If you’re moving to Luxembourg and you want to drive, then you’ll need to get a driver’s license. However, if this is your first time applying for a driving test in a new country, then it might be confusing as to how everything works. Here’s what you need to know:
In order to get a driving license in Luxembourg, you’ll need to complete the following steps.
You’ll need to complete a driving test, which is administered by a local driving school. You can apply for the test at any time and it will be scheduled based on availability. The instructor will give you one or two lessons before your exam so that you can practice with them and get used to their teaching style.
You must be 18 years old in order to take the exam; if you’re younger than that but have been practicing driving for some time, there may be exceptions made on a case-by-case basis (so check with your instructor).
Apply for a driving test at a local driving school.
Once you have passed the theoretical exam, it’s time to apply for a driving test at a local driving school. You will need to pay a fee and bring your passport and driver’s license with you as well as any documents related to your vehicle (such as its registration papers).
You can also bring an instructor with you if that helps make things go smoothly during the test–but remember that this isn’t required by law!
Complete one or two driving lessons with your instructor.
You should have at least one driving lesson with your instructor. They will teach you how to drive in Luxembourg, and they will help you with the theory test. They can also help with the practical test, which is taken on a closed-off road.
The driving instructor will be in the passenger seat while they give instructions through a headset. The examiner will sit behind them and watch out of their rear window as well as their mirrors during this part of the exam (the first part). When it comes time for them to do their own driving test (the second part), there won’t be an examiner present anymore!
Driving in Luxembourg is similar to other European countries.
Driving in Luxembourg is similar to other European countries. The country has a good road network and public transport system, so getting around by car is not necessary.
There are many car rental companies in Luxembourg, including Hertz and Avis.
If you’re looking to get a driving license in Luxembourg, this article https://luxtoday.lu/en/knowledge/how-to-get-a-driving-license-in should give you everything you need to know. We hope that our tips and advice will help make the process easier for you!