Tag: Licensing and Insurance

New Driving Licence to be Implemented in January

As of January 1, 2024, the DGT will allow those over 16 years of age to obtain a type B1 driving licence. This is a new category for driving licences in Spain, although similar exists in some other countries, and is aimed at giving younger people more mobility. With the new B1 licence, people between …

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Driving Lessons Can Only Be Carried Out by Qualified Professionals in Spain

It is quite possible when you were learning to drive that you practised your novice skills with an accompanied driver whilst you held a provisional licence, a common practice to this day in the UK, but in Spain, this sort of experience is currently illegal, as only qualified driving instructors may accompany drivers who have …

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The Latest Driving Licence Update for Older Drivers

Renewing our driving licence is something we must all do, and whereas we don’t have to carry out a test, there is a medical that is required to ensure that we are fit enough to drive, or if any restrictions should be implemented do our a medical condition, and that fact is the case whatever …

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DGT confirms new driving licence for 16-year-olds

The DGT has confirmed that there will be a new driving licences in Spain, the B driving licence, that will arrive in 2024 and be for 16-year-olds. Those whose qualify for the new B1 licence will be able to use quadricycles and tricycles weighing up to 400 kg on public roads at a maximum speed …

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Common Questions about the European Accident Report Form

We have been talking a lot about the European Accident Report Form, or “parte amistoso”, a so-called “friendly” report that should be completed in the event of an incident without injuries on the road. Now, we are going to answer the most common questions about the European Accident Report Form. Remember, the form should be …

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