This is the first step to obtaining your driving licence. You have to receive a certificate validating the first aid course (10h). It remains valid for 6 years. Read more →
2 - Official form
Once your first aid certificate is acquired, you can move on to step two. You have to hand in your filled in official form with your first aid certificate, a passport picture and have an eye test done by an approved optician.
Your form being completed, you must now prepare and register for your theory test, the third step to obtaining your driving licence. You can either train by yourself or trust us to guide you. Read more →
4 - Sensibilisation & Practice
Congratulation, you have passed your theory test ! You can now start the fourth step to obtain your driving licence. First you will have to follow the sensibilisation course (8h) to obtain a new certificate available for 2 years.
Secondly, you will have to practice for the practical test. You can call one of our driving instructors if you want to be accompanied in your training. Read more →
For our two wheeled friends, you must follow 6, 8 or 12h motorcycle base courses of the selected categories within 4 months. You will obtain a certificate available for 12 months. Read more →
5 - Practical test
With your sensibilisation certificate and your provisional licence, you are now able to register for the practical test.
For our two wheeled friends, you will need the sensibilisation certificate and the motorcycle base course certificate with your provisional licence in order to register for the practical test.
6 - Second phase
Congratulations ! You have passed the practical test, and finally finished the first phase. However, your probationary licence is valid for 3 years, and you will have to follow 2 more training days during this period to obtain the final driving licence. Read more →