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Driving a tractor

Who dreamt of driving tractors as a child? In agricultural or forestry, this dream is part of everyday life and young people are eligible to obtain the corresponding licence.

Class L

Entry into the world of agricultural towing machines. Class L allows you to tow up to two trailers without requiring the prescribed driver training. Pay attention to your speed: your tractor drives at maximum 40 km/h and not faster than 25 km/h when towing a trailer. By the way, with a class B or BE passenger car driver's licence, you automatically have the class L driver's licence.

Minimum age:

16

Prerequisites:

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Limitation:

Class L is valid indefinitely

Includes:

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Notes:

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Class T

You can obtain the "large-scale tractor licence" almost exclusively at driving schools, which also provide training for the lorry sector. The speed increases and so do the requirements.

Minimum age:

16 - Up to a maximum speed of 40 km/h, depending on the type

18 - Up to a maximum speed of 60 km/h, depending on the type

Prerequisites:

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Limitation:

Class T is valid indefinitely

Includes:

Classe S, M, and L

Notes:

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