The law's content
section 1 of this Act contains provisions concerning the training for
drivers of mopeds, snowmobiles and ATVs.
Provisions on eligibility requirements and the issuing and
withdrawal of driving licences and licences for these vehicle types
See license Act (1998:488).
Permit to conduct training
section 2 of the Education under this Act may be exercised only after
the permission of the authority that the Government determines.
The authority may authorize natural or legal
persons with regard to their personal and economic
conditions and circumstances are otherwise considered to have
opportunities to pursue a good education.
Revocation of authorization
section 3 of the authority that the Government may revoke a
permit to conduct training on the conditions for
the authorisation required under paragraph 2 is no longer available or if regulations
If the training provided under this Act does not
observed. A licence may also be revoked at
the licensee's request.
section 4 of the Training under this law shall include theoretical and,
for a moped class I, snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle, even
practical parts. In education for moped class I should be included
driving instruction in traffic.
§ 5 the authority may hand over to the Government
natural or legal persons organising knowledge test
referred to in Chapter 3. license Act (1998:488) for moped class II,
snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicle, to issue proof of approved
completed proficiency test and to levy a fee for the trial.
Surrender in accordance with the first subparagraph may be withdrawn if the
proficiency test held in violation of the applicable regulations or
If the provider is otherwise found to be unsuitable to
arrange a test.
section 6 of The Government authority determines the exercise of supervision
of training and proficiency test. Supervision shall include the
the conditions referred to in paragraph 2 are met and
that the provisions on Education issued pursuant
This law is complied with.
The operator training under this Act shall, on request,
of authority with access to the premises and give
disclosure and release documents to the extent that
needed for the oversight.
section 7 of the Government or the authority that the Government may
notify additional regulations on
1. licences and conditions for conducting training under
2. education content,
3. the requirements for the competence of trainers,
4. the organisation of a theoretical test,
5. supervision and
6. fees for supervision and case management under this law
and according to the regulations issued by virtue of law.
The Government may provide for exemption from the requirement of
the authorisation required under paragraph 2 of and supervision under section 6. Law (2010:1577).
§ 8 the one that intentionally without authorization engages in education
referred to in this law shall be liable to a fine.
§ 9 a decision under this Act or under the regulations
announced pursuant to the law effective immediately unless otherwise
paragraph 10 of the decision of the authority referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 may be appealed to the
General administrative courts. Other decisions by the authority
under this law may not be appealed.
Leave to appeal is required for an appeal to the administrative court.
1. this law shall enter into force on 1 april 2009.
2. by law repeals Act (1999:877) if the licence for
moped class I and for off-road scooter. The provisions of 1, 2, 7
and 8 of the repealed Act applies, however, to 1 October
2009. Driver's licence pursuant to sections 1 and 2 on 2 repealed the law,
even then be issued for persons who prior to 1 October-SFS
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approved at the proficiency test.
3. Permission to conduct training referred to in paragraph 2 of the new
the law also gives the right to carry out before 1 October 2009
training referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 of the repealed Act. Right
the organisation of knowledge tests, to issue proof of completed
proficiency test and to levy a fee for the test in accordance with paragraph 5 of the
new law gives the right to organise, before 1 October 2009
knowledge tests referred to in 1 and 2 of the repealed Act.
4. The repealed law continues to apply in respect of
conditions relating to the period prior to 1 april 2009
and in the case of the offences referred to in sections 7 and 8 of the
repealed the law and committed prior to 1 October 2009.
5. Permission to conduct training that has been granted in accordance with
the repealed Act applies in accordance with its content
State announced pursuant to this Act. Such permission
giving the right to educate drivers of a moped class also provides
the right to educate drivers of a moped class II.