle design and equipment the applicant during the hearing to demonstrate:
1. The steering device to be operated easily, safely and quickly. Do not because of wear or the like occur significant slack in the steering system as a whole or in its parts.
2. The foot brake (service brake) that can be hydraulically or mechanically, to work on the wheels of at least one axle and at all speeds and load conditions could slow the tractor in a safe, quick and effective way.
The tractor must be held stationary on sloping road (12%) using either the parking brake, transmission block or by blocking the brake pedal.
The emergency brake (which may be the parking brake or the one circuit in a dual circuit brake system) must be able to brake the tractor safely if the service braking.
The brake pedal must have around 1- 4 cm clearance in top position. The brake pedal must by hydraulic brakes feel firm and must not sag while it is kept depressed.
In these tests, the brake pedals must always be locked together.
In mechanical brakes should it before interlock However, first check that both pedals at the same pressure goes just far down.
3. The applicant must be familiar with the concepts of reaction length, braking distance and stopping distance. The applicant must also know the relationship between braking distance and speed (braking distance becomes such. 4 times as long if speed doubles) and know that also surface of the road, road conditions and road surface gradient and vehicle load conditions can affect the braking distance. The applicant should know the emergency at the importance of reaction time (emergency position taken by the foot moves from the accelerator to the brake pedal) and be aware of the dangers of skewed-acting brakes and to the irrationality of blockade braking.
4. Knowledge of the tractor stability - including steepening and overturning.
5. Knowledge of the Highway Code rules on the use of lights, the driving techniques when driving in the dark as well as knowledge of the lighting equipment, the vehicle must be equipped with.
6. Knowledge of Road Traffic Act on signals and signs.
7. Knowledge of the danger of carbon monoxide poisoning.
8. Knowing that unnecessary noise etc. avoided by proper use and maintenance of the tractor.
The purpose of the hearing is to determine whether the applicant has sufficient knowledge of the vehicle and its operation that the note resulting lack of safety and can lead it without risk to road safety.
The applicant must also demonstrate knowledge of the following traffic rules:
1. The traffic rules which are relevant for the lead by a tractor.
The applicant shall provide test in particular demonstrate thorough knowledge and understanding of the following rules:


1) The general rule of due respect and attention in traffic.
2) About free passage for emergency vehicles, etc.
3) About traffic over the railway tracks, etc.
4) About obligations arising from road accidents.
5) On the use of the road's different paths and the location on the road.

6) In the position of the tractor during turns and turns, etc.
7) In the meeting at the bus stop.
8) In the meeting, overtaking, passing, changing lanes and merging.
9) Right of way rules.
10) About obligations to pedestrians.
11) Provisions relating to parking and stopping.

2. The Highway Code given rules about driver's responsibilities and duties, including those on alcohol and the disease etc.
3. Police traffic control, the other traffic regulatory measures vejafmærkningen - less road signs and their meaning (only boards that have an impact on tractors) - and others of importance to traffic.
Other
1. During the hearing in the operation and traffic rules, the applicant must demonstrate knowledge of the danger opportunities and driving technique in particular situations, for example. driving on uneven ground, in rain, fog, snow and freezing rain as well as basic knowledge of the remediation technique in critical situations.
2. There shall be thorough with examination of such issues, there is the opportunity to try the skill test at that location, for example. dimming.
3. Each applicant must in the theoretical part of the sample to be heard in substance that falls under 2) and 3).
III.2. The practical test
The practical test for tractor carried out to the examiner as a passenger in a subsequent passenger with a maximum weight of not more than 3,500 kg. The car, to be fitted with radio equipment for use by the examiner, provided by the applicant and by someone other than the examiner. The practical test is carried out in built-up area.
Advice for the examiner
Before the exam, the examiner will verify that the applicant holds an appropriate driving position (possible suspension of driver's seat), and the applicant to observe the necessary precautions, for example. by setting the mounted mirrors, by ensuring that an adequate view through the windows and by testing indicators, brakes and steering.
During the exam, the examiner will particularly ensure that the applicant complies with road traffic regulations, the applicant understands that fit his driving (less speed and proper positioning of the vehicle on the roadway) compared to other traffic and the road, weather and lighting conditions, and that the applicant exhibits due consideration to other road users when the traffic situation has a certain danger potential (cross street, children playing, etc.), and the applicant does not unnecessarily impede other traffic.
The run must be characterized by sufficient foresight in relation to other traffic.
The instructions necessary for the exam is held, shall be given by the examiner via radio from the next car. There should not be given specific instructions to cause the applicant to act against the rules of the road or coerce the applicant into the abnormal traffic situations. It is for the examiner to arrange the sample so as to cause the least possible inconvenience to other traffic.
Maneuver Samples
The driving examiner should have its attention chiefly on whether the applicant before the start of the engine has convinced itself that the tractor is in neutral and the parking brake is applied for.
Carry out maneuver tests, such as starting, braking on an inclined road, parking at the curb (if curbs are not available because of the carriageway outer edge) and reversing.
Reverse swing coupled with a trailer around a corner or into a driveway gate or the like (Possibly marked.).
The applicant must show that the person knows how to judge distances and speed right and understand how to use the brakes properly when starting on an inclined road, etc.
In police districts where road conditions such that the test of the drive is performed under such difficult conditions as desirable, should maneuver tests extended as appropriate.
Will be distributed through normal driving pace, partly in less crowded places, partly in livelier traffic, partly more clear.
Drive in broader traffic arteries, preferably with adjacent streets on both sides. The route in a way that will both cut the thoroughfares partly turn left and right into and away from these. Of special tests conducted while driving, for example:


