How do I get a driver’s license in Spain?
Steps to Get a Spanish Driver’s License
- Pass a Medical Exam. …
- Pass the Written Exam. …
- Register with a driving school and complete at least five behind-the-wheel training sessions. …
- Pass the Practical Exam.
How much does it cost to get a driving license in Spain?
All aspiring drivers are required to take a physical exam to verify that they can drive. The average price is about 35 euros, but depending on the locality it costs between 12 and 60 euros.
Do I need a Spanish driving Licence if I live in Spain?
If you are and U.S citizen and want to move abroad you need to apply for a Spanish driver’s licence and pass the Spanish driving test as there is not an agreement between the US and Spain. If you don’t live in an EU or EEA-country you need to apply for a Spanish driver’s licence or retake the test in Spain.
What documents do I need for driving in Spain?
Driving in Spain checklist:
- Full and valid driver’s licence.
- Proof of Insurance.
- Passport/national ID.
- Motor insurance green card.
- Reflective jackets.
- Warning triangles.
- Spare pair of spectacles (for those who use glasses while driving)
Can I take a Spanish driving test in English?
Taking Your Spanish Driving Test in English
If you inform your driving school and the DGT in advance, it is possible to take your driving theory test in English.
Can I use my UK driving license in Spain?
Yes, you can drive in Spain using your full UK driving licence.
Can I use my British driving licence in Spain?
To drive in Spain as a resident after the end of the transition period (December 31, 2020), it is necessary to exchange your UK driving licence for a Spanish one. A UK-issued driving licence will be valid for only 6 months after the arrival to Spain (or 10 months from January 1, 2021).
Will my UK driving licence be valid in Spain after Brexit?
“We are pleased that the Spanish Government yesterday announced that UK licences will continue to be recognised until October 31st 2021 for those of you who were resident in Spain before December 31st 2020 – even if you did not get your residency document until after the end of the Transition Period.