How To Apply Driver License for Class C D and F In Austria

How To Apply Driver License for Class C D and F In Austria

  1. Gather all documents you require and confirm you’re qualified to apply for specific category of driver’s licence.
  2. You must pass both the theory test and the practical driving tests for an aforementioned class before you can get the license.

Documents that are required Driver License for Class C D and F

  • official photo identification
  • If necessary, an official document proving the name change
  • when appropriate, evidence of the level
  • Medical opinion
  • Passport photo (35 45 mm x 35 mm) not more than 6 months

Office Locations and Contacts

Burgenland

BH Eisenstadt-Umgebung

Julius Raab-Strae 1, 7000 Eisenstadt

Phone: +43 57 600 4180 Fax: +43 57 600 4177 E-mail: bh.eisenstadt @ bgld.gv.at

Gssing BH

Main 1 7540 Gssing

Phone: +43 57 600 4691 Fax: +43 57 600 4670 E-mail: bh.guessing @ bgld.gv.at

Carinthia

BH Feldkirchen

Milesistrae 10, 9560 Feldkirchen

Phone: +43 50536 67214 Fax: +43 50536 67200 E-mail: bhfe.verkehr @ ktn.gv.at

BH Hermagor

Main road 44 9620 Hermagor

Phone: +43 50 536 6340 0 Fax: +43 50 536 6339 1 E-mail: post.bhhe @ ktn.gv.at

Lower Austria

BH Amstetten

Preinsbacherstrae 11, 3300 Amstetten

Phone: +43 7472 9025 21130 Fax: +43 7472 9025 21131 E-mail: buergerbuero.bham @ noel.gv.at

Upper Austria

LPD Upper Austria

Nietzsche Strae 33, 4021 Linz

Phone: +43 59 133 40 0 Fax: +43 59 133 40 6229 E-mail: lpd-o-verkehrsamt@polizei.gv.at

Salzburg

LPD Salzburg

Alpen Strasse 90, 5020 Salzburg

Phone: +43 59 133 50 0 Fax: +43 59 133 50 6219 E-mail: lpd-s-verkehrsamt@polizei.gv.at

Steiermark

LPD Styria

Park Ring 4 8010 Graz

Phone: +43 59 133 60 0 Fax: +43 59 133 60 6219 E-mail: lpd-st-verkehrsamt@polizei.gv.at

Tyrol

LPD Tyrol

Kaiserjgerstrae 8 6020 Innsbruck

Phone: +43 59 133 70 0 Fax: +43 59 133 70 6219 E-mail: lpd-t-Verkehrsamt@polizei.gv.at

Vorarlberg

BH Bludenz

Castle Gayenhofplatz 2, 6700 Bludenz

Phone: +43 5552 6136 0 Fax: +43 5552 6136 51095 E-mail: bhbludenz@vorarlberg.at

Vienna

LPD Vienna Office

Holaubek-Josef-Platz 1, 1090 Vienna, Austria

Timings of opening:

Mon: 8:00-12:30

Tuesdays: 8:30 to 12:30

Wed: 8:30 to 12:30

Saturday: 8:00 to 12:30 from 13:30 until 17:00

Fri: 8:00 – 12:00

Phone: +43 1 31345 0

Fax: +43 1 31345 87029

E-mail: lpd-w-sva-ref-verkehrsamt@polizei.gv.at

What Are All The Eligibility

Class C (C1)

  • Possession of Category B license
  • C1: Minimum age, 18 years old. C1 Minimum age: 18 years old
  • For C :
    • Minimum age of 21 years or
    • applicants who are at least 18 years old and possess the driver certification
    • candidates who are 18 year old, who have completed their education and teaching as “professional drivers” as per the Order that was issued by the Federal Minister of Economics and Labour, Federal Law Gazette II No. 1907/2007 , (professional driver/professional instructor of driver)
    • applicants over 18 and seeking an authorization to use the following functions: (1) employed by the army and civil defense forces as well as by the fire service as well as those that are responsible for maintaining the public order forces , or under their supervision (2) trials on the road to be conducted using the same technology for development, maintenance and repair as well as newly constructed or rebuilt vehicles that are not yet operational.

The applicants are able to apply for licenses in categories C and B simultaneously. The applicant will be permitted to take the driving test in category C if he/she has completed both the theory and testing for the practical part of Category B.

Class D (D1)

  • Possession of Category B license
  • To be eligible for D1 Age: Minimum of 21 years old
  • For D :
    • Minimum age of 24 years old , or
    • applicants who are aged 21 and have a driver’s qualification verification
    • applicants aged 18 and seeking an authorization to be used for the following reasons: (1) licensed by the army as well as civil defense as well as the fire service those that are responsible for maintaining the public law enforcement forces or under their control; (2) trials on the roads to be constructed using the same technology for development, maintenance and repair as well as new or rebuilt vehicles that aren’t yet used.
  • 16-hour first aid course in first aid.

The applicants who fall under Category D (only) require an Traffic Psychological Screening (in addition to the medical examination) This will be verify the applicant’s:

  • Concentration and observation
  • Coordination and strength
  • Motivation to get the driving licence

Authorized traffic psychological investigations institutions: http://www.verkehrspsychologie.at/verkehrspsychologische_untersuchung.htm

Class F

  • Minimum age of 18 years old
  • 16-year-olds are able to apply for admission, but with the following conditions:
    • Only vehicles for agriculture
    • Evidence of the physical and mental maturity
    • The stipulation of conditions that are necessary or limitations on driving licenses

Fees

  • A new app: 60.50
  • Extended classes of the C/C1/D: 11.00

Note: The charges can be paid anytime during office hours, in money directly with the Authority. If you are using the variation on the credit card payment slip, the, the to the payment slip must be utilized or at the very least be provided with the number for the application (otherwise it could cause problems of money to the authorities).

Validity

Class C (C1)

  • Holders who are older than 60 Class C (C1) Five years
  • Holders who are older than 60 yearsold: Class C (C1) 2 years

Note: For every extension, a medical report is needed.

Class D (D1)

  • Five years
  • Holders who are older than 60 yearsold: Two years

Note: For each extension, a medical report is needed.

Class F

  • Driving privileges for the category F are only valid for Austria and in those countries with this license that is recognized as a valid driver ( such as Germany, Italy, Slovenia).

Examples of Documents

To see an image of an image of a Credit Card Driving License

http://www.fs-info.at/content/kartenelemente-vorderseite

The document is needed

A driver’s license is a legally valid certificate issued by the government. It certifies a person’s capability to operate a motorized automobile like a motorcycle or car, truck or bus, on public roads.

Information that can be useful

Alchohol Limits

  • In the case of commissioning and steering automobiles that are of class C with a maximum permissible mass exceeds 7,500 kilograms, a limit on alcohol in the amount of 0.1 percent per 1000 (per mill instead that of 0.5) is set.
  • In the case of commissioning and steering vehicles of the category D there is a limit on alcohol that is 0.1 percent per mile (per mill instead from 0.5) is set.
  • In order to commission and control vehicles in class F for persons who are under 20 years old, an alcohol limit that is 0.1 percent per 1000 (instead being 0.5 parts per thousand)is set.

External Links

  • Driver’s Licence Law
http://www.ris.bka.gv.at/GeltendeFassung.wxe?Abfrage=Bundesnormen&Gesetzesnummer=10012723

How To Apply Driver License for Class C D and F In Austria
How To Apply Driver License for Class C D and F In Austria

  • Austrian Government Portal
https://www.help.gv.at/Portal.Node/hlpd/public/content/4/Seite.040740.html

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