1) Vibration from crowded street to the left into a narrow side street and inversely, preferably where there are no traffic lights.
2) Vibration right into narrow side street.
3) Vibration, in particular on the left, in major intersections with traffic lights, or wherein the roadway comprises several traffic lanes.

Appendix 8
Provisions on terms, limitations and rights in the license
I. Common provisions
The codes in this Annex establishes the terms, limitations and rights of holders of licenses and indicated in the license box 12. After the code is in brackets also the date of expiry of entitlement, if this is different from the one applicable for the category.
The competent authority referred to. § 102, shall decide on the codes to be used for the issuance of driving licenses.
Commissioner of Police may provide for the introduction of new codes as well as codes subdivision. Commissioner of Police sets including guidelines for the overall use of both codes as subcodes.
II. EU-harmonized codes
The codes in this section is given in accordance with the EC under the prescribed common harmonized coding system.
The codes in this section and the associated conditions and / or limitations valid in EU Member States and EEA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway).
Codes 73-79 used for the exchange of licenses issued in the EU Member States or EEA countries, to the extent that the license in question contains a subcategory of vehicles in accordance with the provisions of Council Directive 91/439 / EEC on driving licenses. The subcategories are listed in parentheses after the code's content in the column 'Meaning'.
Driver (medical reasons):









Codes and



Subcodes




Meaning





01


Sight correction and / or protection





1.1


Glasses





1.2


Contact lens (es)





1.3


Goggles





1.4


Opaque lens





1:05


Eyes Shut





1.6


Glasses or contact lenses



02


Hearing aid / communication aid





1.2


Hearing aid for one ear





2.2


Hearing aid for two ears



03


Prosthesis / orthosis





1.3


Prosthesis / orthosis





2.3


Prosthesis / orthosis



05


Limited use (subcode use obligatory, driving subject to restrictions for medical reasons)





05:01



Limited to day time journeys (eg. One hour after sunrise to one hour before sunset)





2.5


Limited to journeys within a radius of km from holder's place of residence or only inside city / region





3.5


Driving without passengers





4.5


Limited to journeys with a maximum speed of km / h





5.5


Limited to drive when accompanied by a person with license





6.5


Driving without trailer





7.5


No driving on motorways





5.8


No alcohol






Vehicle Adaptations:









Codes and



Subcodes




Meaning





10


Modified transmission





10:01


Manual gear





10:02


Vehicles without a clutch pedal or lever operated manually for categories A or A1 (automatic)





