Moped Licence In Norway By Online
- To apply for an Moped Licence, you must first pass the mandatory driver’s training course (if the kind of AM license you’re trying to apply for has a requirement).
- Complete the application form. A link is given under the “Documents to Use’ that you can click to download the application form. The form you will see all the documents you need to submit with your application.
- You can pay for the test in theory. The theory test is conducted at any of the NPRA’s office for driver and vehicle licensing.
Required Documents For Moped Licence
- Application form completed
Note An option is given under the ‘Documents to Use’ section which you can download the application form. In the application, you’ll access all the required documents to be submitted with the application.
Office Locations and Contacts
The Directorate of Public Roads (Vegdirektoratet)
Directorate of Public Roads (head office):Statens Vegvesen Directorate of Vegdirektoratet
P.O. Box 8142, Dep
Directorate of Public Roads (office address):
Telefax: + 47 22 07 37 68
Conditions for traffic 175
NPRA Eastern Region Eastern Region
- P. O. Box 1010
- NO-2605 Lillehammer
- Phone 02030 (from outside the country (+47 915 02030 from abroad)
- Telefax: +47 61 25 75 80
- E-mail: email@example.com
NPRA Southern Region Southern Region
- PO Box 723
- No-4808 Arendal
- Tel 02030 (from outside the country (+47 915 02030 from abroad)
- Telefax: +47 37 01 98 01
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
NPRA — Western Region
- Askedalen 4
- No-6863 Leikanger
- Phone 02030 (from overseas 07915 02030 (from abroad)
- Telefax: +47 57 65 59 86
- E-mail: email@example.com
NPRA Central Region Central Region
- No. 6404 Molde
- Phone 02030 (from outside the country 07915 02030 (from abroad)
- Telefax: +47 71 27 41 01
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
NPRA Northern Region Northern Region
- PO Box 1403
- NO-8002 Bordeaux
- Phone 02030 (from overseas (+47 915 02030 from abroad)
- Telefax: +47 75 55 29 51
- E-mail: email@example.com
Category AM This applies to all kinds of motorcycles (maximum speed of 45 kilometers/h), i.e. two-wheeled, three-wheeled and even four-wheeled mopeds. Examine the registration certificate for the vehicle to determine if the car is classified as moped. The category AM is restricted to 3 subcategories (AM 145 AM 146, AM 146 as well as AM147)
The minimum age to drive an all-wheeled moped, with an unladen mass not exceeding 150 kilograms (minus the mass of batteries, when they are electrically powered) is 16 years old. If the moped’s unladen weight exceeds 150kg (minus the mass of batteries, if powered by electricity) the driver must be at least 18. The same restrictions on age apply when you obtain an AM 147 class AM 147 driving licence after having first obtained the category T driving licence.
A moped is an all-wheeled moped that has an engine, a body and pedals, as well as controls that are similar to the controls found in a car. Due to these features, the unladen vehicle’s weight always exceeds 150 kilograms, which means that the driver must be at least 18 years old. The exception is for those who hold an AM 147 or AM driving licence of 147. A 16-year-old is able to operate a moped vehicle in the event that he or she has a licence to drive motorbikes that are light (category A1).
- Theoretical Test 580 NOK
- Driver’s licence issuing The cost of a driver’s licence is 267 NOK
- Photo: 70 NOK
Driving license categories A B1, A1 B1, B1 M, S and T typically have a lifetime validity, which is defined as all the way to 100. In certain circumstances, the validity could be restricted to a shorter duration (criminal history, health problems and no test for night driving). But, once you reach reaching the age of 70, validity of the driver’s license is contingent upon the presence of the correct medical certification when driving.
Medical certificates have an expiry time of up to five years dependent on the holders health.
Documents to Utilize
- Category AM145 (two-wheeled moped): Applies to the driving of a two-wheeled moped, by virtue of having reached the minimum age but not being able to complete the compulsory training.
- category AM 146 (two-wheeled moped): Applies to mopeds with two wheels. Candidates must pass a formal riding test following documentation that they’ve completed their compulsory moped riding. The criminal record of the applicant as well as their health are checked prior to a driving license being issued. The requirements for health are the same for automobiles for passengers.
The Category AM 146 is a replacement for the moped driver’s licence, which was given upon the successful completion of mandatory training, however, the driver is not required to pass a ride test. So long as the moped driving license is proof of the entitlement to drive and is valid, it’s not necessary in order to substitute it for an AM 146 category AM driving license to drive in Norway.
- category AM147 (three as well as four-wheeled): Applies to mopeds with three or four wheels and moped vehicles. Prior to the age of 18 the right to drive is restricted to three- or four-wheeled mopeds that have an unladen weight that is not greater than 150 kilograms (minus the total weight of batteries, if powered by electricity).
The Document is required
This document provides you with the information you need to apply for an Moped Licence (Category AM).
Other uses for the document/certificate
- Categories AM Category AM 145 (two-wheeled moped): In addition to mopeds with two wheels, holders of category AM driving licenses of 145 are also permitted to drive four-wheeled or three-wheeled mopeds, with a weight that is not greater than 150 kilograms (minus the battery weight, when they are they are electrically powered).
- Category AM (two-wheeled moped) (two-wheeled moped): Allows you to drive mopeds with two wheels. Additionally, you can use a three or four-wheeled moped, with an unladen weight that is not more than 150 kilograms (minus the weight of the batteries when they are they are electrically powered).
- category AM 147 (three as well as four-wheeled): Allows you to drive four or three-wheeled mopeds, which includes moped vehicles. When the driver is at an age limit of the right to drive is restricted to four-wheeled and three-wheeled mopeds that have an unladen weight that is not greater than 150 kilograms (minus the weight of the batteries in the case of they are electrically powered).
Norwegian Public Roads Administration