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The 4 months of access gives you plenty of time to, to be prepared for the recovery of the driving license.

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You get access to tuition, samples and book which are continuously adapted and updated.
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ONLINE GENERAL BUSINESS COURSE

5 educational film developed for recovery
of the driving license also by conditional revocation.

The educational films are supported by up to three
control tests targeted at each teaching.

In addition to the regeneration course itself, there is
access to the following:

27 Danish theory tests with 25 questions in each
and with the possibility of forming several samples themselves

100+ supporting theory film, with Danish speech.

Danish online theory book, with reading function.

INFORMATION ABOUT DISCLAIMER OF DRIVING LICENSES

Conditional revocation of driving license
A conditional revocation of driving license means, that you can keep your driver's license, if you pass a driving test within 6 months after the disqualification. But what other requirements do you have to meet to be able to keep your driver's license? And what situations can lead to a conditional revocation of driving license? Get the answers here.

What does conditional revocation of driving license mean?
A conditional revocation of the driving license means, that you keep your driver's license, if you re-pass a driving test. You must both pass a theory test, where your theoretical knowledge of driving is tested, and a driving test, where your practical driving skills are tested. You do not have to take theory or driving lessons, before taking the test. However, it may be a good idea to take a few theory lessons, as even experienced drivers may have difficulty passing the theory test.

If your driving license is conditionally revoked, you must take and pass the driving test, including theory test, within 6 months after, that you had your driving license revoked by a court decision. If you do not meet the deadline 6 months, you will, as a rule, instead have your driving license revoked unconditionally.

Additional conditions

When you have passed both the controlling driving test and the theory test after the conditional disqualification, have you regained your driving license for a trial period of 3 years old. After that, it is a condition, that you do not commit new traffic offenses, which can trigger a conditional revocation of the driving license or worse, as this will result in an unconditional revocation of your driving license for at least 6 months. If you have received a conditional revocation of your driving license due to drink-driving, it is also a condition of the acquisition, that you complete one ANT course (alcohol / drug / traffic course).

Requirements for application

In order for you to regain your driving license after a conditional revocation, You must, as a rule, appear in person at one of the country's municipalities and bring a completed application form. In some municipalities, however, your driving instructor may show up for you and handle this part of the process. In connection with this, you - or your driving instructor on your behalf - must present a valid passport or driving license, as well as that letter, you have received regarding the revocation of your driving license. You must also bring an ANT course certificate, if you have had your driving license revoked due to drink-driving.

When can you get a conditional revocation of a driving license?
It is only possible to obtain a conditional revocation of the driving license, if you have had a driving license for more than 3 years before the disqualification. This is due to, that your first 3 years of driving license is a trial period, and that a disqualification during this probationary period is likely to result in a driving ban.

Situations, which implies a conditional revocation of driving license

You can get a conditional revocation of your driving license, If you:

  • May 3 cut in the driving license within a period of 3 years old.
  • Runs more than 60 % above the speed limit.
  • Runs more than 40 % above the permitted speed limit for roadworks.
  • Runs with a per mille in between 0,5 and 1,2.
  • Runs more than 160 km / t.
  • Does not provide assistance, where possible, after you have been involved in a car accident.
  • In addition, it overrides significant considerations for road safety.

INFORMATION ABOUT REQUESTING THE DRIVING LICENSE

Recovery of driving license
If you have had your driving license revoked and lost your driving license, you must regain your driving license in order to drive legally again. You can regain your driving license by fulfilling a number of conditions, which may be different, depending on the type of driving license revocation, it is about. See all the terms and conditions here and find out, how to regain your driver's license.

How do I regain my driver's license??
If you have had your driving license revoked and thus your driving license, you can first drive legally again, once you have regained your driving license. You regain your driving license by fulfilling a number of conditions, which can be diverse, depending on the reason for, that you were disqualified from driving.

What conditions must I meet to regain my driving license?

Conditional revocation of the driving license

If you have been granted a conditional revocation of the driving license, you can regain your driving license for a three-year trial period, if you pass a driving test. This test consists of a theoretical and practical test, where you will be tested in the underlying theory of driving, and your practical ability to drive.

When to take the theory test and the driving test again, it is not a prerequisite, that you re-review the entire required course in theory and driving. If a time limit has been set for, when you must have passed the driving test at the latest, however, you must meet this deadline. The deadline is generally set at 6 months.

If you commit a traffic offense within the three-year trial period, which can again trigger a conditional revocation of the driving license, you will receive an unconditional revocation of your driving license of at least 6 months. You will only receive a conditional revocation of your driving license, if you have had your driving license for more than 3 years old, before you got it denied. If you have not had your driving license for more than 3 years old, you will, on the other hand, be banned from driving.

Driving ban

If you get a driving ban, you can first regain your driving license, when you have undergone special training and passed a driving test. The special training must be completed by an approved driving instructor, and the teaching must consist of at least 8 lessons of 45 minutes in theory and 8 lessons of 45 minutes in driving. It is also a requirement, that the teaching extends beyond the minimum 8 training days.

Unconditional revocation of the driving license

If you have received an unconditional revocation of the driving license, does it mean, that you can first regain your driving license, when the disqualification period has expired. You regain your driving license by passing a driving test.

Disqualification due to drink driving

If the revocation of your driving license is due to drink driving or the like, it is also a condition for the recovery of the driving license, that you complete an alcohol / drug / traffic course, including a ANT course.

How do I apply for a driver's license??

In order for you to regain your driving license, is it a condition, that you are applying for the acquisition.

If you have had your driving license revoked, You must, as a rule, appear in person at one of the country's municipalities and hand in a completed application form and an approved passport photo.. In some municipalities, your driving instructor may show up for you and handle this part of the process. When you hand in the application form, either you or your driving instructor must be able to present your valid driving license or passport, as well as your letter regarding the revocation of the driving license. If you have had your driving license revoked due to drink-driving, you must also submit an ANT course certificate.

In the event of a conditional revocation of the driving license, be sure to apply for the repurchase well in advance, since you must pass a driving test within 6 months after sentencing.

If it does not happen, you will be sentenced to an unconditional revocation of the driving license. If you have had your driving license revoked unconditionally, you can apply for the re-acquisition of the driving license at the earliest one month before, that the disqualification period expires.