10:03


Electronic control gear





10:04


Custom gear lever





10:05


Limited number of gear



15


Adapted coupling





15:01


Adapted clutch pedal





15:02


Manual switching





15:03


Automatic switching





15:04


Shielded / fold away / detached clutch pedal



20


Adapted braking mechanism






20:01


Custom brake pedal





20:02


Larger brake pedal





20:03


Brake pedal for the left foot





20:04


Brake pedal to shoe sole





20:05


Rocker brake pedal





20:06


(Adapted) service brake





20:07


Reinforced brake - Maximum use





20:08


Emergency brake integrated in the service brake - Maximum use





20:09


Adjusted parking brake





20:10


Electrically operated parking brake





20:11


Custom foot operated parking brake





20:12


Shielded / fold away / detached brake pedal





20:13


Knee-operated brake





20:14


Electrically operated service brake



25


Adapted accelerator mechanism





25.01


Adapted accelerator





25.02


Accelerator pedal on the shoe sole





25.03


Vippegaspedal





25.04


Manual throttle





25.05


Knee-operated throttle





25.06


Servogaspedal / (electronic, pneumatic, etc.).





25.07


Accelerator pedal on the left of the brake pedal





25.08



Accelerator pedal on the left





25.09


Shielded / fold away / detached accelerator pedal



30


Modified combined braking and accelerator systems





30.01


Parallel pedals





30.02


Pedals at (or almost at) the same level





30.03


Gas and brake with sliding





30.04


Gas and brake with sliding and orthesis





30.05


/ Detached accelerator and brake pedals





30.06


Raised floor





30.07


Partitioning on the side of the brake pedal





30.08


Partitioning for prosthesis on the side of the brake pedal





30.09


Partitioning in front of the accelerator and brake pedal





30.10


Heel / leg support





30.11


Power gas and brake



35


Modified control layouts (Lights switches, windscreen wiper / washer, horn, direction indicators, etc.)





35.01


Control devices operable without negative influence on the steering and handling of the vehicle





35.02


Control devices operable without releasing the steering wheel and accessories (knob, fork, etc.)





35.03


Control devices operable without releasing the steering wheel and accessories (knob, fork, etc.) With your left hand





35.04


Control devices operable without releasing the steering wheel and accessories (knob, fork, etc.) With the right hand





35.05


Control devices operable without releasing the steering wheel and accessories (knob, fork, etc.) And the combined gas / brake



40


Custom Management






40.01


Standard power steering





40.02


Reinforced assisted steering





40.03


Steering with backup system





40.04


Lengthened steering column





40.05


Adjusted steering wheel (Larger and / or thicker steering wheel with smaller diameter, etc.).





40.06


Tilted steering wheel





40.07


Vertical rat





40.08


Horizontal rat





40.09


Foot control





40.10


Alternative adjusted steering (joystick, etc.).





40.11


Knob





40.12


Håndortese on the steering wheel





40.13


With tenodese-orthosis



42


Adapted (-ede) rear-view mirror (s)





42.01


Exterior rearview mirror (left or) right





42.02


Exterior rear-view mirror set on the wing





42.03


Additional inside rear-view mirror, providing an overview of traffic





42.04


Inside panoramic mirror





42.05


The interior rear-view mirror that covers the blind spot





42.06


Power (s) outside (s) rear-view mirror (s)



43


Custom seat





43.01


Driver seat at a good viewing height and in normal distance from the steering wheel and pedals





43.02



Driver seat adjusted to body shape





43.03


Driver seat with lateral support for good sitting stability





43.04


Driver seat with armrest





43.05


Extended seat on runners





43.06


Adapted seatbelt





43.07


H-type seat belts



44


Modifications to motorcycles (subcode use)





44.01


Single operated brake





44.02


(Adjusted) hand operated front brake





44.03


(Adjusted) foot operated rear brake





44.04


(Adapted) throttle





44.05


(Adjusted) manual transmission and manual clutch





44.06


(Adapted (-ede)) rear-view mirror (s)





44.07


(Adjusted) controls (for example contacts for direction indicators and switches for up and dimming)





44.08


Seat height, which allows the driver to have two feet on the ground while



45


Motorcycle with sidecar



50


Limited to specific vehicle / chassis number (vehicle identification number - VIN)



51


Restricted to a specific vehicle / registration plate (vehicle registration number - KRN)






Management:









