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AS Traffic School betragtes som den af ​​de internationale køreskoler, som fundamentet er baseret på udenlandske studerende – hvis du gerne vil udveksle / konvertere dit eget kørekort til dansk, så kan vi hjælpe dig – AS Traffic School er specialiseret i dette Mark!

Følgende manual er oprettet for at guide dig gennem de trin, der er nødvendige for at udveksle din nuværende licens til dansk kørekort.

Lov og regler:

Fra 1. maj 2006 skal de chauffører, der ikke har en EU-medlemsstat udstedt kørekort, ansøge om at ændre deres licens til dansk ækvivalent.

Fra den dato, hvor du modtager dit danske CPR-nummer (borgerregistrering), har du kun tilladelse til at køre et køretøj i en periode på 14 dage. Når denne frist er overskredet, har du ikke tilladelse til at køre, og du risikerer at få bøde.

  • Første bøde 5.000 kr.
  • Anden bøde 10.000 kr.
  • Tredje bøde: bøde + fængsel

Hvis du ikke er dansk eller nordisk statsborger, skal du medbringe en gyldig opholdstilladelse (eller opholdsbevis, hvis du er EU-borger).

Borgerservice kan samtidig kræve en oversættelse af dit kørekort. Oversættelsen skal være udstedt af en translatør eller en oversætter, som er godkendt af Rigspolitiet.

Har du ikke et gyldigt pas, skal du medbringe din originale dåbs-, navne- eller fødselsattest samt billedlegitimation.

Procedure:

1. Medical examination

To start the process of changing your driving license you need to contact your own doctor to make appointment for medical examination. The doctor will check your vision abilities, hearing, feasibility and overall health. Once examined, the doctor will issue a Health Certificate (Lægeattest) that you will use in when exchanging your license.

Medical examination fee cost app. 200 – 400 kr. and the price varies in accordance to Municipality (Kommune) you live in.

It also important to remember to bring the separate passport photo at meeting mentioned above. Please note that there are strict rules regarding the photo.

The photo must be taken straight from the front and suitable for scanning.

  • Format: 35 mm x 45 mm
  • Head between 30-36 mm from chin to head top
  • For detailed information and photo description, please visit:

Note: In the case you wear glasses, the frame must not in any way cover your eyes. A shiny forehead or shin cheeks are not allowed. In the case you wear a veil then eyes, nose and mouth must not be covered.

2. Apply for the Danish driving license

After the medical examination has been completed, you are advised to visit Borgerservice (Citizen Service) at your local municipality and you will have to fulfil the application form (ansøgning om kørekort).

To support your application you need to bring the following documents:

  • Publically issued identification with a personal identification number (Proof of your CPR number)
  • Passport with work/residence permit unless you may legally reside in Denmark without permission
  • Your current driving license (If your current driving licence is not translated into English, French or German or if it is not issued in Latin letters then you must bring the certified translation into English)1
  • The Health Certificate
  • Passport photo
  • Cash for exchange fee app. 260 kr.

Note: The translation must be produced by a state authorised translator or by a translator approved by the National Commission of the Danish Police.

You will be asked to complete the form at Borgerservice office. After completion, the form together with above documentation needs to be lodged to one of the case handlers.

Note: If your current driving licence is issued in: Australian Capital Territory, Japan, Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) Russia, Ukraine, Brasil, Switzerland or South Korea, then the procedure for you stops here. These countries are exempted from the law of May 2006 and the law is in force since 01.07.2009.

Detailed information at https://www.retsinformation.dk/Forms/R0710.aspx?id=124543

The exemption only applies to the mentioned 6 countries while all the other non-EU licence holders (including Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) need to follow the below procedure.