Theory classes are mandatory for beginners. Theory classes are held once a week on a pacific day.
Duration of the class varies between 3 to 4×45 min depending on the lesson.
Theoretical studies is with instructor present in the classroom, where ground knowledge in traffic situation and scenarios are explained and different laws and regulations are learned.
Group discussion and sample tests makes the learning process more interesting.
Finally we prepare for the final exam by taking a bunch of practice theory tests.
Practical lessons are mandetory and can be done in both car with manual or automatic gear transmission.
The course starts with practical training on Closed Area (Maneuvering Path) which is closed space where students become familiar with different practical skills that will later be used in practical lessons on the road: Setting off from the carb, stopping, forward and revers driving, turning, parking etc. All the exercises are done with low speed.
Lessons on the road take part on the different kinds of roads and meeting points can be arranged with instructor.
Students also practice within the area where the driving test may takes place –so that they become familiar with the area of testing.
The best place to take practical test is the area that you have been practicing at.
Practical exam is divided into two parts:
a) Technical part where technical conditions are checked.
b) Practical driving where examiner examens student’s behaviour in traffic.
The purpose with driving exam is for the examiner to judge whether the student have acquired knowledge and skills, as well as behavior that is the required and which is condition for obtaining a driving license.
Practical exam must be completed at latest 18 months after the theory exam is passed
Once the practical exam is passed temporary license is issued.
This license is given while the Citizen service is producing a real license in the form of a card.
Temporary license can be used in Denmark as well as other Nordic countries (Sweden, Norway, Iceland and Faroe Islands).