Codes




Meaning





70


Exchange of license No .... issued by ... (for non EU / UN distinguishing, for example. 70.0123456789.xx)



71



Duplicate of license No .... (for non EU / UN distinguishing, for example. 71.987654321.HR)



72


Restricted to category A vehicles having a maximum cylinder capacity of 125 cm3 and a maximum power of 11 kW (A1)



73


Restricted to category B vehicles of the motor tricycle or quadricycle type (B1)



74


Restricted to category C vehicles the maximum authorized mass of no more than 7,500 kg (C1)



75


Restricted to category D vehicles with more than 16 seats, excluding the driver's seat (D1)



76


Restricted to category C vehicles the maximum authorized mass of no more than 7,500 kg (C1) with a trailer the maximum authorized mass of over 750 kg, the total train weight does not exceed 12.000 kg and the maximum authorized mass does not exceed the towing vehicle's weight (C1 + E)



77


Restricted to category D vehicles with more than 16 seats, excluding the driver's seat (D1) to a trailer the maximum authorized mass of over 750 kg, provided that a) the permitted gross combination weight does not exceed 12.000 kg and the maximum authorized mass does not exceed the towing vehicle's curb weight, and b) the trailer is not used to carry passengers (D1 + E)



78


Valid only for vehicles without a clutch pedal (or lever operated manually for categories A chops A1)



79


() Restricted to vehicles which comply with the specifications indicated in brackets in the context of the application of Article 10. 1



90


Secondary codes





90.01


To the left





90.02


To the right





90.03


left





90.04


right





90.05


hand





90.06


foot





90.07


usable






III. National codes
The codes listed in this section are only valid in Denmark.







Code


meaning



100


The holder is only entitled to drive motorcycles




125


The holder is only entitled to fly tricycle



150


The holder must use glasses or contact lenses while driving with vehicles in categories C, C / E, D, D / E, when driving vehicles used for commercial passenger transport, as well as in connection with the business of driving instructor



200


The holder has a driving license for tractor / engine tool



225


The holder is only entitled to drive the tractor in connection with the services referred to in the Road Traffic Act § 74



250


The holder has completed a course in emergency



400


Holder has the license for commercial passenger category B



425


Holder has the license for commercial passenger category D



450


Holder has the license for commercial passenger for categories B and D



500


The holder is authorized to operate as a driving instructor for category A



525


The holder is authorized to operate as driving instructors for category B



550


The holder is authorized to operate as a driving instructor for categories B, B / E, C, C / E, D and D / E





Appendix 9
Provisions on course in traffic-related first aid
I. Purpose
The aim is to give participants the knowledge, skills and attitudes required in order to provide first aid in traffic accidents.
II. Educational goals
After completing the course the student must be able to:


- Act appropriately at an injury site, including handling multiple casualties and could take the necessary precautions not even getting injured,
- Provide basic life support to someone without breathing and vital signs
- Provide first aid to the typical injuries related to traffic accidents, and
- Prevent shock, including lead a soothing conversation with the / the casualties.

III. scope
The course includes 7 hours of training including first aid in basic life support (3 hours) and traffic-related first aid (4 hours).
IV. implementation
The teaching of road traffic related first aid shall be conducted in accordance with Danish First Aid Council training for basic life support and traffic related first aid.
Education shall be conducted by instructors approved by the Danish First Aid.
Education shall be an action-oriented and practical approach. The case and skill training must be built around typical accident and damage types on a site of damage related to the traffic area.
The traffic-related first aid course should contain elements of a preventive nature to provide the participants with knowledge of the accident prevention measures that can be incorporated into the holder's use of the vehicle.
V. Course certificate
After completion of the traffic-related first aid course issuer director a course certificate.
Official notes

1) The Order contains provisions that implement Council Directive no. 91/439 / EEC on driving licenses (Official Journal 1991 L 237, p. 1) as amended, and parts of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/126 / EC of 20 december 2006 on driving licenses (EU gazette 2006 no. L 403, page 18). At the time of the Order of issue, the Danish language version of Commission Directive 2000/56 / EC, L 237, p. 45, amending Council Directive 91/439 / EEC, translation error in Annex 1 for. Code 76 and 77th