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What does c1 and C1E mean on my licence?

C1E. C1E (with restriction code 107) Vehicle between 3,500kg and 7,500kg carrying no more than 8 passengers plus driver, with trailer over 750kg and a combined weight of no more than 12,000kg.

Is EU licence valid in UK after Brexit?

EU licence-holders living in the UK can continue to use their licence if it is valid, subject to UK licence renewal requirements. This means an EU licence must be changed to a UK licence at the age of 70, or three years after the driver becomes resident, whichever is later.

What is a class B driving license in Germany?

Driving Licence Category B Category B entitles driving three-wheeled vehicles in Germany. In case the vehicle has more than 15 kw, the licence-owner must be 21 years old. No theoretical or practical test required. Only drivers training in the Driving School.

Are old type driving Licences still valid?

In 2015, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) scrapped the paper part of driving licences for anyone who had been issued with one after 1998. If you’ve been issued with a paper licence at any point over the last 23 years, you should also have a photocard, and you can happily discard your paper counterpart.

What is category N on a driving Licence?

Short version: “Category: N. You can drive vehicles exempt from Vehicle Excise Duty”

Is C1 the same as Class 2?

Some examples of C1 vehicles include ambulances, horseboxes, refrigerated grocery delivery trucks and home removal trucks. C – also referred to as Class 2 or Rigid this category allows the licence holder to drive any large goods vehicle with a trailer with a maximum authorised mass of up to 750 kg.

Will I need a green card to drive in Europe after Brexit?

You do not need to carry a green card when you drive in the EU (including Ireland), Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia, and Switzerland. You still need valid vehicle insurance.

Is a German driving Licence valid in the UK?

It is possible to drive in the UK with an EU licence – Holders of a licence issued in EU/EEA nations can drive in the United Kingdom until the document expires. You won’t need to retake your test or exchange your European driving licence documents.

Is Class C the same as Class 2?

C – also referred to as Class 2 or Rigid this category allows the licence holder to drive any large goods vehicle with a trailer with a maximum authorised mass of up to 750 kg.

What is Category B driving license?

The category B licence lets you drive a motor vehicle with a maximum weight of up to 3,500kg, it can’t have more than eight passenger seats. If you want to use a trailer the most it can weigh without additional hassle is 750kg.

What is group A on a driving licence?

You have an entitlement to drive certain vehicles as soon as you get a full driving licence. These are: Category A – Light motorcycles with an engine of up to 125cc. Category AM – two-wheeled or 3-wheeled vehicles with a maximum speed of more than 15.5mph, but not more than 28mph.

Do you have to return old driving licence to DVLA?

You must send your old photocard licence to DVLA when you get your new licence. You’ll be told the address to use when you finish the application.

What was driving licence category before June 1990?

Before June 1990, the types of vehicles you could drive were known as ‘groups’. These are now known as ‘categories’. If your full driving licence was issued before January 2013, you can find the equivalent new category and check what types of vehicles you can drive. Driving licence categories are different in Northern Ireland.

What are the different types of UK driving licences?

UK driving licence categories & codes – B, B1, A, AM, B auto, B+E, C, C1, D1 – What you can ( can’t) drive. APH Community > Travel Safety Tips: UK Driving Licence Categories.

Where do I find the categories on my driving licence?

Driving licence categories and codes will usually explain what vehicles you can drive, and what conditions you must meet to drive your vehicle. They can usually be found on the back of your driving licence. Each category of vehicle is represented by a letter or a letter and a number. These show which vehicles you’re qualified to drive.

What can you drive with a Category F driving licence?

If your licence has category F on it – all standard ones do – you can drive an agricultural tractor. That’s right, you can hop behind the wheel of a tractor with no restrictions! TThis driving licence category means you can get behind the wheel of a pedestrian-controlled vehicle; in other words, any self-propelled device you walk behind to control.